group run by & for lesbians, gay men and bisexual people in merseyside
7 - 9pm every tuesday
1 stanley street,
liverpool l1 6aa
(staffed during drop-in
& 24 hour answerphone)
volunteers are always welcome!
excellent training provided.
the mental health & well-being of lesbian, gay & bisexual people.
offer a safe place where lesbians, gay men & bisexual people can
find out more about issues around their mental health & well-being.
to know what services are available to you?
need someone to talk to, or just somewhere to go?
information about your rights?
feel anxious, worried, fed up, lonely?
in to a safe place:
ageism, anxiety, bereavement, coming out, cross dressing, depression,
drugs, eating distress, family, frustration, isolation, homophobia,
low self-esteem, medication, prejudice, religion, relationships, self-harm,
sexual abuse, work...
some of the issues people talk about at
are a group of lesbians, gay men & bisexual people who recognise
the lack of services available.
group is committed to campaigning for improved relevant mental health
care & actively challenges homophobia in the mental health system.
has been providing
support & information about mental health since 1998.
armistead project, musker buildings,
1 stanley street, liverpool l1 6aa
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