We provide a range of services to help people affected by bipolar to take control of their lives.

eCommunity

Our eCommunity is a supportive online forum for everyone affected by bipolar. It gives you a safe and secure environment to discuss the challenges you face, and to share your experiences with others. Find out more and join in....

Support Groups

Groups are free to attend and are open to all individuals affected by bipolar including those with a diagnosis, those pre-diagnosis, their family members, friends and carers. At the moment groups are meeting online and the best way to find out up to date details is to visit Find a support group near you ...

Peer Support Line

Our Support Line offers practical information, advice and support by phone and email, as well as through information on our website. Find out about the service and how to book a call in advance

Work and Learning Support

Our work and learning service supports individuals affected by bipolar and who are experiencing issues in the workplace, and also transitional periods within education or training. Open to individuals, employers and employees, this space offers practical support, training and resources. Find out more about the work and learning support service

Crisis Support

Sometimes we can need a little more support. Though Bipolar UK does not provide crisis support, if you feel that you are in crisis we have provided some information on who you can contact in addition to the free Peer Support provided by Bipolar UK. Find out how to get urgent help