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Find Support

British Liver Trust provides a range of downloadable and interactive support and information for anyone affected by or interested in a liver condition. Please see below for further details:

Local Support Groups

Meeting others face to face to talk through how a liver condition has affected you can be incredibly helpful. The British Liver Trust facilitates patient and carer support groups across the country – click here to see if there is a group near you or another organisation in our directory who may be able to support you. If you are interested in starting your own group then please contact us to discuss setting one up in your local area. Our Regional Community Champions can help to link your group to health professionals for ongoing support.

Health Unlocked

Our online liver health community can be a lifeline for patients. Members can post questions, share experiences and hear from others on how they are managing their condition. Health Unlocked is recommended by NHS Choices. Click here to join Health Unlocked.

Please note that Health Unlocked is NOT a substitute for professional advice; please consult your GP or liver specialist for specialist medical advice.

Information Line

The British Liver Trust Information Line offers information and publications to anyone affected by a liver condition. Please call 01425 481320 or email for further details.

The information line is not an emergency number and cannot give medical advice. If you have a specific medical enquiry please call NHS Direct.

Patient feedback

British Liver Trust is registered with, a site where patients can give feedback about the medical care they receive. British Liver Trust will receive a donation for every patient who gives feedback, and your input will help to recognise great care, as well as improve services for the future. To register and give your feedback, go to iwantgreatcare and search for a doctor, GP Practice, hospital or medicine you wish to review. Your feedback is important to the professionals who deliver services across the NHS.