Bipolar UK - Wales
Telephone: 0333 323 3880
Bipolar UK is the national charity dedicated to supporting individuals affected by bipolar.
The services provided by Bipolar UK include:
- Link Mentoring Service: Link Mentoring Service: a peer mentoring service where individuals with bipolar (or their family/carers) can be linked up with a Volunteer Mentor who has first-hand experience of living with bipolar. This gives the individual an opportunity to meet with a Mentor to discuss any issues or concerns they may have in respect of bipolar. Individuals can either be referred by an organisation/agency working with them or alternatively they can self-refer. Call us on 0333 323 4458
- Volunteering opportunities for individuals with a diagnosis of bipolar, who are living well with the condition, or their family/carers, to be trained to become a Volunteer Mentor
- Support Groups run throughout Wales and meet on a monthly basis. Details of these can be obtained by calling 0333 323 3885 http://www.bipolaruk.org/Pages/Category/support-groups
- eCommunity: The eCommunity online discussion forum is a vibrant, supportive source of support for all individuals affected by bipolar. The e-community is hosted and moderated by Bipolar UK, offering a safe and secure environment to talk in. Register free through our website at: http://www.bipolaruk.org/ecommunity
- Employment Support: Our Employment Support service is offered by Bipolar UK to support individuals affected by bipolar and who are experiencing issues in the workplace. Open to both employers and employees, our Employment Support offers practical support, training and resources.
- Youth Service: The Youth Service supports 16-25 year olds who are affected by bipolar. Information, support and advice are available via telephone and email. Youth Support Groups offer a safe place for young people to share experiences, learn more about bipolar and discover how to manage the condition. We are available for telephone and email advice to anyone under 16 and their families. Call us on 0333 323 4459, visit http://www.bipolaruk.org/Pages/Category/youth