With Community Services you can access a range of opportunities across Oldham to support long term health and wellbeing.

 

Following completion of our active monitoring programme, talking therapies or following a drop in appointment, people can see what’s available locally to them across Oldham and be signposted into clubs and groups providing training and personal development workshops and sessions.

Our guided one to one self-help or also known as 'Active Monitoring', is with a trained practitioner helping you with coping methods for common issues; e.g. depression, stress, anxiety, confidence, anger, and social isolation.

 

Drop-InAs part of our guided wellbeing services, we have 20 minute one to one sessions available for you to discuss any issues you might be dealing with, assess levels of support required, and find out about options for accessing a range of local community and NHS services.

Mental Health First Aid EnglandMental Health First Aid (MHFA) is the mental health equivalent of physical First Aid.

 

Perinatal Mental Health WorkshopsTameside, Oldham and Glossop Mind now run free, 1 hour interactive workshops at a variety of local community venues in Oldham to raise awareness of perinatal mental health.

What is Perinatal Mental Health?

Perinatal comes from the words Peri’ – meaning ‘around’ and ‘Natal’ – meaning ‘birth’.

 

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Community ResilienceLife can be a rollercoaster with many ups and downs. We all go through different challenges and changes in our lives. Sometimes things can really knock us down.

 

Counselling Courses

Our accredited counselling courses are delivered by well-qualified trainers who have great experience in delivering one-to-one client services within our therapeutic services department. We have established an excellent track-record of supporting students to succeed, in both their academic and personal journey.

 

Going through a tough time?

You’re not alone, we can sort it out TOGETHER.

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We all feel low and lost at times and every year one in four of us will experience a mental health problem. You may be struggling right now but there is always hope.

 

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