Welcome to the Healthwatch Directory
Welcome to the Healthwatch directory, delivered in partnership with HIVE Portsmouth. You’ll find regularly updated information on health and social care services, voluntary and community sector activities in Portsmouth.
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58D High Street, CoshamPO6 3AG
National helpline for female survivors of sexual violence
Minicom: 0208 239 1124
Supporting survivors of Catholic institutional, clerical and religious childhood abuse.
Provides services to women, children and men who have experience or who are experiencing emotional, physical or sexual abuse in their relationships.
Mental health and wellbeing support for students
Student Wellbeing Service, The Nuffield Centre, St. Michael's RoadPO1 2ED
An access guide for the Nuffield Centre is available on DisabledGo.com
Support for people affected by eating disorders
National Office, Wensum House, NorwichNR1 1DW
Online discussion groups for mental health
Giving safety, support, advocacy and empowerment to survivors of domestic abuse, stalking and sexual violence
Campaign Against Living Miserably
SEWSS staff are experienced professionals committed to improving emotional wellbeing and ensuring better futures for children and families.
174 Kingston Road, BucklandPO2 7LP
For children (aged 5+) and adults
The charity's address is confidential, but PARCS have confirmed their venue is wheelchair accessible and has a hearing loop installed. Please contact PARCS for more detailed access information.
Wessex Cancer Trust
77-79 High Street, CoshamPO6 3AZ
Individualised one-to-one support for people affected by dementia, from the Alzheimer’s Society
John Pounds Centre, 23 Queen StreetPO1 3HN
Providing a range of service and support to the homeless.
Cable House, Stakes Road, Purbrook, WaterloovillePO7 5LU
National charity providing intensive support for problem gamblers
South East Treatment Centre, Mackenzie Road, Beckenham, KentBR3 4SF
296 London Road, North EndPO2 9JN
Wheelchair access. Adapted toilet.
Supporting people with a condition or injury that affects their appearance
The Squire Centre, 33 - 37 University Street, LondonWC1E 6JN
Now run by Galop – the LGBT anti-violence and abuse charity
Hospice and Living Well Centre
The Rowans Hospice, Purbrook Heath Road, PurbrookPO7 5RU
Local branch of the national bereavement charity
South Hampshire Office, 135 St Mary Street, SouthamptonSO14 1NX