Support to stay healthy
The Be Well service can support you to make those small changes that can have big benefits to your health and wellbeing. Get in touch to make an appointment or for more information on telephone 0161 716 2000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Free Adult Cycle Training courses are available for everyone interested in starting or improving their cycling. For more information go to: http://betterbycycle.eventbrite.co.uk.
Tameside Council’s website contains lots of useful links and documents to improve your lifestyle and wellbeing. You can also get in touch with the Health & Wellbeing Service on 0161 342 2212 and read more on their website: http://www.tameside.gov.uk/health.
Health Watch Tameside can help you if you have concerns or feedback about the health services in Tameside. Read more on their website: http://www.healthwatchtameside.co.uk/.
Active Tameside is a sports trust that offers a wide range of sport, exercise, gym and swim courses and activities. Read more on their website: www.activetameside.com.
Support with mental and emotional problems
Healthy Minds helps you if you are struggling with worry, anxiety, low mood or depression. You can now self-refer to the NHS psychological services provided by Pennine Care. You can ring them on 0161 716 4242 or see their website for more information: www.penninecare.nhs.uk/healthyminds.
Sanctuary is a group that provides help and support day and night. Call them on 0300 003 7029 even if you are in a crisis.
Tameside, Oldham and Glossop Mind provide a range of activities and services that promote mental and physical well-being. See how they can help you on their website: www.togmind.org.
Support for drugs and alcohol abuse
If you have drug or alcohol problems, Lifeline can help you. Go to 111-113 Old Street, Ashton-U-Lyne, OL6 7RL, ring them on 0161 672 9420 or go to their website: http://www.lifeline.org.uk/looking-for-help/.
Support to manage your finances
NHS Money Worries site gives lots of useful and practical advice and tools and information on where to get support if money worries are making you feel unwell. Read more on the website: http://www.nhs.uk/Tools/Pages/Money-worries.aspx.
Mint, the Money Information Network in Tameside, provides information and advice on financial matters to people living in Tameside. See how they can help you on their website: http://mintameside.org.uk/.
The Money Advice Service has a tool which can help you stay on top of your finances if you are receiving or need to start receiving Universal Credits. See more here: https://obs.moneyadviceservice.org.uk/.
Support to get a job
Job Centre Plus can help you with advice on getting a job. Visit them in Ashton on 101 Old Street, Ashton-under-Lyne, OL6 6BJ or ring them on 0845 604 3719. For general benefit enquiries call 0845 608 8526.
The National Careers Service provides information, advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work. See their website for details: https://nationalcareersservice.direct.gov.uk/.
Asylum, Immigration and Citizenship
A one-stop page full of useful information for Tameside’s Asylum Seekers, Refugees and those who support them: https://www.tameside.gov.uk/asylumandimmigration
English 4 All offer British Citizenship test training in Manchester in the form of Life in the UK /B1/A1/A2 test training. They also offer a English-Bangla translation and interpretation service. Call 07378603426 or visit their website www.theenglish4all.com for more information.