Get support

Find a group

The English Hearing Voices Network is made up of over 180 groups. If you’re interested in attending a local Hearing Voices Group, use the online list to find a group near you.


Mind in Camden: ‘Hearing Voices’ projects

London Hearing Voices Network

Providing ongoing support to the network of Hearing Voices Groups and 15 Paranoia and Beliefs Groups in Greater London.

This includes providing training courses and networking events for facilitators to increase the sustainability of these groups.

There is a network meeting every two months and a regular newsletter.

Voice Collective

A national project supporting children and young people who hear voices or see visions by working in partnership with youth services.

The project also offers support for parents/families, as well as training for youth workers, social workers, mental health professionals and other supporters.

Voice Collective has its own online forum which you need to register to access.


National and international

Hearing Voices Network: England and Hearing Voices Network: Wales
HVN’s website includes info about the organisation, membership and publications.

Intervoice
The international community for hearing voices. The site has lots of info on voice hearing including: alternative perspectives, groups, people’s stories, research and news.  

Although they do not have a forum, they have a facebook group. It’s a closed group, so click on JOIN GROUP and someone will get in touch to guide you through the process.

Understanding Voices
This is a new online resource that aims to provide clear, comprehensive and balanced information about hearing voices. The site is the result of a three year interdisciplinary study of voice-hearing (Hearing the Voice), based at Durham University and funded by the Wellcome Trust.  

ISPS UK
The International Society for Psychological and Social Approaches to Psychosis is for professionals, service users and carers to share their ideas and examine their differences. It promotes different approaches to psychosis – psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioural, arts-based, family and holistic.