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CRY-SIS Helpline

Cry-sis provide self-help information and support to families with excessively crying, sleepless and unsettled babies. Cry-sis operate a national telephone helpline where parents can speak to trained volunteers who have had personal experience of crying or sleep problems within their own family. The Cry-sis website…

Customer Service Centre at Manchester Town Hall Extension (Entrance on Mount Street)

The Customer Service Centre can help residents to access a range of our services, including: Housing Benefit and Council Tax Planning and Building Control Homelessness services Licensing and taxi licensing Payments counters The centre is not only a one-stop shop for our services - it…

Diabetes UK

The Diabetes UK Helpline is a dedicated diabetes helpline for all people with diabetes, their family or friends, and people who are worried they might be at risk. The confidential helpline is staffed by trained counsellors who have extensive knowledge of diabetes. They can provide information…

Didsbury Good Neighbours: Volunteering Opportunities

Didsbury Good Neighbours is a local neighbourhood care group, based in South Manchester. A registered charity, run by local people, we are funded by Manchester City Council and our own fundraising efforts.  We promote valuing older people and offer opportunities for isolated people to meet…

Didsbury Jobcentre Plus

Jobcentre Plus provides practical support and financial advice about benefits, tax credits, childcare, training, work and looking for a job. Jobcentre Plus is a part of the Department for Work and Pensions. Jobcentre Plus have personal advisors who can give you advice that is based…

Digital Technology (City Centre) - Wai Yin Society

Wai Yin recognises that technology opens doors to education and employment and shines a light towards the future. Wai Yin provides free and accessible computer services to all communities in Greater Manchester. We aim to encourage everybody to use modern communication technologies. There are over…

Divorce & Family Law Advice and Information

Free Divorce and Family Law Information  The Oratto website contains informatation and guides on a wide range of family law matters, including: Divorce Civil partnership dissolution Cohabitation separation Financial settlements Disagreements over financial settlements  Child arrangements (sometimes still called custody and access) Disagreements over child…

Divorce Aid

Divorce AidTM is an independent group of professionals here to help you. Whatever your situation and wherever you are, their volunteers hope to provide divorce advice, support and information on any matter concerning you. The welfare of the child is paramount and they promote mediation…

Domestic Violence Support for Women from the Wai Yin Society

Wai Yin  Society was founded by a group of Chinese Women, concerned that the needs and ambitions of Chinese women in the UK were underrepresented.  Although we have developed our services to cater for both men and women and for other BME ethnic minority groups,…

Down's Syndrome: South Manchester Down's Syndrome Support Group (SMDSSG)

The South Manchester Down's Syndrome Support Group is for familes of children and young people who have Down's syndrome. We meet regularly and are open to anyone who wants to come along. Sharing Ideas Many of us have found that meeting with other parents/carers can be supportive…