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How to help ourselves and find help

Accessible Information and Support

Sunset photo.jpg

"Sunsets remind me that there is beauty in the world and encourage me to go outside and experience it"

Photograph taken & quote written by young person, aged 16 years

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Local Services

In Tameside & Glossop there is a children and young peoples service providing mental health and wellbeing support.

Community Hive Partnership, launched in March 2022 is provided by Tameside, Oldham and Glossop Mind with 42nd Street.

The infographic above highlights the vision for this service. For more information on what is available see links to local providers below.

Community Hive Partnership
(see infographic above)

Providing drop-ins and mental health interventions across the community

Community Hive Partnership
(see infographic above)

Providing opportunities for young people to express their voice and shape local service development.

Youth Leadership Board & School Programmes

Supporting young people in social action and change, including life skills & other community activities.

Creative Wellbeing Workshops & Groups

Offering therapeutic and creative activities.

Online wellbeing community

Digital platform providing online chat, articles and wellbeing journals.

Specialist mental health services for children & young people

Providing support on a range of mental health difficulties and diagnoses.

List of local services providing support to children and families

Services include:

  • Youth clubs

  • School nurse health advice line

  • Youth Mentoring team

  • Children's centres

Support for young people and families with additional needs.

Providing families actitives, information and support for parents & carers of young people with additional needs or disabilities.

Supporting diversity & inclusion

Providing a safe space and trusted information for young people, parents & carers.

Championing young people and their rights.

Providing support, information, youth network and blog supporting young people, parents & carers.

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