Support Organisations with website links
WE have found the websites for you to make contact with them. If there are any that will make your life easier please let us know.
Each group has not individually endorsed us but we thought you should have quick access to each of them. We're all about keeping things simple.
Font size and colours
In your web browser you can change various settings to make website more accessible for you. You can specify the font type and size and the foreground and background colours that are used to display webpages. You can also specify the colour used for links in webpages. You can also zoom in on any webpage for better readability.
From the keyboard, you can increase or decrease the zoom value in 10% increments. To zoom in, press Ctrl+. To zoom out, press Ctrl-. To restore the zoom to 100%, press Ctrl0.
You can change the default colours for text, background, or links, and change the default font styles to make the content easier for you to distinguish and read. Several web browsers provide simple options for defining such colour and font schemes, including options to reuse the colour schemes of the operating system, in case you already defined custom settings. Some web browsers also provide high colour contrast schemes or allow you to override the presentation style of the website using custom "style sheets". While this is approach is quite powerful, it is not easy to set up and may require guidance or assistance by someone with technical skills.
Solent Mind for better mental health.
How we can help
Solent Mind runs many different services across Hampshire, Southampton and Portsmouth. We work in different locations and in a range of ways, whether supporting people within their local communities or within hospital settings. We work across different age groups, with diverse communities, with individuals and groups.
What is always the same throughout all of our work is delivering our mission and making a difference for people with mental health problem. http://www.solentmind.org.uk/
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We provide support and information to anybody affected by OCD, work to raise awareness of the disorder amongst the public and front-line healthcare workers, and strive to secure a better deal for people with OCD.
GVA is the local Council of Voluntary Service (CVS) for the Gosport area, with a membership made up of over 200 voluntary and community organisations operating for the benefit of local residents.
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Due to covid-19 all face to face clinics will now transfer to telephone/ Quitline support. All patients new and existing will be offered this support.
You can self-refer on this service by calling our Quitline on 01264 563039 or text Quit to 66777.
Health professionals, please continue to refer patients through the website.