Mental Health | Adults - Services in Stockport

Pathfinder Stockport (Stockport Alcohol RAID) Stockport

Cirtek House,
Thomas Street, Higher Hillgate,
Stockport
SK1 3QD
Tel: 0161 716 4000

This service is for clients who are starting to attend A&E on a regular basis as a result of their drinking.

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Community Mental Health Team York House Stockport

21 Heaton Moor Road,
Stockport
SK4 4LT
Tel: 0161 716 4200

Community adult mental health team.

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Community Mental Health Team Baker Street Stockport

Baker Street CMHT
Baker Street, Heaton Norris
Stockport
SK4 1QQ
Tel: 0161 716 4200

Supports people aged 16 and above in the community experiencing mental health difficulties which require support in line with CPA and Care Act 2014

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Stockport Secondary Care Psychological Therapies Cheshire,

Secondary Care Psychological Therapies, Oasis Building,
Stepping Hill Hospital, Poplar Grove,
Stockport,
SK2 7JE
Tel: 0161 716 5766

Secondary Care Psychological Therapies Service offering a range of individual therapies, some skills-based group therapies and neuropsychological assessments.

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Psychological Medicine in Primary Care Trust Wide

Department of Psychological Medicine
Royal Oldham Hospital
Oldham
OL1 2JH
Tel: 0161 716 2018

The Psychological Medicine in Primary Care (PMPC) service is an innovative team dedicated to supporting people with complex or chronic physical health problems. We work in primary care at GP practices and focus on a whole person approach.

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Stockport Early Intervention Service Stockport

Councillor Lane Resource Centre
Councillor Lane
Cheadle
SK8 2JF
Tel: 0161 716 4160

The Early Intervention Team is a specialist team who work with young people aged 14 – 65 who describe having episodes of psychosis or similar experiences.

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Democratic Therapeutic Community (DTC) Tameside & Glossop

Tameside General Hospital
Fountain Street
Ashton-under-Lyne
OL6 9RW
Tel: 0161 716 3276

A Democratic Therapeutic Community (DTC) is a therapy group for people with complex needs. These may include difficulty with relationships, misuse of alcohol, drugs or prescribed/over-the-counter medication, other kinds of self-harm, under or over-eating or isolating yourself. The DTC gives you the chance to explore difficult feelings and harmful behaviours in a safe environment.

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