Voluntary support group for people with ME/CFS and their families.
we provide advice & support for the deaf and hard of hearing for the benefit of the South Gloucestershire area.
Help, support & information on anorexia, bulimia & related eating disorders for people over 16 years of age. Contact Janice Greenfield.
Bristol Miscarriage Support meets at Alma Church, St Johns Road, Clifton on the 1st Tuesday of every month from 7-9pm and aims to provide a safe environment in which men and women experiencing the grief of losing a pregnancy can come together to share their experiences and provide each other with mutual support. To find out more contact:
Sarah (01454 616820) or Nic (01275 543803).
Advice, support & information for women suffering from postnatal depression.
We are a parent support group for families with children with Autism and Asperges Syndrome.
South Gloucestershire NCT (National Childbirth Trust)
Your local NCT branch offers support and information to all expectant and new parents. Antenatal and Early Days courses, breastfeeding support, friendly coffee mornings, social events, and Nearly New Sales. You do not need to be an NCT member to join in our activities.
To enquire about booking an Antenatal or Early Days course, email [email protected] or call 0844 243 6946. For all other enquiries email [email protected] or call 0844 243 6268. Also see our website for further information on our services and activities.
Your local NHS Stop Smoking Service is a free service for smokers who want to quit. It has been found that smokers are four times more likely to quit by using their local NHS Stop Smoking Services. Help is available throughout South Gloucestershire at various times and locations. For further information or to make an appointment please contact your local service on the number shown below.
Do you take care of a relative, neighbour or friend who because of illness, disability or frailty cannot manage on their own? If so you are one the thousands of unpaid carers in South Glos.
For confidential, practical and emotional support call CarersLine.
Support for children & families suffering from domestic abuse. we hold a weekly support group or you can just ring to talk.
We are an Asian organisation whose goal is to promote Asian culture & activities in the South Gloucestershire area.
The group provides help and support to sufferers of Fibromyalgia and their families, and promotes awareness in the local community. Members receive a regular newsletter about activities. We have a comprehensive lending library of books, journals and videos relating to Fibromyalgia. Group meetings are at Alveston Methodist Church, Greenhill, Alveston, 7-9pm, on the 4th Tuesday of every month. For more details, contact Elaine on
Advice, information & support for deaf families & their children.