Mental Health Awareness Week this year runs from 18th - 24th May 2020, with the theme of kindness.
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.
Want to volunteer? Be a buddy! Be part of a brand new exciting project for Tameside. The Tameside Buddy Project is looking for volunteers like you.
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!
Using our handy blank template, why not create your very own comic book! Will you be a hero or a villain? It’s a fun way to get creative and encourages reading, writing and drawing!
For people wishing to commemorate this Friday - The Royal British Legion are organising remote activity for people to celebrate VE Day 75 commemorations and participate from home.
Tameside Oldham and Glossop Mind have launched an innovative new service to help people stay connected and manage their wellbeing during the coronavirus lockdown.
Accessing our support has changed a little since we are not able to see people face-to-face at the moment.
We have some helpful messages and advice for children and young people during this difficult time. Please view our poster below.
A self help guide to manage your mental wellbeing during Coronavirus.
Here at TOG Mind we are adapting and working hard to ensure we can keep as much support available as possible during this difficult time.
Whilst we continue to work with our staff and volunteers to ensure this, we have produced a short but thorough resource and support pack to help anyone with their overall wellbeing.
Accessing our support has changed a little since we are not able to see children, young people and their families face-to-face at this time.
As we are sure you are all aware, everyone is currently facing uncertainty, linked to the international outbreak of the Corona Virus (COVID-19).