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Arts for Health Milton Keynes uses arts and creativity to improve health and well-being. You can find creative wellbeing resources that are available to download for free to support creative wellbeing needs from home
Support Groups are free to attend and are open to anyone affected by bipolar, including family, friends and carers. They are running an alternative new online digital service option via zoom
Community Action: MK will provides support and gives a voice to the Voluntary and Community Sector.
Search the database of courses for day, evening and weekend short courses and workshops, including arts, digital media, craft, business and computer skills, and languages.
Provide support for people in MK who are facing housing issues, arising from a range of individual circumstances and backgrounds.
Grant wishes to families who have a child or children with any life limiting or life threatening illness and are supported by a Children with Complex needs nursing team within Milton Keynes. They support children from birth until 25 years old.
Hearing Voices Network offer information, support and understanding to people who hear voices and those who support them.
Meet bi-monthly in MK to discuss local maternity services – how they are working for parents and how they should be developed.
MK Citizens Advice Bureau. This is a dedicated advice and information service is for vulnerable adults. The service provides help on a wide range of personal, practical, financial and legal issues
Milton Keynes Kids is an independent personal guide to the best free and cheap days out for kids in and around Milton Keynes
Mind BLMK works across communities to support positive mental health and wellbeing. They offer a number of activities from wellbeing centres and local venues to make a difference to the mental health and wellbeing of people in Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes.
A charity in Milton Keynes which works with families’ to help them move on from fear and abuse.
MK SENDIAS (Special Educational Needs and Disabilities – Information, Advice and Support
Supporting children and young people aged 0-25 with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) as well as their parents and carers.
Provide a range of talking therapies for people who feel anxious and worried or down and depressed
The team will help support you to make balanced and healthy choices around food and exercise, which will help reduce some risks for pregnant mums (e.g. gestational diabetes).
This service works alongside people who may be feeling isolated and need some help to manage their day to day living and access support
PACA is an independent forum for parent carers of children and young people with disabilities or additional needs who live in Milton Keynes.
Q:alliance is a registered charity that provides support, information and representation for the LGBTQ+ people who live, work and play in Milton Keynes.
Offer support to individuals, couples, families and young people. There are lots of different reasons why people contact relate for help e.g. communication difficulties, issues following separation or divorce, bereavement/loss, retirement, sexual problems, changes in the family e.g. the arrival of a new baby, a new partner, step children etc.
The service aims to provide support to lead an independent life in the community working towards mental health recovery. It provides a range of community based service including sessions in different locations, community based workshops and individual working
Offer listening and support to people and communities in times of need.
Provide professional therapeutic support, and a wide range of activity services for hard-to-reach disadvantaged children, young people, adults and families in Milton Keynes
Smile:)MK is a programme of courses delivered by Adult Education (part of Community Learning MK). It is aimed at supporting people with mild to moderate depression, anxiety and/or sleep difficulties by providing access to various learning activities.
Most courses are free, but some have a fee attached. Some courses are more practical, such as arts and crafts, while others focus in particular on improving personal relationships, confidence and recognising and overcoming stress triggers. Courses last for 3-10 weeks with sessions lasting between one and two hours.
The Advocacy People is an independent charity that provides free independent and confidential advocacy services.
The Mix is a local community support group in Milton Keynes. The Mix provides support to local people affected by mental ill health, including carers
Confidential HIV and sexual health services in Milton Keynes
West Bletchley Council offers a completely confidential, independent and free-of-charge counselling service to its residents.
Xtra Special Families was formed in May 2014 to provide fun activities designed to develop and improve life skills for disabled children, whilst providing support for their carers and families in Milton Keynes.