Local Support Services

Non-urgent advice: Sheffield Pregnancy Counselling Support service

The Sheffield Pregnancy Counselling Support service is a free counselling service run by trained volunteers and is for women conflicted by an unplanned pregnancy who are struggling to make a decision,  and for those who are suffering from post abortion mental health problems.

Both IAPT and Jessops bereavement midwives have signposted to the service in recent months. Patients are invited to self- refer via the website.

Click HERE to be taken to www.spcsonline.org.uk




Sheffield Pregnancy Counselling Support

Non-urgent advice: SarcoidosisUK - Sheffield Support Group

SarcoidosisUK Sheffield, UK

The SarcoidosisUK Sheffield Support Group meets in-person. If you are interested in attending the next meeting, please get in contact with us on info@sarcoidosisuk.org


Further details can be found HERE


Did you know there is a local group in Sheffield for all people affected by diabetes?

Visit Sheffield Diabetes UK Group for more information and support.

Living with Diabetes and want to know more about healthy eating?

Ask to be referred to the LOOK AHEAD Healthy Eating and Diabetes Workshop

Virtual meeting to help with diabetes 


Diabetes UK - Local Groups - Sheffield (diabetesukgroup.org)

Living with a Lung Condition?

The Breathe Easy Sheffield Support Group can help you make new friends and provide support for those people living with lung conditions including asthma and COPD

Are you a Carer or Young Carer?

A Carer or Young Carer is someone who provides support  – practical and/or emotional – to an adult or child with an illness, disability, frailty, mental health problems or substance misuse issues.

 Adult Carers can find support at Sheffield Carers Centre  

Young Carers click here to find support and advice from Sheffield Young Carers

Living with Dementia

The Hollies Medical Centre and our neighbouring GP practices have partnered with Voluntary Action Sheffield and the Sheffield Dementia Action Alliance to provide a local, accessible and informal ‘hub’ to pull these organisations together and benefit our patients and carers.

Starting from December the ‘Porter Valley Dementia Café’ will run alternate Thursdays at Bent’s Green Church. There will be tea, coffee and refreshments available and we have plans for guest speakers, activities and the opportunity to meet others affected by Dementia. There will be friendly experts on hand to discuss your challenges and help signpost you to any support you feel you could benefit from.

Have a look at the Dementia Cafe web page for more information.