Help and support from the local community mean the world to us as a mental health charity and allows us to continue to go above and beyond in providing counselling, dedicated children and family support, training and suicide prevention services to those most in need.
At Tameside, Oldham and Glossop Mind we offer counselling to all residents of Tameside and Glossop aged 16 or over.
Join our Interactive, online wellbeing services to help you cope better whilst social distancing.
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.
We are working with adults in Tameside who are experiencing mental health difficulties. Our aim is to use coaching and mentoring techniques to support them to improve their mental health and wellbeing whilst reducing loneliness and isolation.
The Topaz Café is a not-for-profit hub that creates a huge selection of freshly made vegetarian meals at a reasonable price. Let Topaz take care of your lunch while you take care of yourself!
Fundraising greatly helps us gain much needed funds so we can continue to improve and expand the services we offer throughout the community. It's also a great way to get active and meet new people!
Racism can affect our mental health and our experiences of mental health services.
Could you join Mind in highlighting the impact of racism on mental health, by sharing your experiences?
"Ensuring people can quickly and easily receive the right support, in the right setting, from mental health professionals."
The Safe Haven, Royal Oldham Hospital is a partnership of Pennine Care, Tameside, Oldham & Glossop Mind, and Early Help (Positive Steps).
Massive thanks to members of St George's Church, Stalybridge who held a sponsored dog walk during the 50 days of Eastertide in aid of the church and TOG Mind. Members and their dogs walked over 2000 miles between them and raised £1,250 for Tameside, Oldham and Glossop Mind.
Recently the government have made announcements relating to measures and restrictions changing un the UK from the 19th July, with further changes planned for the 16th August.