Our Support Groups are free to attend and are open to anyone affected by bipolar, including family, friends and carers. Find out more about what happens at a Support Group.

We are sorry to announce that due to the Coronavirus situation and government advice, the decision has been made to put our face-to-face support groups on hold. We are sorry for any disappointment this causes, and want to assure you that we did not take this decision lightly.

We will update the group pages as soon as we are able to resume face-to-face meetings. In the meantime, some locations are engaging in online zoom meetings. If you would like to know more or join a local or national meeting please email here.

You should be comfortable with zoom as a platform and happy with their privacy and security notice before agreement to join a Bipolar UK zoom session. Details can be found here here. zoom recommends upgrading to v5 to incorporate the latest security updates.

If you have any questions regarding the online/remote groups, please view the zoom FAQs.

Bipolar UK is here to support you during this time and therefore we encourage everyone to use our other services – eCommunity and Peer Support Line

https://www.bipolaruk.org/Blog/update-regarding-our-peer-support-group

Face to Face meeting details: currently on hold.

Meets: 4th Monday of every month (except August, when the group does not meet).

Location: Horizon Resource Centre, Coldhams Lane, Cambridge, CB1 3HY. 

Time: 7.45pm start (Car park unlocked from 7.30, refreshments from 7.30, self help discussion meeting 7.45 - 9pm).

Accessibility Info: Good accessibility to both venues for wheelchair users but support may be needed to open the door at the Horizon Centre. There is no on-street parking at the venue. Please don't arrive earlier than 7.30pm when the Horizon carpark is unlocked.

Additional events: In addition to support groups, the group hosts speakers at St Matthew's Parish Rooms, St Matthew's Street, Cambridge, CB1 2LT.