Coping as a carer of someone with a mental health problem

Mind’s guide to supporting someone with mental health problemsRead more

Coping with Self-Harm: A Guide for Parents and Carers

This guide is aimed at helping parents, carers, other family members and friends cope when a young person is self-harming. It includes information on the nature and causes of self-harm, how to support a young person when facing this problem and what help is available.Read more

Eating disorders

Some useful website linksRead more

E-support for Families and Friends of Individuals affected by Psychosis

The EFFIP (E-support for Families and Friends of Individuals affected by Psychosis) project aims to develop and evaluate an online intervention providing peer support, information, and coping strategies to promote the wellbeing of families and friends of individuals affected by schizophrenia and psychosis.Read more

Healthtalk

A website patient information sharing resourceRead more

Hearing Voices Network

Website, online forum and local support group for anyone hearing voices.Read more

Mental health support for people with disability

With the physical barriers that we as disabled people face in the world, and emotional ups and downs life brings, counsellor Helen Rutherford talks about how online therapy can be greatly beneficialRead more

Mind over Mountains Peer Support group

Solent Mind are starting an exciting new Mind over Mountains Peer Support group at the Boulder Shack, Southampton on 3rd of May from 7pm to 9pm.Read more

Paintogether

Paintogether is a group for those living with mental health problems, chronic conditions or those who care for someone who does.Read more

PANDAS

PANDAS provide help to improve the lives of people affected by Pre (Ante) & Postnatal illnesses, for those living with Antenatal Depression, Postnatal Depression, OCD, Anxiety, Psychosis, their families and carers. The primary focus is that no parent, mum or dad, should feel alone whilst suffering from depression either in pregnancy or following birth.Read more

Psychosis and Schizophrenia

Caring for People with Psychosis and SchizophreniaRead more

Recovery College

Courses to increase your knowledge and skills about recovery and self management of your mental healthRead more

Research into online support for Families and Friends of Individuals affected by Psychosis

COPE are currently recruiting participants to test their new COPe-support resource for friends and family of people affected by psychosis.  End date: February 14, 2020Read more

Rethink STePS Carers Group

A peer support group run by carers of those with lived experience of mental illness. Every 4th Thursday at St James Methodist Church in Shirley SO15 5HERead more

Solent Mind Art and Wellbeing Group

The group meets every 2nd and 4th Monday of the month, from 1pm to 3pm at Mayfield Nurseries friendly garden centre on Weston Lane, Southampton, SO19 9HL.Read more

Solent Mind Breakfast and Brunch Clubs

Shirley Breakfast Club — Reflections Café, Shirley High Street SO15 3NL Brunch Club — Christina's Restaurant. 82 East Street SO14 3HQRead more

Solent Mind Peer Support Groups in Southampton

Peer Support means just that, support from your peers. Side by Side and Hand in Hand projects are mental health peer support groups around Southampton.Read more

Southampton Green Gym

Green Gym is an opportunity to get active and enjoy the outdoors with weekly health focused conservation activities at Nursling Plantation, Lordshill on Wednesdays 11am-2pm, and Jurds Lake, Woolston on Mondays 11am-2pm.Read more

Southampton Memory Advisory Service

The Southampton Memory Advisory Service is aimed at supporting those people who have memory loss or a diagnosis of dementia.Read more

Southern Health Resources for People with Psychosis

Leaflet describing local resources for those supporting someone with psychosisRead more