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Getting Help

There are lots of organisations that offer mental health support locally. You might need different types of support at different times in your life. Sometimes it might just be about getting a bit of advice or sometimes problems are more serious or don’t get better with self-help.

These services can offer you specific help with mild-moderate mental health needs e.g. low mood, anxiety, panic, worry, not sure where to access support


Minds Matter

Minds Matter supports people with mild to moderate common mental health problems.

Mental Wellbeing Practitioners, Peer Support Workers and Counsellors who can help you to manage and overcome your difficulties via; counselling, one-to-one support, groups, drop-in support and coaching
The services operates from Monday- Friday 9-4.30pm
It is open to individual’s aged 16+ common mental health problems such as low mood, stress, anxiety, loss& bereavement etc.
Self-referral/ professional referral accepted
Evening & weekend appointments will be made available where needed.
The service also have regular weekly drop ins, information can be found on the neighbourhood drop in leaflet below.
Minds Matter: 0161 470 6100 


Tameside, Oldham and Glossop Mind

TOG Mind is a mental health and wellbeing centre offering early intervention support, counselling, various training courses, workshops, advice, drop-ins, a dedicated Children and Young People’s Service, an award winning veggie cafe and free Wi-Fi access as well as many other opportunities.

Our organisation supports individuals of all ages - Common mental health and wellbeing issues such as low mood, stress, anxiety, depression, loss& bereavement etc.
Phone:  0161 330 9223


Healthy Minds Pennine Care FT

Healthy Minds is a talking therapies service. Providing support and treatment for those who are experiencing symptoms such as difficulty sleeping, low mood / depression, stress, worry or anxiety, feelings of hopelessness or panic attacks. Healthy Minds also offer a service for complicated bereavements and adjustments to life events (6-12 months post incident).
The service offers an online therapy programme called SilverCloud which is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. You can start the therapy straight away and it can be done at a time and place that suits you. You'll also have access to the system for a year after you’ve been discharged from the service.

We support individuals aged 16+  the service support those who are experiencing symptoms such as difficulty sleeping, low mood / depression, stress, worry or anxiety, feelings of hopelessness or panic attacks.
The service is open to anyone aged 16 years+ self-referral/ professional referral.
The service is available from Monday- Friday 9-5pm
Phone: 0161 716 4242
Click here to refer to SilverCloud.


Health and Wellbeing College  Pennine Care FT

Recovery focused courses, offering self-management education designed to support people take control of their mental health & wellbeing.

Individuals aged 18+ years who want to understand more about a wide range of mental health issues and individuals wanting to improve their mental health. You can self -enrol on courses for free.
Monday- Friday 9-5pm
Phone: 0161 716 2666


The Anthony Seddon Fund

The Anthony Seddon Fund is a peer support mental health charity, providing a safe environment for people to come and chat.
We offer a range of peer support groups including a daily peer support group, a suicide bereavement group and also a Family and Friends group.
As well as the peer support groups, we also host other wellbeing activities including a Bollyfit class, Guitar Jammin, Reiki and craft groups.

The centre offers a range of support and activities for individuals aged 18+. We do have some services for Children and Young People, please contact for more details

Phone: 0161 376 4439


The Beacon Counselling Trust

The Beacon Counselling Trust delivers a free support service for individuals and families affected by problem gambling in the North West of England.
The service now delivers in Tameside and Glossop.
The support is available for individuals and families aged 16+ years affected by problem gambling

Phone: 0151 321 1099



The Bureau Glossop

The Bureau is Glossop’s Community Wellbeing Charity. The Bureau’s website will enable you to find out about the different community activities and services that exist locally, and make it easier to find support when it’s needed. The Bureau will support people to stay physically and socially active, improve mental wellbeing and live independently for longer. The Bureau will also champion and raise the profile of the different community groups and voluntary organisations that exist locally within the Glossopdale area.

We support individuals wishing to access a variety of informal / peer metal health & wellbeing support

Phone: 01457 865 722



Action Together Tameside

Action Together offers a range of support to strengthen individuals and communities in Tameside.  

​We support people to get help, providing opportunities to get better connected to what is going on in their local community and find the support they need.
Phone: 0161 339 2345.



A men’s peer support group that offers a safe and confidential space that offers you (males 18+) the opportunity to talk - free from advice and judgement.
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Derbyshire Recovery and Peer Support Service

Support people in Glossop who are having difficulties with their mental health across the whole spectrum of mental illnesses. The service offers targeted goal-focused support, developing peer support and volunteer opportunities across Derbyshire, and also peer support groups where there is a need.

We support people aged 18+  who are having difficulties with their mental health across the whole spectrum of mental illnesses
Monday - Friday :
9:00am - 17:00pm
Phone: 01773 734989


Diversity Matters North West

DMNW are an award-winning, Charity with an extensive track record of serving the most vulnerable and marginalised communities in the borough, tackling health inequalities, social exclusion and promoting community cohesion. The Charity provides services to disadvantaged and / or excluded people who experience a multitude of barriers to accessing mainstream services.  Our aims are to:

  • Tackle issues that impact on people’s health and well-being.
  • Provide targeted support for disadvantaged and excluded groups.
  • Promote improved community cohesion.
Using our asset-based, community led approach, we deliver culturally sensitive, place based, people centred, support provisions, including:
  • a focus primarily although not exclusively upon the needs of women from minority ethnic communities.
  • a community development approach to the development of schemes and/or provision designed to help people develop their potential, support each other, and enhance community involvement.
  • the development and provision of education, training and employment support designed to increase integration, to improve confidence and to enhance employment prospects.
  • the appreciation and valuing of diversity within communities, alongside the promotion and achievement of community cohesion and social integration
  • the promotion of active citizenship.
  • We have been working on awareness raising project around mental health within the South Asian communities in Tameside and have been continuously delivering workshops to raise awareness in tacking cultural taboos and myths around mental health in the BAME communities.
    We also use our links, networks, and relationships in order to support and engage a minority community with mental health services in Tameside.
If you need more information about what we offer or anything else regarding Diversity Matters North West, why not give us a ring on 0161 368 3268
We are here Monday to Friday and have an out of hours answer phone service. Just leave us your name and telephone number we will always ring you back.
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