Bipolar UK

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Description

Bipolar UK is the national charity dedicated to supporting individuals affected by bipolar. We have a range of support options that are all free to access.

Link Mentoring Service: The Link Mentoring Service provides telephone mentoring sessions for individuals and their family members and carers who are affected by bipolar. Talking to a Volunteer Mentor with experience of living with bipolar can provide support, advice and practical information in relation to bipolar. Phone 0333 323 4458 or visit our website http://www.bipolaruk.org/mentoring

Support Groups: Our peer Support Groups run throughout England, Wales and Northern Ireland and meet on a monthly basis. You can get details of the groups from our office or on our website. Phone 0333 323 3885 or visit http://www.bipolaruk.org/support-groups

eCommunity: The eCommunity online discussion forum is a vibrant, supportive source of support for all individuals affected by bipolar. The eCommunity is hosted and moderated by Bipolar UK, offering a safe and secure environment to talk in. Register free through our website at https://www.bipolaruk.org/ecommunity

If  you are interested in accessing any of the above services, or would like more information, please contact us.

Special educational needs and disabilites information

All schools, childcare and SEND providers must make their policy and provision for children with Special Educational Needs (SEN) available on their website. This is usually published in the provider's SEN information report. This link takes you to where you can find this provider's SEN information report.

If you cannot find what you are looking for or you have questions about the provider's SEN provision, you should contact the provider directly.

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Further information

  • Are you eligible
  • Support for individuals affected by bipolar.

  • How to access
  • Support for friends, family and carers: All of our services are available to friends and carers of people affected by bipolar. For more information please phone us at Bipolar 0333 323 4458

  • When is it available
  • Contact hours - 9am to 5pm