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We have temporarily postponed our community drop-in groups until further notice.

Minds Matter ‘Call In Service’ is a new telephone support service, which is open between 10.00am-2.00pm from Monday to Friday on 0161 470 6100.

This is for Tameside & Glossop residents who are experiencing low mood and anxiety where social issues are a factor but who are not already open to mental health services

Calls will be answered by Peer Support Workers who offer direct support and/ or signposting and, where appropriate, you can access a Mental Wellbeing Practitioner.

Minds Matter is connected into the whole mental health system, so can also support into the wide range of mental health support and services as required.

Minds Matter helps with everyday issues that affect your mental wellbeing.

We have a team of Mental Wellbeing Practitioners, Peer Support Workers and Counsellors who can help you to manage and overcome your difficulties.

We are friendly and approachable, and will make sure that you see the right person who can help.

We can help you:

– Address current problems
– Gain a new understanding of your difficulties and develop new ways of coping
– Make positive changes in your life
– Talk about your difficulties in a non-judgemental and supportive environment.

Click here download the Mind Matter leaflet.

Click here to view the Minds Matter Privacy Notice.

Opening times:
Monday to Friday from 9am to 4:30pm
To access the service you can call us or speak to your GP.
Minds Matter

Coronavirus update

In light of the current situation, we are making changes to the way we deliver services at the moment. One-to-one appointments that would normally be delivered face-to-face will now take place over the phone or through video call. There is no need to call us to confirm – your regular point of contact will call you at the time your appointment was scheduled.

We are also no longer holding groups inside. We’re currently arranging alternatives where possible through considering walking or virtual groups. Please contact your group facilitator, or the centre where the group runs from, for more information.

If you’re worried, think you may have symptoms of Coronavirus or want further information, see the latest advice from Public Health England.

Finally, if you’re struggling through self-isolation, please don’t feel alone. There are local community groups being created all over the country, which you can find here. Alternatively, you can call our community centres in your local area, which you can find here.