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  1. Housing-related Support

    This area of the directory is currently under development - You can still explore all areas of the directory for housing-related support, and read more about what it means on our main website.
  2. What's new on the Local Offer?

    Welcome to What's new on  Local Offer. Please click on view all services, to find the newest services, organisations and information we've recently added. Please note this information will be updated regularly.
  3. How to use the Local Offer

    Are you new to the Local Offer? Are you a parent? Come to our Local Offer drop-in's thoughout Manchester for a demonstration of how to use the local offer. We have drop in's in the North, Central & South of the city.  Are you a professional?…
  4. Local Offer- You Said, We Did

    There’s lots of ways to feedback to us about the local offer, including SEND services, and the services  you need and use in your local area. By phone 0161 209 8356 By email: localoffer@manchester.gov.uk Manchester Parent Carer Forum & SEND Services Dropin Take a look…
  5. Multi Agency Domestic Abuse Toolkit

    Do you work with people who may be experiencing domestic violence and abuse?The toolkit will hopefully make your job easier, by giving information you need to advise on matters such as legal advice and housing options, in one easy to find document.  View the toolkit…
  6. Cancer: end of life care

    There isn't any universal advice on how to come to terms with a life-threatening illness.  Each person will deal with their situation in their own way. Some people take on activities and challenges. Others prefer to spend their time quietly with family, friends or on their own. A terminal diagnosis…
  7. The risks of drinking too much

    Regularly drinking more than 14 units a week risks damaging your health. Fourteen units is equivalent to six pints of average-strength beer or 10 small glasses of low-strength wine.   New evidence around the health harms from regular drinking have emerged in recent years. There is now a better understanding…
  8. Caring for older relatives

    Looking after an older disabled relative can have practical, financial and emotional challenges. But help and support is available. The Carers Trust answers some of your common questions on where to find practical and emotional support. I've just started to care for an older relative. What help…
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