Links and Resources

Mental Health Resources

  • Mind in Manchester website
  • Mindout, an active campaign to stop the stigma and discrimination surrounding mental health (Freepost LON15335, London SE1 1BR)
  • The Music Workshop Project, a voluntarily run award (1998 Lilly Schizophrenia Reintegration Award) winning group in Kidderminster, England which aims to help people with mental health problems by involving them in various music-based activities. They have their own CD, with clips on the website. Sounds good.
  • Find a solicitor
  • New Horizons, a Community Self-Help Network located in the Scottish Borders for those with mental health problems
  • PsychHelp, a place to discuss and debate Psychological Issues, as well as receive Mental health support (5.03)
  •, a new website aimed towards young men experiencing mental health problems. The site includes contact details of useful organisations (including UKPPG), web links, personal stories and information about mental health and related issues (11.03)
  • The Richmond Fellowship, a national charity and housing association, helping over 1500 people a year through a network of over 70 projects, rehabilitation and employment
  • The Samaritans, with their famous all-year-round UK helpline and crisis centres
  • London News
  • SANE, which started as Schizophrenia, A National Emergency, but through it's helpline (0845 767 8000, 12noon-2am every day) now covers all mental health, including carers, research etc.
  • 'Start in Manchester' – a highly regarded project using art practice as a tool to aid recovery from and/or management of mental ill-health. It’s part of Manchester Mental Health and Social Care Trust, and works closely with the Education Services and Arts sector in Greater Manchester. The site would be of interest to health professionals, educationalists, art practitioners, service users, and carers (3.05)
  • Suffolk Mental Health, a mega-website
of local and national information and links



English men and women of Indian decent are not immune to mental health issues, but often face culural barriers when seeking help and support

Clients come to us with a range of needs including:

  • Cultural isolation
  • Issues around sexuality
  • Issues around marriage
  • Domestic abuse
  • Alcoholism
  • Anxiety
  • Trauma
  • Grief
  • Depression