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This section provides information on local/regional support groups and organisations where you can find support and help.

 

M.E. Association (England)
4 Corringham Road,
Stanford-Le-Hope,
Essex,
SS17 0AH.
Tel: 01375 642466
Fax:01375 360256

Founded in 1976, the M.E. Association has nearly 10,000 members, and has a large number of local support groups. It offers several useful services, including a 'listening ear' service by telephone and advice on welfare benefits. Annual membership costs around £15, and includes 4 quarterly journals.


M.E. Association (N. Ireland)
,
Bryson House,
28 Bedford Street,
Belfast,
BT2 7FE.
Tel/Fax: 01232 439831

M.E. Association (Scotland)
52 St. Enoch Square,
Glasgow,
G1 4AA.
Tel: 0141 204 3822

Action For M.E.
Third Floor
Canningford House
38 Victoria Street
Bristol
BS1 6BY
Tel: Lo-call 0845 123 2380
or Membership: 0117 9279551
Tel support: 0845 123 2314
Welfare rights helpline: 01749 330136

Fax: 0117 9279552
Email: admin@afme.org.uk

Action For M.E. was founded in 1987 and has a strong campaigning focus. It provides fact sheets, advice and is actively involved in lobbying and other activities. Like the M.E. Association, it has a large number of local support groups around the UK. Annual membership is £15, and entitles you to receive its magazine, InterAction.


The National M.E. Centre,
Disablement Services Centre,
Harold Wood Hospital,
Gubbins Lane,
Harold Wood,
Romford,
Essex,
RM3 0BE.
Tel: 01708 378050

The centre, since 1990, a registered charity, aims to provide specialist care for both in-patients and out-patients with M.E./C.F.S.


AYME
Association of Young People with ME (reg charity 1082059),
P.O Box 605,
Milton Keynes,
MK6 3EX.
Tel: 01908 373300
Email: info@ayme.org.uk
http://www.ayme.org.uk

AYME (pronounced 'aim') is a UK-based independent registered charity dedicated to giving help, friendship, support and vital contact to children and young people with Myalgic Encephalopathy (M.E) . AYME's activities. It is run by the young members themselves, overseen by their Director.



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