Depression Alliance

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Depression Alliance brings people together to end the loneliness and isolation of depression. They also campaign to end the stigma of depression and to raise awareness of what it means to live with it.

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Organisation Details

Address Depression Alliance
9 Woburn Walk
London
WC1H 0JE
Website www.depressionalliance.org/
Categories
  • In need of support or feeling suicidal?
Regions
  • National
Services
  • Groups
  • Online Support
  • Self-help
  • Peer Support
  • Advice
Issues
  • Emotional health & well-being
  • Mental Health

Friends in Need

Friends in Need is a supportive community for people living with depression. It is a place where you can connect with others online, through this website, and in your local area.

It only takes a minute to register through the secure and confidential site and then you will have full access to the Friends in Need community. Visit https://friendsinneed.co.uk/ to find out more.

Self-help groups

The Depression Alliance support a national network of self help groups across England. The groups are open to anyone affected by depression and they provide a safe and welcoming space for sharing friendship, support and ideas in living with depression. Most groups are facilitated by volunteers with personal experience of depression.

Find your nearest self-help group: http://www.depressionalliance.org/how-we-can-help/self-help-groups

Well-being Networks

The Depression Alliance wellbeing networks are about fun and uplifting social activities to end the loneliness and isolation of depression. Whether you want to learn new skills, get back in to work, build your confidence or just meet new people, you’ll find friendly meet ups and groups led by members themselves to boost your mood and lift your spirits.

Well-being networks are funded by local Clinical Commissioning Groups and are based within local NHS IAPT (Improving Access to Psychological Therapies) services.

Find your nearest well-being network: http://www.depressionalliance.org/how-we-can-help/wellbeing-networks