- Our wellbeing section: links to apps, videos, guides and websites to support with a range of issues and conditions
- Mental health self-help leaflets: covering a range of issues, including anxiety, bereavement, controlling anger, panic and many more
- Managing trauma self-help guides: developed by the Greater Manchester Resilience Hub
If you're over 18:
- Healthy Minds: support for people experiencing mild to moderate common mental health problems. Our Silver Cloud self-help programme has little to no waiting times and you can instantly access support and materials that have been proven to work
- Military veterans’ services: support for British ex-serving personnel experiencing mental health difficulties, related to their time and experiences in the armed forces.
- Re-engage (external charity): provides free support to people over 75 who are lonely or isolated. This can include a regular call from one of their companions, tea parties, activity sessions and more
- Age UK (external charity): wide range of support, advice and care for older people; supporting them to remain active, independent and avoid being isolated
- Early attachment services (parent-infant mental health in Bury, Oldham, the Rochdale borough and Tameside and Glossop): support for parents during pregnancy and parents and babies up until their second birthday
Children and young people:
- School-based mental health support: support for children aged 4 to 18, who are experiencing low level emotional and behavioural difficulties. Visit our CAMHS webpage or speak to a teacher or the school mental health lead for more information about support at your school.
- #Thrive (Rochdale borough only): support for children and teenagers experiencing emotional health and wellbeing issues. You must live or be registered with a GP practice in Heywood, Middleton or Rochdale. The team can also support and advise parents, carers and anyone who works with a child or young person
- Community eating disorders service: care and support for children and young people with an eating disorder. Support is also available to families, carers, and those who work with, or support, a child or young person
- Early attachment service (parent-infant mental health in Bury, Oldham, the Rochdale borough and Tameside and Glossop): support for parents during pregnancy and for parents and babies up until their second birthday
- External resources: apps, videos, guides and websites to support with a range of issues and conditions