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Bipolar UK Youth Support Group – Cardiff

April 26, 2016 @ 6:15 pm - 7:30 pm

Event posted by Bipolar UK Youth Service

The group is open to anyone who is 18-25 and affected by bipolar. This includes those who may or may not have a diagnosis, carers and those who have family members or friends with bipolar.

Bipolar UK Youth Support Groups provide an opportunity to meet other young people who are going through similar situations. The groups are a safe space for discussions and are a place to share experiences as well as learn more about bipolar and how to manage the condition. All group meetings are free and you do not need to book or be referred. They provide:

  • A regular support network
  • A friendly, confidential and accepting environment
  • Peer support through group discussion
  • Useful information
  • Guidance on managing mood swings

Cardiff’s group moves to a new location, NCMH, Cardiff Uni, Hadyn Ellis Building, Maindy Road, Cardiff CF24 4HQ (map) on Tuesday 26th April 2016 and will run every fourth Tuesday of the month from then on.  

You don’t need to tell anyone you’re coming along and you don’t have to talk about anything you don’t want to. Occasional guest speakers are invited to talk to the group about relevant issues.

This support group compliments our telephone support, advice and mentoring services that can be accessed Monday to Friday 9am-5pm on 01633 244244

The group is part of Bipolar UK, the national charity dedicated to supporting people affected by Bipolar. You can find more information and support at  

For further information and comments, please contact


April 26, 2016
6:15 pm - 7:30 pm
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Bipolar UK Youth Service


NCMH, Cardiff Uni, Hadyn Ellis Building
Maindy Road
Cardiff, Wales CF24 4HQ United Kingdom
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