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Please donate now to help provide what could be life-saving support for those impacted by serious mental illness.  

I really would like to thank the Derbyshire Recovery and Peer Support Service for totally changing my life for the better and for believing in me.

Ben Gough

Our impact in 2022/23

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With your support, we can improve the lives of people severely affected by mental illness through our network of local groups and services, expert information and successful campaigning.

"Prevent further tragedies"

"My god daughter took her own life a couple of years ago because she was unable to get the care she needed from the NHS. I make a similar contribution every year in the hope that you may be able to prevent further tragedies." - Anonymous donor

"More still needs to be done"

"We have started to see a better recognition of mental illness - politicians are finally talking about increasing funding and we are more open to discussing this devastating illness as well, but as I'm sure you agree, so much more still needs to be done." - Anonymous donor

"Made my donation in memory"

"I’m very happy to support your work. I made my donation in memory of a friend’s son, Ollie, who sadly died. He had been supported by the Charity." - Anonymous donor