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Dementia UK are a national charity that provide advice, information and support for anyone living with dementia, and their families.
Student Access to Mental Health Support (SAMHS) is the first place for students at The University of Sheffield to go to access mental health support.
Space to Breathe provide wellbeing and self-care support for individuals, communities and organisations in Sheffield and South Yorkshire.
Element Society is a local charity that aims to empower young people through their projects, many of which are youth-led.
PTSD Resolution is a national charity providing veterans, reservists and families with mental health support.
The Endorphins Group is a national organisation that delivers programmes that aim to make a positive difference to mental and physical health.
MoneyHelper is an independent service providing free and impartial financial and pension advice. MoneyHelper brings together the support and services of three government-backed financial guidance providers: the Money Advice Service, the Pensions Advisory Service and Pension Wise.
Lai Yin Association are a local charity aiming to promote and improve the welfare, education, health and well-being of Chinese women and their families.
Community Youth Teams (CYTs) are a multi-disciplinary service run by Sheffield City Council. They provide a specialist service for vulnerable young people aged 10-18 years.
Mentalmate is a mental health support group that uses the power of boxing to help people talk about their mental illness.
Sheffield Dementia Involvement Group (SHINDIG) is a forum that aims to provide opportunities for people living with Dementia in Sheffield (and their family and carers) to share ideas, views and opinions on local services and developments.
Sheffield Eating Disorders Assessment and Treatment Team (SEDATT) is the NHS eating disorder service for children and young people up until age 16.
Good Work are an organisation providing employment support for adults with health conditions, including mental health conditions.
b:Friend is a befriending service for older adults experiencing social isolation and loneliness in South Yorkshire.
Community Support Workers are based in GP surgeries and can give you support and advice on almost anything non-medical, as long as you are not already receiving social care.
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