Many people, perhaps even the majority, develop emotional or psychological difficulties at some time in their lives. 1 in 4 people will have a mental health problem within the course of their life. We’re here to support you through such testing times and our plan for Oldham is to bring together all the different support available for people with mental health problems and develop on these networks – with a view to project planning for the future. Using person-centred approaches, we aim to enhance the day-to-day wellbeing of people by focusing on what’s being said to us, and creating opportunities for people to get more involved in deciding what works best for each individual.Tameside Oldham and Glossop Mind is a not-for-profit organisation which promotes well-being through social engagement and creative opportunities. We work with individuals to achieve their goals and aspirations, promoting recovery, self-management and social inclusion in partnership with other agencies and mainstream organisations.The Mind well-being centre is a working environment, encouraging people to get involved as volunteers, working in the café, sharing their expertise in many subjects and activities, helping people with the internet, and perhaps working in the kitchen, gaining qualifications along the way. Ashton also has a very popular 1-2-1 service, which includes counselling support. In Oldham, we provide advocacy support to people detained under the Mental Health Act.
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