Find a Helpline
Our Find a Helpline directory lists approved members of Helplines Partnership providing support via various channels.
Find a Helpline
Alzheimer's Society - National Dementia Helpline
Provides information, advice and support through listening, guidance and appropriate signposting to anyone affected by dementia. Callers speak to trained advisers and calls no more than the national call rate. Callers who have speech difficulties and/or hearing difficulties and who have access to a textphone should dial 1800108453000336 and an Action on hearing loss Typetalk operator will join the line to relay the conversation.
AMINA - The Muslim Women's Resource Centre
Information, advice and listening support for Muslim women. Help with a range of concerns including family matters, marriage, domestic abuse, racial harassment, immigration, Shariah, education, employment, finance, housing, health, social isolation and leisure activities suitable for Muslim women. Part of the Muslim Women's Resource Centre which provides a drop-in centre, information, advice, advocacy, counselling, including bereavement. Referrals and signposting to specialist services when required.
Anxiety UK offer support, advice and information on all anxiety, stress and anxiety-based depression conditions and provides a wide range of services to support those affected by these conditions; from those living with stress or mild anxiety, to those with more severe, complex and longstanding issues. Their team of volunteers can help find the right resources to manage anxiety and the helpline services are built on Anxiety UK’s ethos that those who have at some time in their lives been affected by anxiety, stress and/or anxiety-based depression are well placed to be able to offer support to others similarly affected.
Confidential helpline and online support providing information and emotional support to anyone living with arthritis themselves or caring for someone living with the condition. The team's extensive knowledge is enhanced further as they are updated on new developments daily. Further support on the website includes booklets, local activities, information on conditions, complementary therapies, courses and much more.
Asbestos Support Central England
Provide support, information and advice to people suffering from asbestos-related diseases and their families in the West Midlands area. Home visiting service which provides support, benefits checks, disabled car badges and other forms of help. Asbestos Support Central England operates across the areas covered by Coventry, Birmingham and Wolverhampton City Councils and Walsall, Dudley, Sandwell and Solihull Borough Councils.
Ask Eve - Gynaecological Nurse Information Service
‘Ask Eve’ offers nurse led information and support on the five gynaecological cancers: womb, ovarian, cervical, vulval and vaginal. The service provides free, confidential, up-to-date clinical information on these cancers, the risk factors, signs and symptoms and screening. Anyone wanting information can access the specialist nurses via phone or email. The service also offers the latest information through the Facebook page and a forum with regular webchats from experts in the area of gynaecological cancers. The goal of the charity and the service is to ultimately reduce the number of women dying from gynaecological cancers in the UK.
Asthma Society of Ireland - Adviceline
The Adviceline provides information, support and education to people with asthma and their parents/carers. The free and confidential service provided by a specialised asthma nurse provides advice on a range of topics, including managing asthma symptoms, setting up an asthma action plan and accessing services and support for caring for someone with asthma. Browse website for useful information, publications and helpful videos.
Helpline offers advice, information, signposting and a listening ear for people who suffer from Ataxia. Provides information through the website, run annual conferences and supports a national network of Branches and Support Groups. Funds research and raises awareness of ataxia.
Bank Workers Charity
A free and confidential service which provides information, advice, support services and in some cases, financial assistance to help current, former, retiree bank workers and dependants across the UK. Bank Workers Charity is independent of the banks. The helpline team can provide support relating to a range of issues including disability and long term conditions, caring responsibilities, coping with physical and mental health conditions, debt and money management, relationships and work-life balance.