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Happy Gut Self Help Support Group

Type: Self Help Group

Who is this service for?
Membership is open to people who have personal first hand experience of having a weak gut health. Members support the aims of the group and live in and around the Nottinghamshire area.

Contact information
Tsend Badam: 07429 399095 Monday to Friday 9am - 4pm
Kevin Price: 07974 723692 Monday to Friday 5pm - 9pm

Heads2gether (Head and Neck Cancer Support Group), Nottingham

Type: Self Help Group

Who is this service for?
For people affected by head and neck cancer, in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire.

Contact information
0800 023 4550, UK Support Line, daytime and evenings

Website & e-mail
Website
contact@heads2gether.net

Hearing Link

Type: Useful Contact / Organisation

Who is this service for?
For people with hearing loss & their families in the UK.

Contact information
0300 111 1113, Helpdesk
TEXT 07526 123 255

Website & e-mail
Website
enquiries@hearinglink.org

Heart 2 Heart

Type: Self Help Group

Who is this service for?
Anyone who has a cardiac condition, their carers and partners.

Contact information
07895 588102

Website & e-mail
Website
UK Website
heart2hearttoton@gmail.com

Heya

Type: Self Help Group

Who is this service for?
This group is for all Arab Women who have recently moved to the UK and lack personal and social networks, resulting in social isolation.


Website & e-mail
Website
heyanottingham@gmail.com

HHELP - Helping Hucknallites Enjoy Living Peacefully, Hucknall

Type: Self Help Group

Who is this service for?
For like-minded people with mental health problems and social isolation in Hucknall only.

Contact information
0795 443 6386, Kevin Cooke, daytime and evenings
0751 664 1855, Rob Partridge, daytime and evenings

Huntington’s Disease Association, Nottingham

Type: Self Help Group

Who is this service for?
For people in Nottinghamshire affected directly or indirectly by Huntington's disease.

Contact information
01773 769 606, Kirstine McDaniel, any day, 10.00am-9.00pm

Website & e-mail
UK Website

Hypermobility Syndromes Association, Nottingham

Type: Self Help Group

Who is this service for?
For people in Nottingham and the surrounding area who have a hypermobility syndrome, including Hypermobility Spectrum Disorder (HSD), Joint Hypermobility Syndrome, Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (all sub-types), Marfan Syndrome, Stickler Syndrome and Osteogenesis Imperfecta.

Contact information
07970214603 Wendy Turner

Website & e-mail
Website
UK Website
notts@hypermobility.org or wendy@hypermobility.org