We have a wide choice of services available. These range from counselling through to anger management courses and short term monitoring activities. We also have a range of accredited courses related to the mental health sector. See the menu for a full list and description of our services.

For some of our services we will have a discussion about what will happen before you start accessing them. this allows both parties to talk about what their requirements are and ensures you get the appropriate service for your needs. You may also need to apply for our training courses.

You can access all our services yourself and if you’re unsure which would be most useful give us a call to talk it through on 0161 330 9223

MHFA came to England in 2007 and was launched under the Department of Health: National Institute of Mental Health in England as part of a national approach to improving public mental health.
Tameside, Oldham and Glossop Mind have a long history of delivering a variety of training, workshops, and accredited courses such as Mental Health First Aid.   However we are also aware that each organisation has varying needs and sometimes require more bespoke training.
Connect 5 is a three day mental health training programme designed to increase confidence and core skills so that you can be more effective in having conversations about mental health and wellbeing.   The focus of this course is to enable you to feel more skilled in working collaboratively with individual adults so that you can help improve their wellbeing.  
Tameside, Oldham and Glossop Mind have a variety of rooms within the centre which external organisations or representatives can hire out for their work or studies. Rooms can be hired as a one-off or via a block booking.   Rooms are also available for free to those holding events aimed at supporting the community and are available within the organisation. To book a free room you should contact our Adult Services management team about this.  
The Hive is a safe space for children & young peoples to come and get involved in activities or access some help for issues or problems in their lives. Young people can also access The Hive if they want to get meet other young people from their local community.  
The Hive is a safe space for young peoples, where they can attend a range of activities to support young people who may be struggling with different issues or for those who want to get involved in groups as part of their local community.  
Our Early Intervention Service is for young people who might be struggling to cope with different difficulties or issues in their lives, such as anger, worry, feeling down or lacking in confidence.  

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