We've launched a new helpline for anyone who is experiencing poor mental health or wellbeing challenges as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Enrol in the school of life: Learn about yourself and your recovery through courses and short sessions, now available online.
From rock climbing to photography or just simply a tea and a chat, we offer friendly and informal groups where everyone feels safe, accepted and understood.
Talking therapies and practical wellbeing support over the phone, online or in groups.
Support and advice for those living with dementia, their carers or family members in Portsmouth.
Horticultural therapies to help people with mental health issues or dementia bloom in Southampton.
Mental health support and education through classroom-based workshops, small groups and one to one sessions for young people in Fareham and Gosport.
Groups, workshops and 1:1 emotional support to help you live well in Fareham and Gosport.
A mental health educational project for children and young people in local schools, colleges and universities in Southampton and the New Forest.
An informal, non-judgemental, out-of-hours mental health drop-in for those in need of extra support in times of difficulty in Southampton.
Guidance and practical support to help you identify the services, groups and activities that will help improve your health, wellbeing and confidence in Southampton.
Supporting vulnerable adults to have their voices heard and make important care decisions in Portsmouth.
Move forward with groups, workshops and 1:1 emotional support to improve your wellbeing in the heart of Winchester.
Grow your confidence and bounce back with groups, workshops and 1:1 emotional support in Eastleigh.
Safe spaces to be yourself and get back on track through groups, workshops, activities and 1:1 emotional support.
Goal-focussed, personalised support for those starting their recovery journey in Portsmouth.
Find new opportunities and thrive in the workplace with personalised employment guidance.
Working with young people to ensure a mental health issue doesn't hold them back.
Emotional support for whatever you are facing, be it housing, money, relationships, work, living away at uni or life after the armed forces.