Rochdale and District Mind
We are still here
Our offices may be closed but we are working hard to support the communities of Rochdale, Middleton and Heywood with their mental health and wellbeing.
We understand that the current situation may be a causing concern and anxiety for people. We are changing how we deliver our services and we will continue to support our communities.
Our Wellbeing Coordinators are contacting our current clients to check on their wellbeing and letting them know we are there for them.
Information Line 01706 752 338
Our information line remains open for people to access support with their mental health and wellbeing. We are also able to signpost to other services in the area for additional support.
We are keeping up to date on local services so we can provide accurate and current information to the public including who is open and what services they are offering. We are also looking in to new services that have started to support for people who are self isolating.
Online cCBT Courses
Beating the Blues is a computerised cognitive-behavioural therapy programme for individuals with mild to moderate depression and/or anxiety. New and existing clients can access this in their own homes to help them cope during isolation.
Our website is open to new referrals. All our new clients will receive an initial assessment over the phone with a Wellbeing Coordinator to discuss how we can support them and signpost to additional services if required. The self-referral form can be access here www.rochdalemind.org.uk/refer
We are following the latest advice from the government and also from National Mind. As the current restrictions will be in place for 3 weeks, we will review our situation on Tuesday 14th April. Our website will continue to be updated, so please do check it.
We provide a range of services to support people with mild to moderate mental health and wellbeing issues in the Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale area. Our services are designed by people with lived experience for service users. We are focused on wellbeing and recovery, and have a person centred approach in supporting people to lead fulfilling lives.
Our projects are unique and designed to meet the needs of different people from the age of 12 and upwards. Our services incorporate different types of information and support based on different projects and personal needs.
Everything you disclose to us will be treated in the strictest confidence, and will not be shared with any other organisations without your permission.
For further information or to refer to Rochdale and District Mind Services please visit www.rochdalemind.org.uk (external link).
We offer a range of holistic and therapeutic sessions including art groups, creative writing and tai amongst much more. Our support groups are tailored around men or women only, alongside specific anxiety and depression groups.
For more information please visit our Wellbeing Services (External link)
This service provides one-to-one, and group sessions to people over the age of 18. Telephone counselling is also available from August 2019.
For more information please visit our Counselling services (External link)
Open Young Minds is a confidential young person’s service. We provide support for young people aged 12 to 21 years old, who have mild to moderate emotional health issues.
For more information please visit our Open Young Minds Project (External link)
The service caters for people aged 16+ who face challenges accessing physical activity in the borough. The aim is to encourage participation in a range of sport and physical activities with the help of a Sport Connector.
For more information please visit our Get Active 4 Life page (External link)
Rochdale and District Mind aims to work with people who have been involved in the criminal justice system to improve their Mental Health and Wellbeing.
For more information please visit our Rochdale Offenders Mental Health page (External link)
A group for ‘Survivors by Survivors’ (two separate groups). A 12 week programme where you will have the opportunity to talk in a safe place and not be judged.
Empowerment, Surviving and Thriving.
Also available is a ‘Female Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse Support Group’ – This is run by survivors. Come along, have a chat with other survivors in a safe place where you will not be judged. If you’ve had counselling and feel you need extra support, then this is the place to be.
Please contact Jeanette 07896 156413 or Open Mind team on 01706 752352 for further information.
We offer a range of training opportunities for people who want to learn more about mental health and suicide awareness. Some of our courses are free, others are for a small fee.
For more information please visit our Training and Education page (External link)
Who's it for?
People with dementia, their carers, family and friends.
What we do
This service aims to empower and support individuals and families from all backgrounds to access appropriate services and support at the right time for them, and work towards tailoring dementia care services to all sections of the community in the borough of Rochdale.
The Shifa worker is offering support to people living in the community with memory loss issues or a diagnosis of dementia, as well as their carers and family members to enhance their ability to care better and live well in the community.
The service offers information, advice, guidance, support and dementia awareness to clients and also signposts them to partner agencies if required.
Mind Wellbeing Centre, 3-11 Drake Street, Rochdale OL16 1RE
Office opening times: Monday to Thursday 9am to 5pm and Friday 9am to 4pm.
Tel: 01706 752340 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit our Facebook page for local training and events information https://www.facebook.com/RochdaleandDistrictMind/
Who to contact
Where to go
- Name of venue
- Mind Wellbeing Centre
- Venue address
3-11 Drake Street
- OL16 1RE
Time / Date Details
- When is it on
- Monday to Thursday 9am to 5pm and Friday 9am to 4pm