Support groups and organisations

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FFLAG is a national organisation of parents of gay sons and lesbian daughters who seek to promote the well-being of gay, lesbian and bisexual people, their family and friends. Visit www.fflag.org.uk or call their helpline 0845 652 0311 for more details.

Their local group Manchester Parent’s Group meet monthly.  More info at www.manpg.co.uk

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0845 652 0311
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Support for people with HIV in the Northwest – advice, care and information. Gay Men’s Space – every week at 75 Ardwick Green North, Manchester.

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0161 274 4499
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Support, Advice, Drop-Ins, Community Resource Centre, Sexual Health Clinics, Face 2 Face Counselling & Well-being, Group Work Programs, Befriending and so much more for the LGBT Community of Greater Manchester and the North West.

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0345 3 30 30 30
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Support for LGBTs suffering from cancer. They have a Facebook page and ‘The LGBT Lounge’ on their website

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MindOut is a mental health service run by and for lesbians, gay, bisexual, trans, and queer people.

We work to improve the mental health and wellbeing of LGBTQ communities and to make mental health a community concern.

Last year we helped 1,342 people struggling with social isolation, suicidal distress, financial hardship, discrimination and prejudice, hate crime and exclusion.

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MORF is Manchester’s social and peer support group for trans masculine people who want to meet other trans masculine people.

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A support group that meets at the LGBT Foundation on the 1st Saturday of each month. Visit www.outwithprostatecancer.org.uk for more info.

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A support group for male survivors of sexual abuse and rape. For more info visit www.survivorsmanchester.org.uk

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Salford, Greater Manchester. Citizens Advice’s North West Regions self-organised lesbian, gay and bisexual group. It is independent and provides free, confidential, impartial advice to everybody regardless of race, gender, sexuality or disability. Contact office@thevillage.org.uk or visit thevillage.org.uk for more information.