Activities With A Mental Health Disability

Alzheimers - Keeping Active Dementia

Thank you for contacting Alzheimer’s Society, following government guidance our local office is currently closed.

Our staff are working from home and messages sent to this mail box will be accessed on a daily basis from Monday to Friday and will respond as soon as possible.

If you require urgent support please contact the Dementia Connect Helpline Tel: 0333 150 3456

Advice and tips for keeping active and involved after a diagnosis of dementia.

23 Queen Street
London
United Kingdom
PO1 3HN
02392 892035

Alzheimers Society Saturday Club

Thank you for contacting Alzheimer’s Society, following government guidance our local office is currently closed.

Our staff are working from home and messages sent to this mail box will be accessed on a daily basis from Monday to Friday and will respond as soon as possible.

If you require urgent support please contact the Dementia Connect Helpline Tel: 0333 150 3456

Our Saturday Club is currently running in a virtual format via Zoom which is proving to be very successful. The club is for people living with dementia who are under the age of 65. Our staff are currently working remotely so If they are interested in hearing more about the club they should contact us via email at : portsmouth@alzheimers.org.uk or via our central helpline on 0333 150 3456

Social group for under 65’s diagnosed with dementia.

Cosham
Portsmouth
United Kingdom
PO6 2QZhttps://en-gb.facebook.com/alzheimerssocietyuk/
02392 892035

Bivol Trust

Music Group Two - Tuesdays 10 till 12pm at The Irish Club, Elm Grove, Southsea

Music Group One - Wednesdays 1 till 3pm at The Irish Club, Elm Grove, Southsea

Thursday Social Group - Thursdays, St Swithun's Church Hall - 6.30 to 8.30pm

The Bivol's Got Talent Music Group will remain on Zoom - every Tuesday. 6.30 to 8pm

Art Group Tuesday afternoons at The Irish Club, Elm Grove, Southsea

Our chair, Debbie Edwards, is dealing with all new referrals - if you want to refer a new member to our groups, please contact her on 07963 407991 or email on deborahedwards96@gmail.com

The Bivol Trust provides skills development opportunities, social outlets and work experience to young people with severe disabilities aged 12 years to 40 years.

07939 361532

Enable Ability InterActiv

Our offices in Copnor are staffed and you can call us for further advice on our services on 023 9267 1846 or email at enquiries@enableability.org.uk

We appreciate how recent months must have been very challenging for our service users and carers. All our team are keen to offer services as soon as government guidance allows and it is safe to do so for participants and staff alike.

Enable Ability: Inter Activ provides experienced-based personal employability programmes for participants with disabilities

Charles Street
Landport
Portsmouth
United Kingdom
PO1 1JD
02392 671846

Enable Ability Sports

Our offices in Copnor are staffed and you can call us for further advice on our services on 023 9267 1846 or email at enquiries@enableability.org.uk

We appreciate how recent months must have been very challenging for our service users and carers. All our team are keen to offer services as soon as government guidance allows and it is safe to do so for participants and staff alike.

The service runs a range of sport activities to young people aged 5 to 24 years of age.

311-313 Copnor Road
Hilsea
Portsmouth
United Kingdom
PO3 5EG
02392 671846

Enham Trust

Enham Trust is a disability charity based in Hampshire that supports disabled people to live, work and enjoy life to the full, as independently as possible.

Throughout our 100 year history we have provided vital care and support to over 250,000 disabled individuals with wide ranging physical and learning disabilities.

We also support 16-19yr olds who are not in education or work to gain the vital skills needed to get on track and further their careers and lives through our Skills2Achive centres in Portsmouth, Southampton, Eastleigh and Basingstoke.

01264 345 800

Family Autistic Spectrum Support(FASS)

Family Autistic Spectrum Support recognises that children on the autistic spectrum often find it difficult to join in mainstream activities. FASS gives them the opportunity to play with other children, with their families, in environments where they can feel comfortable.

2 Gudge Heath Lane
Fareham
United Kingdom
PO15 5AA
07771 774893

Fare Share Southern Central

Open as normal offering food parcels. Please contact for specific COVID-19 measures in place.

FareShare Southern Central provides good quality food to charities and community organisations in Hampshire.  They work closely with the food and drink industry to ensure that no good food goes to waste.

Brunel Road, Nutwood Way
Calmore Industrial Estate
Totton
United Kingdom
SO40 3WX
02382 358585

Horizon Angling Club for the Disabled

Open again but please read the link below for specific fishing details.

https://horizondac.co.uk/announcements/

Horizon Angling Club for the Disabled is a Registered Charity that is involved in many aspects of fishing for the disabled angler and able bodied angler alike, in addition the club is also involved in many aspects of Coarse fishing, Fly fishing and Sea angling.

Cosham
Portsmouth
United Kingdom
PO3 5JH
02392 454739

Kooth

Kooth is a free online counselling and emotional well-being support service providing young people aged 11-18 years (up to 19th birthday) in Portsmouth with a safe and secure means of accessing support with their emotional health and wellbeing needs from a professional team of qualified counsellors but if a young person is SEND or a care leaver, they can access Kooth up until age of 25.

• A free, confidential, anonymous and safe way to receive support online.
• Out of hours’ availability. Counsellors are available from 12noon to 10pm on weekdays and 6pm to 10 pm at weekends, every day of the year.
• Online counselling from a professional team of BACP qualified counsellors is available via 1-1 chat sessions or messaging on a drop in basis or via booked sessions.
• Discussion boards which are all pre-moderated allow young people to access peer to peer support.
• Online magazine full of moderated articles many of which are submitted by young people offering advice and guidance on a huge range of topics.
• No referral is required. Young people can register for kooth independently at www.kooth.com.

0203 984 9337