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Manchester Action on Street Health (MASH)

A range of services for women sex workers. Advice and support on addictions, sexual health, debts, domestic violence and homelessness. Sexual health Clinic. Needle exchange. Free condoms.

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Home-Start Manchester South

Home-Start in Manchester recruits and trains local parent volunteers to provide weekly emotional and practical home visiting support to families with at least one child under the age of 5 years.

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Manchester Carers Centre

Advice, information, advocacy and support for carers. Support line with advice on benefits, care, disability, mental health, learning disability, transport and mobility, Money Matters service, Breaks for carers, Grants for breaks (subject to meeting requirements), training and activities for carers.

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Carers Trust 4all

Range of practical and emotional support for carers and people with care needs. Carer support workers offer respite care in people's own homes, enabling the carer to have a break. Specialist services include the Crossroads Macmillan palliative care service, a young carers project, Take-a-Break group and a social skills group for people with Asperger's.

First Asian Support Trust (FAST) Ltd

Range of services for people with physical, sensory and learning disabilities and their carers. Drop-in centre. Training, advice and information, and educational resources. Home help service. Job brokerage for disabled people. Translation and interpreting service.

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Manchester Metropolitan Students Union Advice Centre

We provide a wide range of information and advice on Student Funding/Academic/Housing/Debt/Money/Wellbeing Issues for student’s studying at Manchester Met University

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University of Manchester Legal Advice Centre

Free legal advice for anyone in the local community, regardless of whether they are eligible for Legal Aid. Cover a wide range of legal issues, including : Family, Employment, Landlord/Tenant, Wills and probate, Mental capacity law (that being dementia). Please note – primarily available during university term times only with skeleton service at other times of the year. Opening times: Term-time only. • Beginning of October – two weeks prior to Christmas holiday • End January – Mid/End March (dependent on Spring break periods). Advice is given in a written advice letter after a client interview with student volunteers under the supervision of a practicing lawyer. The LAC is unable to offer advice over the phone or by email.

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Equality Advisory Support Service

Helpline providing advice and information on equalities or discrimination issues covering race, age, disability, gender, sexual orientation, religion and belief issues. Advice and information also on human rights issues.

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Gateway Money And Debt Advice

Local Community service providing money & debt advice with bespoke money education programmes

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Mustard Tree

Since 1994, Mustard Tree has transformed the lives of people in Greater Manchester who are trapped in poverty or homelessness, by enabling them to gain the skills and self-confidence they need to reach their full potential. ur focus is on tackling both the causes and consequences of poverty by offering: Provision - When people are in crisis we offer food, clothing and furniture. By meeting their basic needs we establish a relationship of trust, and open the door of welcome, hope and possibility. / Progression - We offer life-skills, training, volunteering, education, mentoring and employment opportunities to help people to increase their resilience, and enable them to escape poverty and homelessness – for good.

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