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In Oldham we provide a range of communitymental health and specialist services that aim to keep you healthy from the day you are born through to the end of your life. 

We work in partnership with a range of other organisations to deliver many of our services to make sure your care is joined up. This supports our commitment to providing integrated services that ensure you can benefit from ‘whole person care’.

In Oldham, our community services teams work side-by-side with GPs in four locality areas of the borough: Glodwick and East Oldham; ICC Cluster and Chadderton; Failsworth and Werneth; Saddleworth and Royton, Shaw and Crompton.

Community services

In addition to a wide range of nursing and therapy services, in Oldham we also provide intermediate care, including IV therapy, at our Butler Green facility to help prevent admission to, or support discharge from, hospital.   

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Mental health services

Mental health services in Oldham range from low-level support for people experiencing conditions such as low mood or stress, to greater levels of support from the community mental health teams or inpatient units at the Royal Oldham Hospital.

In addition, there are dedicated services for older people, aged 65 or over, living in the borough.

In Oldham there is also a RAID (Rapid Assessment Liaison and Discharge) service that works closely with colleagues at the local hospital to provide more support to adult patients presenting at A&E with mental health problems, those with alcohol misuse issues and people with dementia.

A ‘Street Triage’ arm of this service is available to provide support and expertise to Greater Manchester Police and North West Ambulance Service colleagues if they come across a person in need of mental health support.

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Specialist services

In Oldham we deliver the following specialist services:

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS): 

These are service that help and support children and young people aged up to 16 years who are having difficulties around their emotions, behaviour, development or relationships.  We offer community-based services and also two hospital-based units.

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Learning disability services: 

In Oldham we provide a wide range of community-based services for children and adults with a learning disability and complex health needs, including children with behavioural issues.  Both the children’s and adult’s services provide assessment, support, workshops and training.

We focus on ensuring that we meet every individual’s needs, including supporting their physical and emotional wellbeing. 

Examples of the support we offer includes: health action planning, speech and language therapy, positive behaviour assessment, dementia support, psychological therapies and epilepsy care planning. 

We also provide advice and support to primary and hospital care professionals to ensure their services are accessible for people with a learning disability.

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Rehabilitation and high support (RHSD) services: 

These are range of low-secure and rehabilitation units located across Greater Manchester.  The majority of units accept referrals for people across the Pennine Care footprint, and further afield where appropriate.

The aim is to support service users to reach their full potential with the aim of enabling them to safely integrate back into their local communities, where appropriate.

Rhodes Place is located in Oldham and is for women aged 18 to 65 years.  The majority of our RHSD units, including Rhodes Place, accept referrals for people who live right across the Pennine Care footprint, and further afield where appropriate.

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Find a service

Our service directory provides a quick and easy way to find a service in the boroughs we cover – which includes Bury, Oldham, Rochdale (including Heywood and Middleton), Stockport, Tameside and Glossop and Trafford.

You can search by borough, postcode, service type, service name, or simply a key word. 

Our service directory can be accessed on our home page www.penninecare.nhs.uk or by clicking here

What’s happening in Oldham?

You can keep up to date about our plans and developments in Oldham by visiting the news or events section of our website. 

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