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Rochdale Boroughwide Housing - Homelessness Section

Assessment of homeless applicants under the Housing Act. Provision of temporary accommodation, advice and information. Out of hours emergencies phone 0300 303 8875.

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Bangladesh Association and Community Project

Information, advice, form filling and advovacy service covering a range of issues including housing, health, employment, education and welfare benefits.

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Living Well

Commissioned by Rochdale Borough Council, Living Well is here to help you make healthy lifestyle changes that will improve both your health and wellbeing. Services are free to use for anyone living the borough who want to work towards getting more active and/or reach a healthier weight, reduce smoking or drinking, tackle anxiety and low mood as well as find a healthier lifestyle for the whole family. Health specialists, trainers, coaches and volunteers focus on you and your family’s strengths to help you make changes and work with to make those changes happen. Living Well work towards preventing long-term ill health linked to lifestyle choices and confront barriers to lifestyle changes such as disability, mental ill-health, homelessness, deprivation and joblessness.

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Petrus Hub

To accommodate people who are homeless or would otherwise be at risk of homelessness and who are in need of and accepting of support in their transition to independent living. To be accountable to stakeholders and funders, including the local authority and referral agents, and ensure that our supported housing is provided for people in the greatest need. To make optimum use of the property and minimise void losses, allowing that lettings may be deferred to allocate rooms appropriately taking into account the specific needs of service users. To ensure equality of opportunity in the selection and allocation of accommodation. To assist the local housing authority in their duties towards homeless vulnerable people.

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New Life Debt Advice Service

Local Community service providing money/debt advice

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Self Help Services - Zion Centre Peer Support

A variety of self-help initiatives including self-help groups (depression, anxiety & social phobia), structured courses for self-esteem, depression, anxiety and emotional wellbeing, a complementary therapy clinic, computerised cognitive behavioural therapy, primary care mental health service, gun and knife crime clinic.

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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.

Rochdale and District Mind - Listening Lounge

The Listening Lounge provides a safe, comfortable and confidential space that is open out of normal working hours to support anyone over the age of 18 face to face with their mental wellbeing. This service has a worker who will follow up one to one with clients the following day and refer into other relevant support they may need such as housing, drugs/ alcohol, benefits, debt. The client will then be supported with mental health in their journey to recovery. This services aims to support individuals who may have previously accessed A&E and or potentially be admitted on to a mental health ward. The out of hours drop in element allows individuals to access help when it is needed in a none clinical setting and to avoid escalation. We would value your support in referring in to this service and spreading the word about this valuable support. This is a free walk in or self-referral service that is run by staff and volunteers at Rochdale & District Mind, in partnership with local NHS services. Referrals from professionals are welcome with consent from client.

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Advocacy Together Hub Rochdale

Mental Health Services: Generic/Parent Advocacy

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