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’.
We are part of the Stockport Together partnership, which sees leaders from NHS Stockport Clinical Commissioning Group, Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council, NHS Stockport Foundation Trust and Pennine Care working together to develop an overall strategic plan for the borough to integrate and transform health and social care services.
Mental health services in Stockport 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 Stepping Hill Hospital. In addition, there are dedicated services for older people, aged 65 or over, living in the borough.
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We deliver a range of specialist services, including:
Alcohol and drug services:
Following a competitive tender run by Stockport Council in summer 2015, we were delighted to be awarded the contract to provide alcohol and drug services in Stockport. We are working in partnership with Intuitive Thinking and Acorn Recovery to deliver services.
Our experienced and dedicated staff are on hand to provide people with all the treatment, support, encouragement and guidance they need to recover from substance misuse.
To find out more visit our service directory.
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
The Community Learning Disability Team in Stockport is an integrated health and social care team. Our team consists of learning disability nurses, social workers, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, support workers, a psychologist and consultant psychologist, a speech and language therapist and transition workers.
We provide person-centered assessments and support for adults who have a diagnosed learning disability. We are committed to ensuring that we meet every individual’s needs, including supporting their physical and emotional wellbeing.
We undertake specialist health assessments for people with varying degrees of learning disabilities. We are responsible for care management and completing social care assessments under the Care Act and also carry out statutory duties including reviews, implementing packages of care and safeguarding investigations.
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.
The following RHSD units are located in Stockport:
- Bevan Unit: a rehabilitation unit for men aged over 50 years
- Cobden Unit: a Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit for men aged 18 to 65 years
- Heathfield House: a rehabilitation unit for men aged 18 to 65 years
The majority of our RHSD units, including those mentioned above, accept referrals for people who live right across the Pennine Care footprint, and further afield where appropriate.
Find out more by visiting our RHSD page.
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.
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