If you’d like to find some more help or advice, it’s important to remember you’re not on your own and there are plenty of places you can go. Our resources section contains loads of links to useful websites, online support and national organisations. PLUS: You can always talk to your friends, family or someone else you trust like a teacher, tutor, manager or your GP.
Healthy Young Minds
Previously known as CAMHS, Healthy Young Minds is an NHS mental health service that offers a range of wellbeing support for young people in Bury, Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale, Oldham, Stockport, Tameside and Glossop.
Thrive is an emotional health and wellbeing service for young people, aged up to 19 years, who live in Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale (or have a GP in these areas). Are you feeling worried, angry or upset? Struggling to cope? Stressed about school or exams? Feeling bad about yourself? Experiencing bullying or relationship worries? Or are you just feeling a bit low and not enjoying things? You can walk straight into the #Thrive office at 48-50 Drake Street, Rochdale, OL16 1NT (lockdown depending) or call them on 0161 716 2844.
Mental health support at Greater Manchester Universities
See our wellbeing support page for Greater Manchester undergraduates. You'll find a list of mental health pages for each major university in Greater Manchester. Visit the page for your university and you'll see tips, contact information and support helplines.
Greater Manchester self-help services
See what services (including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) you can self-refer to in Manchester, Salford, Trafford, Stockport and Halton/St Helens. Some of their services may be in flux due to the pandemic, but they are typically offering online support groups when the groups would have normally been held in a venue.
Young Minds is a registered charity that works hard to boost the mental health of children and young people, wherever they live in the UK. Check out their site for advice and helplines relating to any mental or emotional problem you may be dealing with right now, from disorders, bullying or abuse to coronavirus.
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