We provide peer support services to empower people affected by bipolar to live well

Abergele: peer support group of the week

Our Abergele support group meets in person on the 1st Wednesday of each month

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Location: Gwrych Medical Centre,Cae Eithin, Abergele

Into the sea in my little boat

On average it takes someone 9.5 years to get a diagnosis of bipolar. Melanie details her journey after finally getting a diagnosis

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Author: Michael Morgan

The impact of prejudice on mental health

April Kelley, spoke on behalf of Bipolar UK at this roundtable discussion on the impact of prejudice on the mental health of the LGBTQ+ community and their allies

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Author: Michael Morgan

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Support is available through a range of services for anyone over 18 with bipolar, anyone who doesn't yet have a diagnosis, and their family, carers and friends

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35

average number of online Peer Support Groups we held every month in 2021

72%

the percentage of attendees who found our online conference helpful in 2021

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