At Tameside, Oldham and Glossop Mind we offer counselling to all residents of Tameside and Glossop aged 16 or over.
Don't suffer in silence, we're here for you. We can sort it out TOGETHER.
Just as our bodies can become poorly, people’s minds can become emotionally unwell. People of all ages can become emotionally unwell, that is why we're here to help with Youth in Mind.
Active Monitoring is an early intervention, guided self-help service that runs from a number of GP practices in Oldham.
We are currently offering a huge range of both fully accredited courses and awareness sessions. Our courses aim to educate our community in a variety of areas surrounding Mental Health.
For the month of July, the Picture of Health is Physical Activity! There are loads of ways to get active, take a look at some below!
Mind in Greater Manchester have this week announced their new ‘Blue Light Programme’, which aims to improve emergency service staff mental wellbeing by providing unique services, and destigmatising mental health among workers in the region.
Between Monday 23rd to Sunday 29th July, Oldham will be hosting its first 'Get Oldham Chatting Week'! Between 10am and 12pm Monday to Friday there are ten separate venues offering a Chatter & Natter table which is where customers can sit if they are happy to talk to other customers.
Annual Fitness Fundraisers meet Incredible Success!
Earlier this year in April we shared an article about our work with the Holt family and their events and activities in memory of their loving and caring daughter, Chloe.
We recently sat down with one of our lovely trustees Vicki to discuss what it's like being a trustee with Tameside, Oldham and Glossop Mind. Being a Trustee with TOG Mind can mean any number of things, it really comes down to what you want to get out of it and how much time you're able to put in.
This is the Oldham edition of our wellbeing column for the months of June & July!
This is the Tameside & Glossop edition of our wellbeing column for the months of June & July!
Through their current storyline the topic of Male Suicide has recently been highlighted by Coronation Street. In the UK and Republic of Ireland more than 6,000 people take their life each year, this means on average there is one death by suicide every two hours, with many more people thought to attempt suicide each day. Currently in the UK suici