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.
Join us for our 5 Ways in 5 Days!
Mental health awareness week takes place between the 14th and 18th May and we have lots going on across our sites for you to get involved in.
The 5 Ways to Wellbeing were researched and developed by the New Economics Foundation.
This is the Oldham edition of our wellbeing column for the months of March and April!
This is the Tameside edition of our wellbeing column for the months of March and April!
Have you heard about Microsessions? Microsessions are a new series of sessions we're holding that aim to cover a wide variety of different topics. We hope there will be something for everybody to be interested in.
The Big 40km launched this week on Tuesday 27th February (despite “The Beast From The East”'s meddling!).
Three sisters got into the festive spirit by taking part in Christmas fundraisers for charity!
2018 marks the 40th year of providing mental health services to the community! To celebrate we're going to be holding The Big 40, an event that we hope will get everyone running to raise funds for charity.
We are incredibly lucky this year to have become the Saddleworth Singers charity partner for 2018. The group choose a charity to support each year and have raised significant amounts of money in the past through holding 3 or 4 social events for their members each year. Every year, more people are facing problems with their mental health.
Here's the Oldham edition of our wellbeing column for the months of February and March.