The quickest and easiest way to get an answer is to use the website

  • for factual enquiries relating to bipolar disorder and Bipolar UK activities, write a short, direct query into the chatbot at the bottom right of the screen
  • look at our sitemap
  • join our 24/7 online eCommunity for information and benefit from the combined experience of over 11,000 people
  • visit our facebook page


Our eCommunity is a safe, anonymous, moderated online forum. Topics discussed range from diagnosis and medication to family and relationships

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For queries about our eCommunity, email us: [email protected]

Support Groups

Local and national support groups meet regularly online and in person

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For queries about our Support Groups, email us: [email protected]

Peer Support Line

Arrange a call-back from our Peer Support Line for information and advice, although the Peer Support Line is currently unable to help with any employment queries.

We aim to respond within three working days, although during holidays or busier periods it may take slightly longer. 

Book a call via email- speak to our friendly team at [email protected] 

Find out more about our Peer Support Line...

For queries about our Peer Support Line, email us: [email protected]

Work and learning

Our Work and Learning service provides online support related to employment and study.

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Get in touch today and find out how you can support us

Email us: [email protected]

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Unfortunately we are unable to review or share details of any books or publications submitted to us.

Please note: Bipolar UK calls are recorded for training and quality purposes.


We would love to hear from you if you have something to share about your experience with one of our services or activites. This allows us to continue what we're doing well and to improve our services when we're not doing things well, and will help us move closer to our vision of effectively supporting everyone in our bipolar community.

To share feedback please email [email protected]

If you have any concerns, here is more about our complaints policy

Last updated: 11 January 2023