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The Calm Zone The Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) is leading a movement against male suicide, the single biggest killer of men under 45 in the UK.

Association of Postnatal Illness  https://apni.org/ 0207 386 0868 The organisation that helped me in 2011 with information and support to pass on to fathers and families. The organisation has a supportline and resources that is always updated.

NHS Choices The UK’s biggest health website. Learn more about what they do and the services on offer.

Rethink Mental Illness provides a range of services nationally, including advocacy, carer support, crisis services and more.

The Maternal Mental Health Alliance (MMHA)is a coalition of national professional and patient organisations committed to improving the mental health and wellbeing of women and their children in pregnancy and the first postnatal year.

The Marcé Society The principal aim of the Society is to promote, facilitate and communicate about research into all aspects of the mental health of women, their infants and partners around the time of childbirth. This involves a broad range of research activities ranging from basic science through to health services research.

Action on Postpartum Psychosis If you, your partner or family think that you have symptoms of postpartum psychosis you need to be seen urgently. If you have been told during pregnancy that you have a high risk of postpartum psychosis you may have a care plan. This should include emergency contact numbers for your mental health team or local crisis service.

British Dyslexia Association aims to encourage schools to work towards becoming dyslexia-friendly, reduce the number of dyslexic young people in the criminal justice system and enable dyslexic people to achieve their potential in the workplace.

The ADHD Foundation Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a condition characterised by inattentiveness, hyperactivity and impulsivity. Unsupported it can lead to major social and educational exclusion.


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