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Services in Hull

We’ve included a range of services in Hull that hopefully covers everything from children’s wellbeing to suicide. Remember, if you feel you or another is in immediate danger, contact the emergency services straight away.

Frequently Asked Questions

If you need any other question answered please do not hesitate to contact us.

Are you still holding meetings amidst the Coronavirus pandemic?

We have taken every step possible to make our support group meetings as covid-safe as physically possible. Until we are told differently from the government we will continue to support the mental wellbeing of our members as safely and as best as we can.

Who Facilitates and manages the group?

The group is run by volunteers who have all had their own issues relating to OCD and mental health.

Do I have to attend every meeting?

Not at all! You are free to come and go to our meetings as you so wish, although we do recommend that you keep up regular attendance in order to benefit as best as possible from our support group.

I don't have OCD but I am related to/care about someone who does, can I still come?

Of course! We welcome anybody affected by OCD at our group meetings. You can come alone or with the person you care about who is affected by OCD.

Do you need a diagnosis to attend?

Nope! You are able to attend our group meetings whether you have received a diagnosis or not. You do not need to be on any treatment to attend our group either.

Do I have to talk about my OCD?

No. If you do not feel comfortable discussing that part of your life you do not have to. We do like to encourage people to participate but there is no pressure to do so if you not feel comfortable.

I don't have OCD, can I still come?

Although we are an OCD support group we cover a wide spectrum of mental health conditions. Whether you have OCD or a different mental health issue there will be a place for you in our group.

How old do you have to be to attend?

Anyone over the age of eighteen can attend our group meetings. Those who are aged sixteen to eighteen can still attend our support group but would need to be accompanied by a parent or guardian.