• Are you feeling anxious, stressed, or low at this time? Helping you find the right support in Stockport 
    If you prefer to access support online: 
    If you prefer to speak to someone: 

    If you would like help with challenges, such as money, to reduce or stop using housing, food supply, loneliness, drugs, drinking alcohol 18+ 
    SilverCloud Online therapy for residents aged 18 and over 

    Open Door - 18+ mental health helpline 
    caring responsibilities: 
    or gambling: 
    26+ with online programmes that can help ease 
    For any Stockport resident aged 18 and over. stress levels, improve sleep or build resilience. 
    Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. https://gm.silvercloudhealth.com/ 
    Call 0800 138 7276 or email opendoorstockport@makingspace.co.uk (email monitored 10am to 8pm, 7 days a week) 

  • The Big White Wall 24/7 anonymous support for anyone in Stockport aged 16 or over. www.bigwhitewall.com 
    Shout - 24/7 text service Chat with trained crisis volunteers by text message. Simply text SHOUT to 85258 

  • Signpost for Carers Confidential information and support to unwaged carers in Stockport 11-18 
    0-25 Call 0161 442 0442 Mon to Fri 8am to 4pm, 
    or 0161 947 4690 for the Young Carers Team www.signpostforcarers.org.uk/who-we-are 

  • The Prevention Alliance Provides support in working through challenges you may face. Call 0161 474 1042 Mon to Fri 9am to 4.30pm. If you are deaf, text 07539 468 560 https://stockporttpa.co.uk/ 

  • Bereavement Greater Manchester Service Support and information for anyone bereaved. Call 0161 983 0902. Mon to Fri 9am to 5pm,Wed 9am to 8pm. Every Mind Matters Advice and practical tips.

  • Stockport Council Coronavirus helpline Call 0161 217 6046 Mon to Fri 9am to 5pm, Sat and Bank Holidays 10am to 4pm. For links to information on a range of issues, visit: www.stockport.gov.uk/ vulnerable people coronavirus.

  • Samaritans - call 116 123. Available 24/7. SHOUT text SHOUT to 85258. Hopeline UK – if you’re under 35 – call 0800 068 41 41 - 9am to 10pm 

  • START Team Help you access alcohol and /or drug support/treatment. Call 0161 474 3141 or email START@stockport.gov.uk 

    Free, confidential support for people 25 and under who need help with drug or alcohol issues themselves or to cope with parents who misuse substances. Kooth 
    Call 0161 218 1100. 
    Online counselling and emotional wellbeing support for young people aged 11-18. www.kooth.com 

  • Viaduct Care Wellbeing and Self-care service If you’re over 18, speak to your GP receptionist for a referral, which offers telephone and online support for those registered with a Stockport GP 

  • Shining a Light on Suicide Greater Manchester website with resources and support for anyone concerned about suicide www.shiningalightonsuicide.org.uk 

  • Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust: weekdays, 2pm to 10pm weekends. 
    If you are already in the care Dial 999 – in a life-threatening 
    of Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust, you emergency. 
    can ring 0333 200 4339 (24 hours a day). 

  • Emotional Wellbeing Hub 
    Information, advice, and guidance for anyone up to the age of 25. Call 0161 217 6028. 8.30am to 5pm Monday to Thursday 8.30am to 4.30pm on Friday. 

    Living Life to the Full Online courses and resources covering low mood, stress and resilience. www.gmhealthhub.org/feeling 

  • Gambling Advice and support for anyone affected by problem gambling. www.gamcare.org.uk www.begambleaware.org
    National Gambling Helpline. Available 24/7 0808 8020 133

  • Domestic Abuse
     If you are experiencing domestic abuse call: 
    . Stockport Without Abuse 0161 477 4294. 
    MASSH (multi agency safeguarding & support hub 0161 217 6028. 

  • Self help Stockport 
    Stockport Adult Social Care 0161 217 6029. 
    Additional Help & Support: 
    Online, interactive e-therapy and talking therapies. https://www.selfhelpservices.org.uk/ service/stockport-etherapy-service-2 or call 0161 480 2020 Mon-Fri 9-5pm 
    Links to more support in Stockport 

  • More online resources for support with self-help, peer support, and details about local organisations, as well as national support and helpline numbers can be found here: www.stockport.gov.uk/ wellbeing coronavirus The page includes a link to further resources specific to 

    Stockport Healthy Minds 
    children and young people. 
    Telephone support and treatment for people over 16 registered with a Stockport GP. Complete the online form or speak to your GP to access the service https://www.penninecare.nhs.uk/services/stockport-healthy-minds 

  • Mind.Org Please click here - Coronavirus and your wellbeing.


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