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Mental Health Support in Trafford
GMMH free 24 hour Helpline for Manchester Mental Health service users and carers call 0800 953 0285
Community Mental Health Team If someone is already open to the CMHT they can contact the teams on either: 0161 358 1390 (North & West Trafford) or 0161 357 1340 (South Trafford) between the hours of 9 am and 5 pm.
There is also a crisis line for people open to mental health services which is available 24 hours a day by phoning 01204 483 071.
Trafford Psychological Therapies Services offer talking therapy (counselling, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) or psychology) for anyone over the age of 16 years old, who has a Trafford GP and may be struggling with a common mental health problem (Anxiety, Low Mood, Worry, Stress, Sleep, Phobia, OCD, Trauma, etc.) Access is via GP referral or self-referral via: https://www.gmmh.nhs.uk/tpt/ or by calling Trafford Psychological Therapies on: 0161 357 1350.
Primary Care Mental Health Wellbeing Service offer more specialist input please call 0161 271 0919 or email; firstname.lastname@example.org. The service is open between 09:00 and 17:00 Monday to Friday. There is a voice message facility for outside of office hours.
Men’s Support Group (Directions for Men) aims to support the wellbeing of men who are struggling. The group meet weekly to talk about things that are affecting them, provide support and teach strategies to deal with issues faced. No referral necessary. Contact 0789 497 1434 or email@example.com. Groups are currently meeting in Old Trafford, Sale, Timperley and Partington. Zoom virtual meetings are still offered for those who can’t attend in person. https://www.directionsformen.org.uk/
BlueSci Wellbeing Support Line: 0161 912 2177 Local wellbeing support line between 10:00 – 14:00.
Blue Sci Crisis Café 7 days a week out of hours support for anyone in emotional distress or experiencing a mental health crisis. Monday to Friday, 7pm to 2am (Last entry 12:30am) Saturday and Sunday, 5pm to 2am (Last entry 12:30am). Old Trafford Wellbeing Centre 54-56 Seymour Grove Old Trafford Manchester M16 0LN. Please ring or text ahead to arrange meet and greet. For more information please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mental Health Support in Greater Manchester
Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT)
Offers 1-1 sessions with a therapist to patients registered at 13 GP surgeries in Manchester.
0161 226 3871 / 0161 480 2020 (8:30am-5:30pm)
Confidential support for people experiencing feelings of distress and despair. You can talk to someone on the phone, in person, via e-mail or letter correspondence.
116 123 (24-hour helpline, open 365 days a year)
An independent charity providing a wide range of mental health support services, information and training. Some of the services include young people support, peer support groups, advice on welfare, housing and debt.
0300 123 3393 (Mon-Fri, 9am-6pm)
Offering tailored support for issues ranging from common mental health problems, learning disabilities and substance misuse.
0161 238 5149
Thinking Ahead (The Big Life Group)
Providing free help for people who experience distress caused by life-changing events, as well as mental health problems.
01706 751 180 (8:30am-5pm)
Zion Centre (The Big Life Group)
A community centre based in Hulme, offering space to charity and community services, including a range of self-help groups.
BAME Mental Health Services
African and Caribbean Mental Health Centre (ACMHS)
A community-based organisation providing free and confidential culturally appropriate services predominantly to African and African Caribbean communities as well as other minority groups. They offer, in others, counselling, peer support, social activity drop-ins and support groups. Based in Moss Side.
0161 226 9562
Wai Yin Society
An Ancoats-based community center offering crisis care, parenting support, mental health help (Kwai Wan project) and other forms of support for BME communities, particularly the Chinese community.
Ethnic Health Forum
A community-driven center based in Rusholme, offering advice and support for ethnic and national minorities.
0161 408 4331
Stockport Mental Health Services
Helpline – 0161 480 7393
Email Us at email@example.com
2 Edward Street,
Oasis Building, Stepping Hill Hospital, Stockport, SK2 7JE
Tel: 0161 419 5725
Stockport Healthy Minds is a service for people experiencing common mental health problems such as anxiety and depression. Please note this service is not run by Stockport NHS Foundation Trust.
Stockport Psychology Wellbeing service
This service offers one-to-one support and structured courses for anyone experiencing common mental health problems such as anxiety and depression. It is available to anyone who is registered with a GP in Stockport and is aged 16 years and above.
193-195 Wellington Road South,
SK2 6NG : 0161 480 2020