Accessible Guide to Rights for People with Dementia

This accessible guide brings together facts about some of the key rights relating to dementia in the UK Read more

Brain in Hand

Phone app for people with autism or mental health problems giving them easy access to support via phone. Read more

Capable Creatures – Peer Support Dog Walk Meet Up

A ‘Peer Support Dog Walking Meet-Up’ for Dog Owners and Dog Lovers with Mental Health Conditions, from Southampton and surrounding areas, every 4th Tuesday of the month, at 11.45am, meeting outside The Hawthorns Urban Wildlife Centre, on the Southampton Common. Read more

Community Support for those 16-25 years old

Community Support for those 16-25 years old who need help with maintaining a tenancy, settling into a new tenancy or supporting you to stay at home. Service from collaboration between No Limits (South) Two Saints and the YMCA. Read more

Coping as a carer of someone with a mental health problem

Mind’s guide to supporting someone with mental health problems Read 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

Creative Options

Creative Options is a voluntary charity set up by Frances Heather, a retired NHS mental health Occupational Therapist. The project is managed by a committee of trustees and run by a part-time project leader and members with lived experience of mental health issues. They offer support, train-ing, mentoring and opportunities to people experiencing mental health issues. Read more

Early Intervention in Psychosis Services from Southern Health NHS

Early Intervention in Psychosis Services are a specialist service from Southern Health NHS for people aged 14-35 who help assess, treat and support young people in the early stages of a psychotic illness. Read more

Elefriends from Mind

Elefriends is a supportive online community where you can be yourself. We all know what it’s like to struggle sometimes, but now there’s a safe place to listen, share and be heard. Read 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

Free Asian food for mental health patients

Free Asian food for mental health patients from Singh Sabha Gurdwara Read more

Gardening on Prescription at Mayfield Nurseries

GP referral scheme for gardening at Mayfield Nurseries to reduce stress levels, enable people to overcome anxiety and loneliness and regain their confidence and self-esteem. Read more


A website patient information sharing resource Read more

Hearing Voices Network

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

Interactive Self Care Guide

A game designed to help you help yourself through your bad times. This site is not intended to provide medical advice or replace your regular healthcare routine Read more

Knit and Relax Group for mental health

Hosted by Creative Options and Bits and Bobs Read more

Managing carer stress

Tips from the Carer's Trust on how to recognise and reduce the signs and symptoms of stress Read more

Mental health problems and learning disability

People with learning disabilities are just as likely to have mental health problems as the rest of society, with a lot of research suggesting that they are in fact more likely to suffer from a mental health condition. 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 beneficial Read more

Mental wellbeing education for anyone caring for someone with mental ill-health

Are you caring for a loved one who is currently under Mental health services or has been in the last two years? Would you like to learn ways to support yourself and the one you care for? Read 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