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Mental Health and Covid-19 Helpline Resources

2 Apr 2020 - 14:49 by michelle.foster

GMMHThe Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust Library team has put together a list of links to online resources on COVID-19, various mental health topics, as well as local and national helplines which may be of use to you all and local residents in need of some support.

The resource can be downloaded below or online here

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Mental health and wellbeing support in Manchester during the pandemic

30 Mar 2020 - 15:24 by michelle.foster

Thrive Manchester has complied a list of organisations offering mental health and wellbeing support for people in Manchester.

There is a list of support organisations for adults and a list of support organisations for under 18s.

Mental health and wellbeing support for adults

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Update from 42nd Street

24 Mar 2020 - 09:14 by michelle.foster

42nd StreetIn view of recent developments in relation to COVID-19 the 42nd Street team have reflected on how to respond in order to keep young people’s needs at the centre of all they do and as a key service in Greater Manchester, whilst balancing their responsibilities to adhere to government advice around social distancing.

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Support from TLC

23 Mar 2020 - 13:01 by michelle.foster

TLC St LukesTLC the mental health charity based in Ardwick have currently closed all Drop-in sessions until further notice. TLC have taken this action following Government and Health advice regarding Covid 19. TLC are operating a telephone service for current clients were they are telephoning them on a weekly basis to offer support.

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Military charity announces mental wellbeing training in Manchester

19 Feb 2020 - 12:16 by michelle.foster

Royal Air Forces AssociationFamilies of serving RAF personnel and veterans in Manchester who are finding life tough will be offered unique training to help them identify, and deal with, the symptoms of poor mental wellbeing.

The Royal Air Forces Association, the charity that supports the welfare of the RAF family, is offering mental wellbeing awareness training at venues across the UK, including in Manchester.

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Hearing voices and unusual experiences group in Hulme

24 Jan 2020 - 11:13 by michelle.foster

Hearing voices? Seeing visions? Other unusual beliefs or perceptions?

A new supportive community where we can talk openly about our experiences has been started.

The group meets every week and is facilitated by members of the local hearing voices network.

The group will meet every Wednesday at 2pm at the NIAMOS Center, Warwick St, Manchester, M15 5EU.

You are welcome to attend this open group.

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Suicide Bereavement UK's 9th International Conference 'Suicide Bereavement: Using Our Collective Voice’

24 September, 2020 (All day)

The Suicide Bereavement UK and Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust are collaborating for the 9th year running to host Suicide Bereavement UK's International Conference. This conference will focus on vulnerable subgroups amongst those bereaved by suicide and taboo issues directly associated with such deaths. Please note, over 400 people from 9 countries usually attend this annual event and it is always over-subscribed. You are advised you to register early to avoid disappointment.

Cost: £140 + booking fee + VAT

Staff from Depaul UK, Greater Manchester region, worked with Manchester Art Gallery’s mental health and well-being team to co-curate an art exhibition

5 Dec 2019 - 14:49 by michelle.foster

DepaulThe And Breathe exhibition explores how people can interact with art to nurture their mental and emotional wellbeing.

It also considers the theme of care, particularly how we care for ourselves and our communities.

To understand the role a gallery can play in supporting those who care for others, Manchester Art Gallery asked the Depaul UK team to take part in a series of mindfulness sessions at the gallery.

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