NHS Mental health
Find information and support for your mental health.
NHS: Mental health
Free anonymous online chat for young people to discuss their mental health issues.
Urdu and Punjabi helpline
A dedicated, confidential service in Urdu or Punjabi provided as part of the Greater Manchester Domestic Abuse Helpline for anyone experiencing or has experienced domestic abuse.
0161 636 7525
42nd Street is an innovative Greater Manchester young people’s mental health charity with 38 years’ experience of providing free and confidential services to young people who are experiencing difficulties with their mental health and emotional wellbeing.
0161 228 7321
Self Help provide a range of support, services and opportunities, across the North West of England, for people living with mental health problems such as anxiety, depression, phobias and panic attacks.
0161 226 3871
Young Minds are the UK’s leading charity fighting for children and young people’s mental health. Find out more about them, their mission and how they work.
Right From the Start
For people experiencing psychosis for the first time. Getting the right support early to deal with mental difficulties improves prospects for recovery. Indeed that’s why early intervention in psychosis services developed.
JNR8 Youth and Community Centre
One-to-one support and mentoring, cooking workshops for healthy eating and other youth projects for people aged 11–18 years. Support for whatever issues you may have, including relationships, homelessness, drugs and alcohol and behaviour.
Shining a Light on Suicide
They want to support you if you are bereaved by suicide or concerned that someone you know may be thinking of suicide.
Living Life To The Full
Living Life To The Full is one of the most used resources for improving feelings, beating stress and boosting ability to live well. We want as many people as possible from across Greater Manchester to also enjoy these benefits. So we’ve made Living Life To The Full easily available, totally free of charge, for all residents.
The work of the charity is based on a belief that people can recover from severe mood problems and move on to lead happier and fuller lives. From its centre in Manchester, Moodswings reaches out across the north west and beyond with a message of real hope and optimism for individuals and their families and friends.