The Hope Guide – The Hope Guide is a useful resource detailing mental health support groups and activities in Bath and North East Somerset. New Hope and St Mungo’s produce this guide in collaboration with people with lived experience and staff from various projects.
Community Links offer practical, emotional support and social access to help individuals plan a way forward in order to improve their mental and physical wellbeing
We deliver progressive art projects for people with enduring mental health challenges. (External website)
The Homelink Rural Floating Support Service aims to support adults to maintain their tenancies and access other relevant services if necessary.
We help tenants maintain or improve their physical and mental health and provide a setting for independent living with minimum support.
We provide housing and support services for clients diagnosed with severe and enduring mental health needs. (External website)
This service helps people to deal with personal circumstances that may be causing mental distress and provides practical, emotional and social support to people in order to promote independence.
The Reach Floating Support Service provides a combination of practical and emotional support to help people live independently and develop useful life skills. (External website)
Together we will agree how often you will need support and will develop a recovery plan with you based on your needs, interests and aspirations. We offer both practical and emotional support. (External website)
Soundwell is a community-based music therapy service working in the field of adult mental health. (External website)
We offer a wide variety of supported living services for individuals with mental health problems, learning disabilities, challenging behaviour and alcohol abuse. (External website)
This service aims to provide information, advice and support to enable access to training, education and work opportunities.
We’re here to help you to look after your own health and wellbeing.
It provides a place of sanctuary for people experiencing mental health distress. During a short residential stay (Monday to Friday) guests receive support to stabilise themselves and prevent escalation into secondary care. (External website)