WHAT'S HAPPENING IN YOUR AREA: Bury

Mental Health services in Bury

24/7 helpline for Pennine Care service users and carers

Service provided by: Pennine Care FT

Our mental health helpline is for our service users and carers of all ages who are experiencing increased mental health needs during the coronavirus.

The support line is run by experienced mental health professionals who can provide mental health support and advice.

Who is suitable for the service?

Service users and carers which they can call any time, day or night, if they feel their mental health is beginning to suffer.

Tel: 0333 200 4339

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Mental health first aid helpline and support service

Service provided by Respect for All

Who is suitable for the service?

Residents of Greater Manchester who are:
• People with Learning Disabilities
• Autistic People
• Their family members and carers

 

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Mental health and wellbeing support

Service provided by: Mental Health Foundation

Strategy on prevention of mental health issues. Finding solutions for individuals, those at risk and for society, in order to improve everyone’s mental wellbeing. Not only focusing on individual actions and steps, looking at both the personal and societal changes that can improve and protect MH. 

Who is suitable for the service?

All

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Mental health and wellbeing support

Service provided by: Living Life to The Full

Free online courses for Greater Manchester residents covering low mood, stress and resiliency. Work out why you feel as you do, how to tackle problems, build confidence, get going again, feel happier, stay calm, tackle upsetting thinking and more.

Who is suitable for the service?

All

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Confidential 24/7 text service

Service provided by: SHOUT

A confidential 24/7 text service operated by trained crisis volunteers who will chat using text responses.

Who is suitable for the service?

Access to all via any UK registered mobile number

Text GMBury to 85258


Mental health and wellbeing support

Service provided by: SilverCloud

Online therapy programme to support stress, anxiety, low mood and depression.

Who is suitable for the service?

Adults

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Mental health and wellbeing support

Service provided by: Samaritans

Provides emotional support to anyone in emotional distress.

Who is suitable for the service?

All

Tel: 116 123 freephone 24/7


Mental health and wellbeing support

Service provided by: HOPEline UK (Papyrus

Who is suitable for the service?

Listening service for people under 25 years old

Tel: 0800 68 4141


Mental health and wellbeing support

Service provided by: SANEline

Out-of-hours mental health helpline offering specialist emotional support, guidance and information to anyone affected by mental illness.

Who is suitable for the service?

All

Tel: 0300 304 7000 open 4.30pm-10.30pm


Mental health and wellbeing support

Service provided by: Silver Line

Information, friendship and advice for older people.

Who is suitable for the service?

55 years of age and older

Tel: 0800 470 8090 24/7


Mental health and wellbeing support for children, young people and families

Service provided by: Healthy Young Minds

HYM provide a comprehensive and targeted intervention service, delivered in the heart of the communities, which positively aims to promote the emotional and psychological wellbeing of our children and young people.

Who is suitable for the service?

For children and young people and their families.

There are currently no face to face appointments available
Phone and email support is being offered
Referrals via the website

Tel: 0161 716 1100 / 0161 716 1103

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Mental health and wellbeing support for adults

Service provided by: Healthy Minds

Offer of support and treatment if experiencing symptoms such as difficulty sleeping, low mood, stress, worry or anxiety, feelings of low self-worth or panic attacks. Helping people to cope with the effects of a long-term health problem or chronic pain, post-natal depression, OCD, phobias, eating difficulties and post-traumatic stress reactions. Service delivered through range of professionals including therapists and counsellors helping manage symptoms. 

Who is suitable for the service?

People over the age of 16 years, who are registered with a GP in Bury

There are currently no face to face appointments available, phone and email support is being offered.
Referrals as normal via the website.

Tel: 0161 253 5258

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Mental health and wellbeing support for young people – online

Service provided by: 42nd Street Online Support

Supporting young people with their emotional well-being and mental health, promoting choice and creativity. Promoting person centred approaches that demonstrate local impact and have national significance.

Who is suitable for the service?

Young People aged 11-25

New referrals can only access online support.

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Neonatal family support in Greater Manchester

Service provided by Spoons

Our primary focus is on supporting the whole family, practically and emotionally from admission to the neonatal unit and beyond, allowing our NHS colleagues to concentrate on the provision of clinical care. We offer a range of support services for families to access on the neonatal units and within the community

Who is suitable for the service?

Families experiencing neonatal care in the Greater Manchester area

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Parent infant mental health support

Service provided by: Home-Start Rochdale and Bury

Family Support Charity providing practical and emotional support for parents and children experiencing stress or difficulties. Experienced parent volunteers who visit at home for 2-3 hours per week and emotional support and practical help is offered for as long as needed. Main aim is to help reduce stress and prevent crisis and breakdown.

Who is suitable for the service?

Parents with children aged 0-12 struggling with emotionally and practically

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Perinatal support for dads

Service provided by: Dad Matters

Aims to help dads have successful relationships with their families, and to support dads with anxiety, stress and mental health issues. Promote dads to get engaged with services traditionally targeting mums. 

Who is suitable for the service?

Fathers of under 2’s struggling emotionally or physiologically

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Support to people from black, Asian and minority ethnic communities

Service provided by: Asian Development Association of Bury

ADAB is a charity working with key stakeholders in the area to develop and implement initiatives that improve and enhance the economic, educational, social, recreational and cultural conditions of people from minority ethnic communities. Helping to promote skills/knowledge and health and wellbeing.

Who is suitable for the service?

Ethnic minority communities and refugees/asylum seekers

The ADAB centre is currently closed
Phone and email support is available

Tel: 0161 764 6749

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Mental health and wellbeing support

Service provided by: Bury Involvement Group

Supporting existing members and new members where possible. Some peer groups have also been established via a virtual internet link.

Who is suitable for the service?

No referral necessary

Email: mentalhealth@buryinvolvementgroup.org

Support groups cancelled but offering Peer Support Line; Mon – Fri 9am – 5pm
Tel: 07921 392 801


Emotional support and signposting

Service provided by: Creative Living Centre

All face to face course / sessions currently suspended, the centre is offering a phone line for emotional support and signposting advice.

Who is suitable for the service?

Anyone 18 and over across GM interested in wellbeing classes or with mental health.

Email: admin@creativelivingcentre.org.uk

Tel: 0161 696 7501 Mon – Fri 9am – 5pm


Emotional support and signposting

Service provided by: Early Break

Offering services of Advocacy, Holding Families Programme and accredited Training and Resources.  Also offering Holistic Therapies, Emotional Health & Wellbeing groups, Mindfulness sessions, specialist Bereavement & Loss Counselling, Outreach, a ‘Fresh Start’ anti-bullying project and a Families Living Well programme.

Who is suitable for the service?

Children, young people and families

Early Break will be offering a virtual service for children and their families, staff will have an online/telephone presence in the usual working hours.

Tel: 0161 723 3880

Email: info@earlybreak.co.uk 

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Emotional support and signposting

Service provided by: Federation of Jewish Services Known as The Fed

Who is suitable for the service?

All ages

Social workers, advice workers and volunteer coordinators supporting people to alleviate people’s distress and intense isolation. The Fed is here – Caring For Our Community, if you need us we are only a call or message away.

Tel: 0161 772 4800

Email: advice@thefed.org.uk

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Emotional support and signposting

Service provided by: Greater Manchester Neshomo

Jewish befriending service.

Who is suitable for the service?

Adults

No face to face contact
Support available by phone and video services

Please note that this is not for any urgent support as e-mails may not be checked that same day.


Emotional support and signposting

Service provided by: Rammymen

Supporting the Bury North Community Hub to distribute food and medication.

Who is suitable for the service?

All

No groups currently running
Phone support available on 03303 552 468

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Emotional support and signposting

Service provided by: Bury Council Community Hubs

Working with individuals, voluntary and faith groups to support vulnerable residents initially with shopping and medication.

Who is suitable for the service?

All

Tel: 0161 253 5353

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Suicide

Service provided by: Bury Phoenix Project: Support After Suicide

It is a safe space for those bereaved by suicide in the area to talk about anything they like and support each other.

Who is suitable for the service?

Anybody affected by suicide

No face to face groups currently running. Support is available via a closed a Facebook Group ‘Bereaved By Suicide in Bury’.

You can search for the group on Facebook and ask to join. 


Suicide Support

Service provided by: Shining a Light on Suicide

Resources and support for thoses feeling suicidal or helping someone who is affected by suicide.

Who is suitable for the service?

All

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Suicide Support

Service provided by: CALM Helpline

The Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) is leading a movement against suicide, the single biggest killer of men under 45 in the UK.

Who is suitable for the service?

Men

Tel: 0800 585858


BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT

Service provided by: Greater Manchester Bereavement Service

Who is suitable for the service?

Greater Manchester Bereavement Service can help to find support for anyone in Greater Manchester that has been bereaved or affected by a death. No one needs to feel alone as they deal with their grief.

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Bereavement Support

Service provided by: Cruse Bereavement Care

Provides a service of bereavement counselling, advice, information and social contact through its headquarters and more than 196 local branches.

Who is suitable for the service?

Open to anyone bereaved by death irrespective of age, race, religion, gender or sexual preference

Tel: 0345 123 2304


Bereavement Support

Service provided by: The Good Grief Trust

Advice and support from people who have been bereaved.

Who is suitable for the service?

All

Email: hello@thegoodgrieftrust.org


Bereavement Support

Service provided by: The Compassionate Friends

Gives support to parents whose children have died.

Who is suitable for the service?

Parents/Carers

Telephone: 0845 123 2304


Bereavement Support

Service provided by: Lullaby Trust

For parents of a baby who has died suddenly and unexpectedly.

Who is suitable for the service?

Parents/Carers

Telephone: 080 8802 6868 (24 hours)


Bereavement Support

Service provided by: Winston’s Wish

Information, advice and guidance on supporting bereaved children and young people during the coronavirus outbreak.

Who is suitable for the service?

Parents/Carers

Helpline: 08088 020 021 (open 9am–5pm, Mon–Fri)

ASK email support: ask@winstonswish.org

Crisis Messenger: Text WW to 85258 (available 24/7) Online chat available 12-4pm, Wednesdays and Fridays via the website


Bereavement Support

Service provided by: Bereavement UK

A hub for bereavement support and information worldwide.

Who is suitable for the service?

All

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Bereavement Support

Service provided by: Bereavement Centre (Northern Care Alliance) Based at Fairfield Hospital

Support for families and friends of patients who have died in hospital.

The service performs a variety of administrative functions following the death of a patient, plus there is also a dedicated Swan Bereavement Nurse based at each hospital.

Who is suitable for the service?

Families and friends of deceased patients in hospital

Tel: 0161 778 3859


Bereavement Support

Service provided by: Bury Hospice; Sunflower Group and café drop in

Bereavement support for children (4-11yrs) and adults of patients who have died within any of the hospices services.

Who is suitable for the service?

Families

Tel: 0161 725 9800 Ext.226 (Mon to Thu 8am – 4pm)


Bereavement Support

Service provodeed by: Misakim 1 Broughton Green, Salford

Provide support and assistance to individuals experiencing crisis or tragedy from the Jewish Community.

Who is suitable for the service?

Jewish community

Tel: 0161 660 4446
24 hours, 6 days (not from Fri sundown until Sat sunset)  


Bereavement Support

Service provided by: Care Concern Loss & Bereavement Counselling Service Based at the Nicky Alliance Day Centre

Grief, Loss and Supportive Bereavement Service. Counselling provided on a one to one basis in a safe and confidential environment, operating via phone, WhatsApp and Zoom.

Who is suitable for the service?

Families

Tel: 0161 796 0807 (leave a message)

Email: care.concern@hotmail.co.uk


Bereavement Support

Service provided by: Healthy Minds

The Healthy Minds service is for people over the age of 16 years, their therapy treatments include supporting those dealing with bereavement.

Who is suitable for the service?

Over 16 years of age

Tel: 0161 253 5258

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Military Veterans Service

Service provided by: Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust

We provide mental health support to ex-service personnel across Greater Manchester and Lancashire.

The service covers conditions including depression, alcohol and substance misuse, anger problems and post-traumatic stress disorder.

Who is suitable for the service?

Ex-service personnel across Greater Manchester and Lancashire
You can refer yourself or a member of your family can refer you

Tel: 0300 323 0707 (9am-5pm, Mon-Fri)


Community Eating Disorders Service

Service provided by: Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust

The Community Eating Disorders Service (CEDS) provides dedicated care and support to children and young people with an eating disorder. 

Who is suitable for the service?

8yrs – 18yrs
Self-referral (16+)

Tel: 0161 716 1560 (9am-5pm, Mon-Fri)


Learning Disability Services

Service provided by: Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust

Cambeck Close provides overnight short breaks and support to learning disabled children and adults with additional healthcare needs. Self referral.

We can care for you if you have a severe learning disability and an additional health need. This includes complex epilepsy, autism, a range of behaviours that can present as challenging, and problems with disruptive sleep patterns that may impact on your health.

Who is suitable for the service?

Learning disabled children and adults with additional healthcare needs

Tel: 0161 716 1575


Children's Learning Disability Team

Service provided by: Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust

We support children with a moderate to profound level of learning disability, their families and carers. All interventions are based upon the following assessments: Comprehensive behaviour assessments, health assessments and risk assessments.

Also advice to other services around individual children, including: Advice on health, behavioural and care issues, individual behaviour support and training, parenting advice and family work and training for staff and carers.

Who is suitable for the service?

Self referral, GP, Health professional, Social care professional

Tel: 0161 762 3263


Adult Learning Disability Team

Service provided by: Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust

We support people with mild, moderate or severe learning disabilities who are registered with a Bury GP, to help them live a valued life in their community. The team is made up of learning disability nurses, occupational therapists, speech and language therapists and psychologists.

We deliver a specialist assessment and intervention plan, which focuses on health inequalities, behaviour, risk, sensory, communication and psychological needs.

Who is suitable for the service?

We accept referrals from service users, carers, social workers, GP’s and other health professionals.
All referrals will go through a screening process which checks whether you are eligible to access the service.

Tel: 0161 762 3263