Men Get Eating Disorders Too
Men Get Eating Disorders Too is a charitable organisation that seeks to raise awareness of eating disorders in men and to support sufferers, carers and their families.
Out and Proud in East Lancashire
A volunteer led Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender peer support group based in Lancashire.
Medway Gender & Sexual Diversity Centre
MGSD in partnership with local community based . organisations provide access to Counselling Services, Individual or Group Peer Support,. Health & Wellbeing Services for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender & Intersex . People or People Questioning their Gender or Sexuality.
Yorkshire MESMAC is one of the oldest and largest sexual health organisations in the country. We offer services to various communities including men who have sex with men, BME people, people misusing drugs, sex workers and LGB&T young people and adults. .
York Queer Women & Gender Group
An independent community peer support and social group offering a safe space to discuss issues around mental health, sexuality, and to meet other queer people. Trans inclusive.
Flipside is a youth club for young people aged 11-18 (up to 25 for people with SEN). We hope to build an inclusive and positive young LGBTQ+ community where people are free to explore and be themselves. . We provide support and advice about coming out, sexual health and mental health.
Off the Record Bath and North East Somerset (OTR) improves the emotional health and wellbeing of young people. We want every young person in Bath and North East Somerset and beyond to be emotionally healthy, confident and empowered in themselves. .
A group of people with learning disabilities who are lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender. We started meeting up in 2011, and have members from across London. We are a friendship group and a support group who talk about issues raised at the group, and find out about other organisations.
The Rainbow Project
The Rainbow Project is a health organisation that works to improve the physical, mental & emotional health and well-being of lesbian, gay, bisexual and/or transgender people in Northern Ireland.
Journeys sole purpose is to help people find their route to recovery from depression, although we also work with clients with anxiety. We take a holistic approach to overcoming depression through guided self-help, building the foundations for sustainable long-term wellbeing.