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Information Help Line:01706 752 338   Reception:01706 752 330 [email protected]

We understand that the current situation may be causing concern and anxiety for people, and we want to reassure you that we are changing how we deliver our services and we will continue to support our communities.
 

 

Information Line

Our confidential Information Line remains open and can be reached on 01706 752 338 or 0800 107 0729. If we are unable to get to the phone please leave a message and we will call you back. Alternatively, you can email us at [email protected]

 

Self-Referral

If you are struggling with your mental health and emotional wellbeing during these times, we are open to new referrals. You can self-refer on our website, please click on this link.

Self-referral

 

Wellbeing Coordinator Support

Once we have received your referral form we will contact you to attend a Welcome one to one session within two weeks. Our Welcome one to one session is a relaxed, informal session to explain who we are, what we do, and which of our groups or activities could suit you. We will also be able to signpost you to other organisations for further support.

Our Wellbeing Coordinators are there throughout your journey and offer appointments face to face, over the phone or on zoom.

 

Dementia Wellbeing Service

This service aims to empower and support individuals and families from all backgrounds to access appropriate services and support at the right time for them and work towards tailoring dementia care services to all sections of the community in the borough of Rochdale. You can read more about this service here 

Dementia Wellbeing Service

 

Counselling Service

Our free and confidential counselling service is open for young people aged 12 and over and adults and we are accepting new referrals. If you are experiencing feelings of panic, anxiety, stress, depression, or low self-esteem please complete our referral form for a counselling appointment. We are offering face to face and telephone counselling appointments.

You can read more about our counselling service here

Counselling Service

 

Open Young Minds and Peer Mentors

Our Young Persons Wellbeing Coordinators are reaching out to our Open Young Mind service users that are aged between 18 and 21+ offering telephone support. Peer Mentors have switched to phone and text message peer mentoring sessions to help our young clients aged 18-21+ during this challenging time. We are taking new referrals into our BACP Accredited Counselling Service for young people aged between 12-25.

You can read more about our Open Young Minds Service here

Open Young Minds

 

Wellbeing Support Groups

The majority of our wellbeing support is delivered through groups and courses. Throughout the pandemic, we have responded to the needs of our communities and adapted our services to support them the best we can. We have been delivering our support over the telephone and zoom throughout the pandemic and as we see our centre open back up, some of our sessions are moving back into the Wellbeing Centre. We are looking forward to welcoming you back through our doors.

Women’s Wellbeing Support Group

This support group provides a safe, secure and understanding environment in where women who experience mental health issues can support each other. This is a 12 week support group, spread over weekly 2 hour sessions.

Wednesday 1.00 – 2.30pm

For more information or to book on to this course please contact Shagufta on 07837805205 or [email protected]

BAME Women’s Wellbeing Group

Provides a safe space to discuss the stigma of mental health and their experiences of mental health. The group meets their language, cultural and religious needs. The group is delivered in Urdu/Punjabi and Kashmiri languages. This is a 12 week support group over 1 half hours a week.

Thursday 1.00 – 2.30pm

For more information or to book on to this course please contact Shagufta on 07837805205 or [email protected]

Men’s Support Group

Offering men the opportunity to have contact with others in a similar situation and explore positive ways of coping with anxiety and depression in a safe space where they can also learn from others. This is a 12 week support group, spread over weekly 2 hour sessions.

Tuesday 10.30 – 11.30am

For more information or to book on to this course please contact Alan on 07969 198 926 or [email protected]

Anxiety and Depression Support Group

Supporting adults affected by depression, low mood, stress or anxiety. It offers the opportunity for confidential support, contact with others in a similar situation to explore positive ways of coping with anxiety and depression. This is a 12 week support group, spread over weekly 2 hour sessions.

Thursday 10.30 – 12.00pm

 

For more information or to book on to this course please contact Jeanette on 07896 146 413 or [email protected]

Depression Management Course

This CBT-based course helps you to gain an insight to how depression and low mood impacts on your wellbeing. Introducing you to strategies and tools for breaking unhelpful behaviours and learn skills to enhance mood and wellbeing. This is a 12 hour course, spread over 6 weekly 2 hour sessions.

Tuesday 1:30 – 3:30pm

For more information or to book on to this course please contact Neil on 07969 150 018 or [email protected] 

Anxiety Management Course

The course uses CBT based techniques to help you to understand how anxiety affects how you think, how you feel and subsequently what you do. Giving you the tools to have an increased understanding of thoughts, emotions, feelings and behaviour, reduced levels of anxiety and stress and increased levels of wellbeing. This is a 12 hour course, spread over 6 weekly 2 hour sessions.

Friday 10am – 12pm

For more information or to book on to this course please contact Neil on 07969 150 018 or [email protected] 

Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse Groups – Separate Male and Female

The group focuses on understanding the effects of childhood sexual abuse, building skills, telling your story in a safe environment and connecting with other survivors. Each participant is equal and valued. Being in control of your recovery can be scary at first, you can join in at your own pace. This is a 6 week course of 2 hour session, followed by another 6 week butterfly support group.

All who identify as female – Monday 10.00 – 11.30am

All who identify as male – Monday 1.00 – 2.30pm

For more information or to book on to this course please contact Jeanette on 07896 146 413 or [email protected]

Wellbeing Social Café

Our Wellbeing Social Café provides a safe, no-pressure, and welcoming environment where people can connect with others, combat social isolation and have some fun.

We chat about lots of different interesting topics such as hobbies & craft ideas, what we watch on TV, learning new skills, what we have been up to as well as having a laugh with fun jokes!

Duration: ongoing weekly sessions on zoom

Group Size: Up to 12

Contact: Alice on 07766 140 904 or [email protected]

Living Life to the Full Course

Teaches a range of life skills that are based on a tried and trusted CBT-based approach. You’ll learn how to: understand why you feel as you do; choose activities that improve wellbeing; identify behaviours that make you feel worse; identify and combat negative thinking styles; boost self-esteem and confidence. A 12 hour course, spread over 6 weekly 2 hour session. 

Thursday – 1.30pm – 3.30pm

For more information or to book on to this course please contact Neil on 07969 150 018 or [email protected] 

Creative Writing Group

While Creative writing is therapeutic, the group also helps boost confidence and gives you the opportunity to make new friends. It offers you the time and support to learn something new or develop their craft. Whether you’re just starting out or working on your own writing project, the group is here to support your needs. 

Duration: your writing can be sent in over email and is read each Wednesday and feedback is offered

Contact: Alice on 07766 140 904 or [email protected]

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