We provide a range of treatment and support options for people struggling to cope with low mood, stress, anxiety, depression, or any of the common mental health problems that up to 1 in 4 people will experience at some point in their life time.

In some of our areas we may also be able to support you if you have a long-term physical health condition.

There are a range of services on offer to help, from online self-help courses, to 1-2-1 therapy sessions or group workshops, such as mindfulness courses.

If you are over the age of 16 years and registered with a GP in Bury, Oldham, Tameside and Glossop, Stockport, you can contact us directly to get the help and support that is right for you.

Simply fill in our online form and a member of the team will be in touch. Please select the borough in which your GP surgery is located to proceed:

Tameside and Glossop is an ‘IAPT Plus’ service. We offer a range of treatment and support options for people struggling to cope with common mental health problems.  We also offer holistic support to help clients overcome barriers in accessing and meeting health and social care needs which are impacting on their wellbeing and mental health. This service is delivered by partnership agencies including Pennine Care, Big Life Group and MIND. By submitting a self-referral you are consenting to your referral information being shared with the service providers within this pathway. You will be contacted by the most appropriate agency to meet the needs identified within your referral.  If you have any questions or concerns regarding this please contact the service beforehand.

In order to complete a self-referral please click on link below:

In Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale, talking therapies is provided by Thinking Ahead. If you live in Heywood, Middleton or Rochdale, click on the link below for the online form.

If you are under the age of 16 years, please speak to your GP who will be able to refer you to a local service for children and young people.

If you have serious concerns about your safety or the safety of others, speak to your GP immediately.

Information submitted via the online form is confidential and will only be shared with your care team, including your GP.

If you have any questions about the Healthy Minds service, please contact your local centre:

Self-help guides

Our self-help guides cover a range of mental health issues and provide you with practical advice and support. These are available to view in various formats by clicking here.

Become a mystery shopper

We are looking for existing service users or carers to become a 'mystery shopper' and give feedback on our services.

This will help us to share good practice and identify where improvements need to be made.

Click here to find out more.