Tameside, Oldham and Glossop Mind provide a variety of services for our clients. We pride ourself on finding new and effective ways to help people with their mental wellbeing in the way which best suits them.


Take a look through all of our services available below or use our search service tool to find something which suits you. We also have an extensive range of training courses which you may be interested in.

Tameside and Glossop:

Counselling Peer Support Project - Tameside Tameside Wellbeing Hub Community Hive - Youth in Mind Families in Mind - Youth in Mind Living Well Tameside - Big Life Safe Tameside - Big Life Supported Self-Help - National Mind  


Counselling Social Prescribing The Safe Haven SilverCloud Peer Support Service - Oldham Listening Spaces Take 5 - Youth in Mind Families in Mind - Youth in Mind Supported Self-Help - National Mind

Access and Crisis:

Mental Health NavigatorsThe Access and Crisis Team is a new team, created in 2021 within TOG Mind with the design of this service being heavily influenced by our Lived Experience contacts. The team was created with the aim of bridging the gaps within mental health services, we typically work with clients who may have more than one issue contributing to their mental health and require a wrap around service.


Quite often clients require social and practical support to promote their mental health and emotional wellbeing and may present with issues such as, housing needs, drug and alcohol dependency, debt support and physical health conditions.


Supported Self-HelpThis is why we work in partnership with a range of Oldham Services:


Age UK Oldham Positive Steps Turning Point
Psychological Medicine Changing Futures Statutory Services such as the Home Treatment Team and Adult Social Care

TOG Mind staff can support you by offering wellbeing sessions, active monitoring, a listening ear, coaching, navigating you to the most appropriate services within your community and over night support at Safe Haven.

TOG Mind Services that fall under the Access and Crisis Team are:

Living Well Oldham Listening Space Steps to Home
MASH Link Worker Safe Haven  

Staff under this team:

Access and Crisis Senior Manager Project Managers TOG Mind Navigators
Peer Support Workers Wellbeing Workers Access Team

We support clients with their mental health by having allocated workers between 8am - 8pm Monday to Friday and 10am - 2pm on Saturdays at TOG Mind Oldham office whilst Safe Haven runs 5pm - 9am at The Royal Oldham Hospital. If you feel that you may be in need of support with anything you have read so far, please do not hesitate to call us on 0161 330 9223 or by emailing office [at] togmind.org and we will be more than happy to answer any queries that you may have.

Young People, Children, and Families

Our services supporting young people and families can be found by visiting the Youth in Mind section of our website.


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