In some of our areas we may also be able to support you if you have a long-term physical health condition.
We're working hard so we can keep supporting you through this difficult time.
Instead of face-to-face appointments or groups, we will be offering support via telephone and through the self-help programme SilverCloud. Click here to sign up or click here to find out more.
Some of our services also offer additional support through SilverCloud, please click on the button for your borough to find out more.
You may find it more difficult to get through to us, but please bear with us.
We hope you and your family are staying as safe and well as possible, and we're sorry for any inconvenience.
We are offering a mental health self-help programme called SilverCloud, where you can instantly access materials which have been shown to have a positive impact on depression, anxiety and stress.
You can log into the program from any device as often as you want, and we'll regularly support you as you work through the materials. Once you have completed the program, you will still be able to access the information in your account for up to a year.
Click the borough where your GP is based to sign up:
In Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale, the talking therapies service is called Thinking Ahead (provided by The Big Life Group). Visit the Thinking Ahead website for more info.
If you have serious concerns about your safety or the safety of others, speak to your GP immediately.
If you're 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 any questions, please contact your local centre by clicking the tabs above.
You can find some more helpful resources in the tabs below:
Mindfulness is a way of focusing on the present moment, often practised by paying attention to the breath as a form of meditation.
You can practice the technique at home, and some of our services can teach it to you.
Click here to learn more about mindfulness.
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.
There's a strong link between debt and mental health problems, with a number of people referring to us in need of debt advice.
You can get free debt advice from the Money Advice Service.