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Manchester Mind

Manchester Mind (formerly the Harp Project) is a local voluntary sector organisation providing services to people in Manchester. We are committed to improving the lives of people with mental health needs.

Services include an Advice Service for adults over 16 years of age and a Community Cafe.

Servcies are for Manchester residents who have mental health issues. Visit the website for further details.

Where to Go

Name of venue
Zion Community Centre
Venue address
339
Stretford Road
Hulme
Manchester
Postcode
M15 4ZY
Additional Notes

Advice drop-ins on Monday from 1pm to 4pm, Thursday 10am to 1pm.

There will be someone from Manchester Mind at a desk in the main reception to the Zion Centre. Make sure you give your name to them when you arrive so that you are not kept waiting unnecessarily.  

Advice can help with welfare benefits, debt and housing.

 

Other Details

Referral required?
No
Referral and availability notes

The Advice drop-ins do not need a referrakl. You can turn up during the sessions and let the person on the Manchester Mind desk know you have come for advice.

Volunteering is also available. You can refer yourself via phone, email or in person at the Manchester Mind café in the Zion Centre, Hulme.

Supporting people with:
Mental health conditions

Who to Contact

Telephone
0161 769 5732
Email
info@manchestermind.org
Website
http://www.manchestermind.org
Additional Notes

Advice drop-ins on Monday from 1pm to 4pm, Thursday 10am to 1pm.

There will be someone from Manchester Mind at a desk in the main reception to the Zion Centre. Make sure you give your name to them when you arrive so that you are not kept waiting unnecessarily.  

Advice can help with welfare benefits, debt and housing.

 

Last Updated: 05/09/2019