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    PAPYRUS Prevention of Young Suicide

    HOPELineUK is a confidential support and advice service for: Young people under the age of 35 who may be having thoughts of suicide Anyone concerned a young person may be having thoughts of suicide.  A HOPELineUK advisor will hear about the things that are happening in…

    People First Community Support

    Who can apply? Manchester residents or those with a local connection aged 16+ with mental health issues, who are at risk of losing their accommodation, and/or need short term support to help them maintain or establish their independence. We also provide resettlement support to people…

    Physical Activity Referral Service (PARS)

    PARS helps people living with long term health conditions to increase their levels of physical activity in a safe and structured environment. The service provides health screening and advice as well as access to exercise sessions led by highly qualified exercise professionals. The sessions are run…

    PRAMMBS (Psychiatric Referral, Assessment and Management of Mothers and Babies Service)

    PRAMMBS (Psychiatric Referral, Assessment and Management of Mothers and Babies Service) Northwest is a regional service for childbearing women with moderate to severe mental health problems.The unit consists of Andersen Ward, a purpose-built inpatient and day care unit, and a Specialist Perinatal Outpatient Clinic. There…

    Priory Hospital Altrincham

    The hospital provides a peaceful, welcoming and homely feel, and offers the perfect environment for adults and young people to receive specialist treatment for a range of mental health challenges, including addictions, depression, anxiety, stress and eating disorders.

    Priory Hospital Cheadle Royal

    Priory Hospital Cheadle Royal offers a range of comprehensive inpatient mental health services for young people and adults, in a safe and supportive environment. The services at Cheadle Royal include: Acute mental health service Psychiatric intensive care units (PICUs) Child and adolescent mental health service…

    Priory Wellbeing Centre Manchester

    Priory Wellbeing Centre Manchester offers exceptional outpatient therapy and treatment for a wide range of mental health conditions, including depression, anxiety, stress, and eating disorders as well as a dedicated young people’s service, all set within a peaceful, yet convenient location.

    Rainbow Living

    Rainbow Personnel specialises in the provision of Specialist Residential Care Home and Supported Living Services for Individuals with Learning Disability and/or Autism with Complex Needs or Comorbid Diagnosis providing tailored Care and Support according to the needs of the Individual. We provide a robust, structured…

    Rethink Mental Illness Advice Line

    Rethink provides information on schizophrenia and other severe mental illness, campaigning for better services for the mentally ill. The National Advice Service has information and experience about services and rights. If you have a question or need advice, the service is staffed by experienced advisors…

    Rethink Mental Illness Manchester Support Group

    Who are we? We are a support group for anyone in Manchester who is affected by mental health problems, whether through lived experience or through a family member/friend. When do we meet? Second Thursday of every month 6.00pm - 7.30pm