Over the last 25 years we have supported 8200 people with bipolar and 1800 carers. We never turn people away and our support in the community is free.
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There is at present no cure for bipolar disorder but numerous opportunities to stabilise this most challenging of all mental health conditions.
Self Help Tips
We can help you to find a way to understand and manage this condition so that the disabling effect of this diagnosis is minimised.
How We Help in Somerset
We work with Somerset County Council, N.H.S Primary Care Trust, Regional Health Authority and Somerset Partnership N.H.S Foundation Trust.
Understand the Symptoms
We help you to understand what can set off an episode of illness and what are the early signs of relapse.
Steps to Recovery
We help you through discussion get a clear understanding of triggers and warning signs, and how to minimise the risk of relapse.
Local Support Workshops
Please contact us to talk about forthcoming workshops and free courses or consultations that can help you get started on your recovery.
Meeting the Bipolar Challenge
Bipolar Disorder can affect your inner compass, so you cannot carry on normal relationships or have ordinary productive days. How do we keep symptoms in check? There is no cure but there is a clear path for living a healthy and productive life
We are here to help you
The Somerset Bipolar Organisation are here to help support sufferers of bipolar and their friends and families. We offer free advice, workshops & courses.
We are here to help however please be aware we do not operate a walk-in facility and we support you via an Appointment-only basis. So in the first instance please contact us via email or website form, or give us a call and we can speak to you. Thank you.