In Stockport we provide a range of mental health, learning disability and autism services, and a drug and alcohol service. These aim to help to keep you healthy and maximise your potential.

We work with lots of other organisations to provide you with the best possible care, and we’re part of Stockport Together.

If you know the name of the service or ward you’re looking for, please see the list of services further down this page. Otherwise, click the menu to find out more.

You will be referred to many of our services by your GP or another health or care professional.

For some you can refer yourself, here's a quick summary of our services in Stockport which can help you.

If you're still unsure, please speak to your GP or care coordinator.

  • ASD-ADHD adult diagnostic service - can with an assessment to check if you have a diagnosis of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
  • CAMHS – a number of child and adolescent mental health services which can help young people with wellbeing, emotional and mental health, and eating disorders.
  • Drug and alcohol service - can help with physical and psychological dependence on alcohol and/or prescribed, over the counter and illicit substances
  • Early intervention teams - can help if you have an episode of psychosis or similar experiences.
  • Liaison mental health services - can help if you attend accident and emergency (A&E) and need mental health support.
  • Learning disability services – can help with health, behaviour, and communication if you have a learning disability.
  • Memory services – can help if you have problems with your memory.
  • Military veterans service – can provide psychological therapies if you’ve been in the British armed forces.​​​​​​​
  • Parent infant service – can help you build a relationship with your baby.
  • Talking therapies - can help if you’re struggling to cope with common mental health problems such as low mood, stress, anxiety or depression.
  • TMS (transcranial magnetic stimulation) – can help with depression, where medication or therapies haven't worked or aren't appropriate.