We are a part of Oldham Social Prescribing which connects you to community groups, activities and organisations that could support you to improve your health, wellbeing and social connections.


This is a partnership between Action Together, TOG Mind, Positive steps and Age UK.


Please be aware referrals for this support do not come in via the TOG Mind office please contact Oldham Social Prescribing on T: 0161 339 2345, then Option 1 (Monday - Friday, 9am - 4pm) or email: oldccg.socialprescribing [at] nhs.net


What happens when I’m referred to Social Prescribing?

A member the Oldham Social Prescribing team will contact you within two weeks of your referral to start your journey to improving your health, wellbeing and social connections.

  • Your social prescriber will get to know you, find out your interests and the challenges you want to overcome.

  • Together you will set goals that are important to you.

  • Your social prescriber will support you to gain confidence, make community connections and access local services and activities that will help you achieve your goals.


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There are more than 500 community groups and networks in Oldham delivering almost 1,000 activities, sessions, meetings and events!

These groups focus on supporting local people and the community. They range from grassroots groups to large charities. There's a huge range of activities and services including things like:

  • Coffee mornings

  • Walking clubs

  • Gardening groups

  • Photography, arts and crafts, and performing arts groups

  • Sport and physical activity groups

  • Debt support and counselling

  • Social groups


To find out more;

  • Phone: 0161 339 2345
  • Email: oldccg.socialprescribing [at] nhs.net.


Who is it for?

Oldham residents who are experiencing things like :

  • Loneliness and isolation

  • Loss of confidence

  • Anxiety or low mood

  • Life changing events such as bereavement, having a baby, or retirement

  • Living with long term health conditions

  • Challenges with finances, work, relationships or housing

What are the benefits?
  • Improve mental and physical health

  • Meet new people

  • Get involved in new community activities

  • Increase self esteem

  • Access work, training and volunteering

How much does it cost?

Oldham Social Prescribing service is free to access for all.

How do I get involved?

Simply contact the Oldham Social Prescribing team on:

Phone: 0161 339 2345, then Option 1 (Monday - Friday, 9am - 4pm)

Email: oldccg.socialprescribing [at] nhs.net

Professional Referrals

If you are referring a client, patient or an individual you are working with, please use your Elemental digital social prescribing platform.

If you don't have access to Elemental, please contact us by phone on 0161 339 2345 or email via oldccg.socialprescribing [at] nhs.net and we will get you set up.

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