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Connecting You Learning and Employment Support Fund

We are sorry but applications have now closed for the Connecting You Learning and Employment Support Fund. However, due to the success of this funding it may be back in the near future. Please check at a later date. You may be interested in the Connecting…

Greater Manchester Crisis Care Pathway

This is an exciting development that will make a real difference to children and young people who are experiencing a mental health crisis.   A young person experiencing a crisis may be a threat to themselves or others through self-harm, suicide or aggression. Or they…

Connecting You Seed Fund

We are sorry but applications have now closed for the Connecting You Seed Fund. However, due to the success of this funding it may be back in the near future. Please check at a later date. For further information please see the Action Together website…

Keep warm, keep well

Cold weather can affect your health, find out how to keep yourself well and your home warm during the winter.

Emergencies

You should dial 999 in an emergency to request the police, fire or ambulance service. For less urgent calls please contact: 101 - Non emergency police number 111 - Non emergency medical number

Hepatitis

Hepatitis is the term used to describe inflammation of the liver. It's usually the result of a viral infection or liver damage caused by drinking alcohol. There are several different types of hepatitis, most of which are outlined below. Some types will pass without any serious problems, while…

About dementia

If you're becoming increasingly forgetful, particularly if you're over the age of 65, it may be a good idea to talk to your GP about the early signs of dementia. As you get older, you may find memory loss becomes a problem. It's normal for your memory…

Drug addiction: getting help

If you need treatment for drug addiction, you're entitled to NHS care in the same way as anyone else who has a health problem. With the right help and support, it's possible for you to get drug free and stay that way.

Hearing loss

Hearing loss can be temporary or permanent. It often comes on gradually as you get older, but it can sometimes happen suddenly. See your GP if you notice any problems with your hearing so you can find out the cause and get advice on treatment.

Blindness and vision loss

In the UK, there are almost 2 million people living with sight loss. Of these, around 360,000 are registered as blind or partially sighted. Being told you have a visual impairment that can't be treated can be difficult to come to terms with. Some people go through a…
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