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Bury District CAB - Radcliffe

Advice and information on a range of issues, including benefits and welfare rights, consumer issues, employment and housing rights, legal issues, money and debt. Specialist help in housing, welfare benefits and debt.

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Healthy Minds: Bury

Part of the national Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) programme, this service offers a range of help and support options for people experiencing common mental health difficulties such as low mood, stress, panic attacks, anxiety and depression. Support is also provided to people living with the effects of long term, physical health conditions and chronic pain. Treatments include: online self-help courses, 1-2-1 therapy sessions, group workshops as well as mindfulness courses.

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Jobcentre Plus - Bury

Combined jobsearch and benefits service for people of working age. Personal advisers assist with jobsearch activities and benefits claims. Access to Jobpoint terminals for information on job vacancies. Part of the Department for Work and Pensions' Jobcentre Plus network.

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Greater Manchester Coalition of Disabled People

Campaigns for the rights of disabled people throughout Greater Manchester. Provides information, advice and support and runs a young disabled people's forum. Also produces a bi-monthly information bulletin, a quarterly magazine and a range of books and resource packs.

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Nugent - Housing Support Unit

Housing Support Unit provides a homeless accommodation service with an expected length of stay of up to 6 months. The service provides support for clients to develop the skills to move on to their own independent tenancies. Referrals to the service must be completed via The Mainstay System - contact number 0151 600 3547. Starter packs such as bedding, pots and pans etc can be accessed for our clients via our fund raising.

Bury Metropolitan Borough Council - Homeless Section

Assessment of entitlement to housing for people who are homeless or threatened with homelessness. Provision of housing for people considered in priority need of housing. Temporary accommodation may be available while enquiries are made about eligibility. General housing advice and information for private and council tenants and homeless people. Out of hours emergencies phone 0161 253 6606.

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Refugee Action - North West (Manchester)

Advice and information for asylum seekers and refugees. Freephone telephone advice for asylum seekers and refugees and for agencies working with asylum seekers and refugees - 0808 8000 631 Mon-Fri 10am-4pm. Choices project offers advice, information and support to asylum seekers and refugees considering voluntary return.

The Fed (Federation of Jewish Services) - Manchester

At any one time, The Fed is supporting many hundreds of people of all ages living in their own homes or in our care home for older people at Heathlands Village. The Fed’s 350+ social workers, support workers, case workers, nurses, social care workers, care assistants, coordinators and behind-the-scenes staff, together with over 400 volunteers, provide care, advice and support through a range of projects and departments: Carers' Support Services l Community Care Team l Day Services l Drop In Mental Health Services l Moorview Supported Independent Living l Nursing Care l Palliative Care l Project Smile Play and Learn Service l The Purple Cafe (Community Cafe) l l Residential Care l South Manchester Project l Volunteer Support Services. Together these services make up one fantastic charity which is not replicated anywhere else in the UK

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Early Break

Drug and alcohol service providing treatment and support for young people under 18yrs (Bury) 21yrs (Rochdale). Advice, information, assessment, individual support. Structured day care activities. Advocacy. Outreach service providing street-based work evenings and some weekends. Access to alternative therapies. Work with youth offending teams. Holding Families Programme: Award winning programme, offering support to families affected by parental substance.

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At Gaddum, we treat everyone as individuals. We really get to know those we help, immersing ourselves in their world to offer a range of support that’s right for them. Our promise of personalised support is made possible by our breadth and depth of knowledge, developed through our unwavering commitment to the local people of Greater Manchester. Our experience listening to generation after generation, for nearly 200 years, has taught us the importance of considering not just the individual but also the relationships around them. Our innovative approach means we are able to not only build resilience, but identify further risks and offer preventive support now and in the future. At Gaddum, we believe that by supporting individuals, we can ultimately help support entire communities.

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