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Member organisations starting with M
An independent mental health service user charity working towards positive changes within mental health services. We equip, enable and empower service users to take an active role in the development of mental health services.
United Kingdom based charity that is having a good cause for the less privileged
MHF is a charity that provides an independent and authoritative voice for male health in England and Wales and tackles the issues and inequalities affecting the health and well-being of men and boys.
A web site is aimed at anyone providing support to someone experiencing mental illness.
MHNE is a consortium of Mental health voluntary and community sector organisations.
The Survivors History Group was founded in April 2005 to value and celebrate the contribution that mental health service users/survivors have made and are making to history.
Promotes self advocacy for adults with a learning disability and their carer's.
We're Mind, the mental health charity.We're here to make sure anyone with a mental health problem has somewhere to turn for advice and support.
Mind in Salford provides community based mental health advocacy to individual past or present mental health service users in Salford.
Mobilise is a self help organisation run for disabled people by disabled people, and concerns itself with the needs of disabled people primarily by encouraging greater independence through enhanced mobility.
Learning, support, advice and employment opportunities for disabled people.
We are a representative group of volunteers. An active team of Service Users and Carers dedicated to promoting the mental health of people with mental health problems, by working in partnership with Service Users, Carers and professionals.
Total number of member organisations: 425