Other support organisations

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The UK benefits from a wide range of charities and supportive organisations that specialise in some of the issues you may face when living with pulmonary hypertension.

You’ll find a selection of these valuable sources of support below. If you think we have missed something important, or you would like to recommend an organisation that has helped you, please contact

Support for mental wellbeing

Mind offers information and support for people with all types of mental health challenges.

Anxiety UK is a charity for those with anxiety, stress or anxiety-based depression

My Black Dog is a peer-to-peer online chat service that supports people who are struggling with their mental health.

Samaritans provides support to anyone in emotional distress, particularly those at crisis point

Financial and employment support

Turn2us provides information and support about welfare benefits and charitable grants. You can also access their tools via the PHA UK website here.

Citizens Advice Bureau can help with a wide range of issues including financial and employment difficulties. 

ACAS gives free, impartial advice on workplace rights, rules and best practice. They can advise on your rights at work or disputes with employers.

Scope provide practical information and support around finances and employment, especially for disabled people.

Support for carers

You’ll find a list of supportive charities for carers here

Bereavement support

Cruse Bereavement Care and its counterpart Cruse Bereavement Care Scotland are the UK’s largest bereavement charities, providing free care and bereavement counselling to people suffering from grief.

At A Loss is a website that connects people to the right bereavement support for them. 

You can find information about StrongMen, an organisation for bereaved men, in this article.