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Find out what services are available to you in your area.

Feelings

Healthy Schools Team

Manchester Healthy Schools have been working in partnership with Manchester schools for over 20 years – tackling health inequalities and improving the health and wellbeing of children and young people. The team are part of the School Health Service and work in partnership with the School Nursing Service to support a whole school approach to health and wellbeing. There are 7 thematic areas within the Healthy Schools team which are: Healthy Lifestyles, Social and Emotional Health, Mental Health and Wellbeing, Relationships and Sex Education, Drugs and Alcohol Education, Unintentional Injury Prevention and Personal Social and Health Education (PSHE).

T: 0161 946 8270

E: healthyschool.training@mft.nhs.uk

W: Visit Healthy Schools Team website

School Nurse Service South

The School Nurse Service supports and promotes the health and wellbeing of all school-aged children. The service is provided by qualified nurses and School Nurse Assistants who offer support including health promotion, Parent drop-ins, support with Early Help and are available on ChatHealth via a text messaging service. Support is offered on issues such as health, behaviour, emotional and mental health wellbeing, healthy lifestyles, relationships and puberty.

T: 0161 946 8239

E: mft.school-nurses-south@nhs.net

W: Visit School Nurse Service South website


Opening Times

Monday - Friday 08:00- 16:30

School Nurse Service North

The School Nurse Service supports and promotes the health and wellbeing of all school-aged children. The service is provided by qualified nurses and School Nurse Assistants who offer support including health promotion, Parent drop-ins, support with Early Help and are available on ChatHealth via a text messaging service. Support is offered on issues such as health, behaviour, emotional and mental health wellbeing, healthy lifestyles, relationships and puberty.

T: 0161 241 2813

E: mft.school-nurses-north@nhs.net

W: Visit School Nurse Service North website


Opening Times

Monday-Friday 08:00-16:30

Buzz Manchester Health and Wellbeing Service

Our aim is to help improve the health and wellbeing of people and communities in Manchester, to help individuals and families live fuller, healthier and happier lives.

T: 0161 2710505

W: Visit Buzz Manchester Health and Wellbeing Service website

Manchester Mind

Supporting better mental health for everyone. We work with young people, either through schools and colleges or through our community project, Children and Young People (CYP), to educate about mental health and to help young people when they are struggling.

T: 0161 769 5732

E: info@manchestermind.org

W: Visit Manchester Mind website


Opening Times

Phone line is open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10am-2pm, Children and Young People's Services on 0161 221 3054 open 10am-4pm Monday to Friday

42nd Street

42nd Street are a charity based in Greater Manchester. They offer a range of individual therapeutic support, learning opportunities, groups and creative activities for young people, encouraging you to find your voice, develop new skills, have fun and demonstrate that you can manage your mental health and wellbeing to achieve your full potential.

T: 0161 228 7321

E: theteam@42ndstreet.org.uk

W: Visit 42nd Street website


Opening Times

Monday to Friday 9:30am-5pm

Gaddum Beareavement Service

The Gaddum Centre CFBS provides a needs-led therapeutic service for Manchester and Salford Children and families, as they begin to explore their unique process or adjustment following bereavement.

T: 0161 834 6069

E: info@gaddum.org.uk

W: Visit Gaddum Beareavement Service website

CAMHS (North, South and Central)

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) provide a range of specialist mental health and assessment services for children and young people in a range of community bases across Manchester up to 18 yrs.
We remain open as a service offering advice and specialist assessments and can be contacted Monday to Friday 9-5pm.

T: 0161 203 3250 / 3251 (north), 0161 902 3400 (south), 0161 701 6880 (central)

E: cmm-tr.NorthCamhs@nhs.net, cmm-tr.SouthManchesterCamhs@nhs.net, cmm-tr.CentralManchesterCamhs@nhs.net

W: Visit CAMHS (North, South and Central) website


Opening Times

Monday to Friday 9-5pm

Feelings - Anger Managment

CAMHS (North, South and Central)

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) provide a range of specialist mental health and assessment services for children and young people in a range of community bases across Manchester up to 18 yrs.
We remain open as a service offering advice and specialist assessments and can be contacted Monday to Friday 9-5pm.

T: 0161 203 3250 / 3251 (north), 0161 902 3400 (south), 0161 701 6880 (central)

E: cmm-tr.NorthCamhs@nhs.net, cmm-tr.SouthManchesterCamhs@nhs.net, cmm-tr.CentralManchesterCamhs@nhs.net

W: Visit CAMHS (North, South and Central) website


Opening Times

Monday to Friday 9-5pm

Feelings - Anxiety

Manchester Mind

Supporting better mental health for everyone. We work with young people, either through schools and colleges or through our community project, Children and Young People (CYP), to educate about mental health and to help young people when they are struggling.

T: 0161 769 5732

E: info@manchestermind.org

W: Visit Manchester Mind website


Opening Times

Phone line is open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10am-2pm, Children and Young People's Services on 0161 221 3054 open 10am-4pm Monday to Friday

CAMHS (North, South and Central)

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) provide a range of specialist mental health and assessment services for children and young people in a range of community bases across Manchester up to 18 yrs.
We remain open as a service offering advice and specialist assessments and can be contacted Monday to Friday 9-5pm.

T: 0161 203 3250 / 3251 (north), 0161 902 3400 (south), 0161 701 6880 (central)

E: cmm-tr.NorthCamhs@nhs.net, cmm-tr.SouthManchesterCamhs@nhs.net, cmm-tr.CentralManchesterCamhs@nhs.net

W: Visit CAMHS (North, South and Central) website


Opening Times

Monday to Friday 9-5pm

Feelings - Being Different

Manchester Mind

Supporting better mental health for everyone. We work with young people, either through schools and colleges or through our community project, Children and Young People (CYP), to educate about mental health and to help young people when they are struggling.

T: 0161 769 5732

E: info@manchestermind.org

W: Visit Manchester Mind website


Opening Times

Phone line is open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10am-2pm, Children and Young People's Services on 0161 221 3054 open 10am-4pm Monday to Friday

CAMHS (North, South and Central)

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) provide a range of specialist mental health and assessment services for children and young people in a range of community bases across Manchester up to 18 yrs.
We remain open as a service offering advice and specialist assessments and can be contacted Monday to Friday 9-5pm.

T: 0161 203 3250 / 3251 (north), 0161 902 3400 (south), 0161 701 6880 (central)

E: cmm-tr.NorthCamhs@nhs.net, cmm-tr.SouthManchesterCamhs@nhs.net, cmm-tr.CentralManchesterCamhs@nhs.net

W: Visit CAMHS (North, South and Central) website


Opening Times

Monday to Friday 9-5pm

Feelings - Bereavement & Loss

Manchester Mind

Supporting better mental health for everyone. We work with young people, either through schools and colleges or through our community project, Children and Young People (CYP), to educate about mental health and to help young people when they are struggling.

T: 0161 769 5732

E: info@manchestermind.org

W: Visit Manchester Mind website


Opening Times

Phone line is open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10am-2pm, Children and Young People's Services on 0161 221 3054 open 10am-4pm Monday to Friday

Gaddum Beareavement Service

The Gaddum Centre CFBS provides a needs-led therapeutic service for Manchester and Salford Children and families, as they begin to explore their unique process or adjustment following bereavement.

T: 0161 834 6069

E: info@gaddum.org.uk

W: Visit Gaddum Beareavement Service website

CAMHS (North, South and Central)

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) provide a range of specialist mental health and assessment services for children and young people in a range of community bases across Manchester up to 18 yrs.
We remain open as a service offering advice and specialist assessments and can be contacted Monday to Friday 9-5pm.

T: 0161 203 3250 / 3251 (north), 0161 902 3400 (south), 0161 701 6880 (central)

E: cmm-tr.NorthCamhs@nhs.net, cmm-tr.SouthManchesterCamhs@nhs.net, cmm-tr.CentralManchesterCamhs@nhs.net

W: Visit CAMHS (North, South and Central) website


Opening Times

Monday to Friday 9-5pm

Feelings - Body Image

Manchester Mind

Supporting better mental health for everyone. We work with young people, either through schools and colleges or through our community project, Children and Young People (CYP), to educate about mental health and to help young people when they are struggling.

T: 0161 769 5732

E: info@manchestermind.org

W: Visit Manchester Mind website


Opening Times

Phone line is open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10am-2pm, Children and Young People's Services on 0161 221 3054 open 10am-4pm Monday to Friday

CAMHS (North, South and Central)

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) provide a range of specialist mental health and assessment services for children and young people in a range of community bases across Manchester up to 18 yrs.
We remain open as a service offering advice and specialist assessments and can be contacted Monday to Friday 9-5pm.

T: 0161 203 3250 / 3251 (north), 0161 902 3400 (south), 0161 701 6880 (central)

E: cmm-tr.NorthCamhs@nhs.net, cmm-tr.SouthManchesterCamhs@nhs.net, cmm-tr.CentralManchesterCamhs@nhs.net

W: Visit CAMHS (North, South and Central) website


Opening Times

Monday to Friday 9-5pm

Feelings - Bullying

CAMHS (North, South and Central)

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) provide a range of specialist mental health and assessment services for children and young people in a range of community bases across Manchester up to 18 yrs.
We remain open as a service offering advice and specialist assessments and can be contacted Monday to Friday 9-5pm.

T: 0161 203 3250 / 3251 (north), 0161 902 3400 (south), 0161 701 6880 (central)

E: cmm-tr.NorthCamhs@nhs.net, cmm-tr.SouthManchesterCamhs@nhs.net, cmm-tr.CentralManchesterCamhs@nhs.net

W: Visit CAMHS (North, South and Central) website


Opening Times

Monday to Friday 9-5pm

Feelings - Confidence

42nd Street

42nd Street are a charity based in Greater Manchester. They offer a range of individual therapeutic support, learning opportunities, groups and creative activities for young people, encouraging you to find your voice, develop new skills, have fun and demonstrate that you can manage your mental health and wellbeing to achieve your full potential.

T: 0161 228 7321

E: theteam@42ndstreet.org.uk

W: Visit 42nd Street website


Opening Times

Monday to Friday 9:30am-5pm

CAMHS (North, South and Central)

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) provide a range of specialist mental health and assessment services for children and young people in a range of community bases across Manchester up to 18 yrs.
We remain open as a service offering advice and specialist assessments and can be contacted Monday to Friday 9-5pm.

T: 0161 203 3250 / 3251 (north), 0161 902 3400 (south), 0161 701 6880 (central)

E: cmm-tr.NorthCamhs@nhs.net, cmm-tr.SouthManchesterCamhs@nhs.net, cmm-tr.CentralManchesterCamhs@nhs.net

W: Visit CAMHS (North, South and Central) website


Opening Times

Monday to Friday 9-5pm

Feelings - Depression

Manchester Mind

Supporting better mental health for everyone. We work with young people, either through schools and colleges or through our community project, Children and Young People (CYP), to educate about mental health and to help young people when they are struggling.

T: 0161 769 5732

E: info@manchestermind.org

W: Visit Manchester Mind website


Opening Times

Phone line is open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10am-2pm, Children and Young People's Services on 0161 221 3054 open 10am-4pm Monday to Friday

CAMHS (North, South and Central)

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) provide a range of specialist mental health and assessment services for children and young people in a range of community bases across Manchester up to 18 yrs.
We remain open as a service offering advice and specialist assessments and can be contacted Monday to Friday 9-5pm.

T: 0161 203 3250 / 3251 (north), 0161 902 3400 (south), 0161 701 6880 (central)

E: cmm-tr.NorthCamhs@nhs.net, cmm-tr.SouthManchesterCamhs@nhs.net, cmm-tr.CentralManchesterCamhs@nhs.net

W: Visit CAMHS (North, South and Central) website


Opening Times

Monday to Friday 9-5pm

Feelings - Eating Disorders

Manchester Mind

Supporting better mental health for everyone. We work with young people, either through schools and colleges or through our community project, Children and Young People (CYP), to educate about mental health and to help young people when they are struggling.

T: 0161 769 5732

E: info@manchestermind.org

W: Visit Manchester Mind website


Opening Times

Phone line is open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10am-2pm, Children and Young People's Services on 0161 221 3054 open 10am-4pm Monday to Friday

CAMHS (North, South and Central)

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) provide a range of specialist mental health and assessment services for children and young people in a range of community bases across Manchester up to 18 yrs.
We remain open as a service offering advice and specialist assessments and can be contacted Monday to Friday 9-5pm.

T: 0161 203 3250 / 3251 (north), 0161 902 3400 (south), 0161 701 6880 (central)

E: cmm-tr.NorthCamhs@nhs.net, cmm-tr.SouthManchesterCamhs@nhs.net, cmm-tr.CentralManchesterCamhs@nhs.net

W: Visit CAMHS (North, South and Central) website


Opening Times

Monday to Friday 9-5pm

Feelings - Exam Stress

CAMHS (North, South and Central)

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) provide a range of specialist mental health and assessment services for children and young people in a range of community bases across Manchester up to 18 yrs.
We remain open as a service offering advice and specialist assessments and can be contacted Monday to Friday 9-5pm.

T: 0161 203 3250 / 3251 (north), 0161 902 3400 (south), 0161 701 6880 (central)

E: cmm-tr.NorthCamhs@nhs.net, cmm-tr.SouthManchesterCamhs@nhs.net, cmm-tr.CentralManchesterCamhs@nhs.net

W: Visit CAMHS (North, South and Central) website


Opening Times

Monday to Friday 9-5pm

Feelings - Resilience

Manchester Mind

Supporting better mental health for everyone. We work with young people, either through schools and colleges or through our community project, Children and Young People (CYP), to educate about mental health and to help young people when they are struggling.

T: 0161 769 5732

E: info@manchestermind.org

W: Visit Manchester Mind website


Opening Times

Phone line is open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10am-2pm, Children and Young People's Services on 0161 221 3054 open 10am-4pm Monday to Friday

CAMHS (North, South and Central)

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) provide a range of specialist mental health and assessment services for children and young people in a range of community bases across Manchester up to 18 yrs.
We remain open as a service offering advice and specialist assessments and can be contacted Monday to Friday 9-5pm.

T: 0161 203 3250 / 3251 (north), 0161 902 3400 (south), 0161 701 6880 (central)

E: cmm-tr.NorthCamhs@nhs.net, cmm-tr.SouthManchesterCamhs@nhs.net, cmm-tr.CentralManchesterCamhs@nhs.net

W: Visit CAMHS (North, South and Central) website


Opening Times

Monday to Friday 9-5pm

Feelings - Self Harm

Manchester Mind

Supporting better mental health for everyone. We work with young people, either through schools and colleges or through our community project, Children and Young People (CYP), to educate about mental health and to help young people when they are struggling.

T: 0161 769 5732

E: info@manchestermind.org

W: Visit Manchester Mind website


Opening Times

Phone line is open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10am-2pm, Children and Young People's Services on 0161 221 3054 open 10am-4pm Monday to Friday

CAMHS (North, South and Central)

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) provide a range of specialist mental health and assessment services for children and young people in a range of community bases across Manchester up to 18 yrs.
We remain open as a service offering advice and specialist assessments and can be contacted Monday to Friday 9-5pm.

T: 0161 203 3250 / 3251 (north), 0161 902 3400 (south), 0161 701 6880 (central)

E: cmm-tr.NorthCamhs@nhs.net, cmm-tr.SouthManchesterCamhs@nhs.net, cmm-tr.CentralManchesterCamhs@nhs.net

W: Visit CAMHS (North, South and Central) website


Opening Times

Monday to Friday 9-5pm

Feelings - Staying Out Of Trouble

CAMHS (North, South and Central)

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) provide a range of specialist mental health and assessment services for children and young people in a range of community bases across Manchester up to 18 yrs.
We remain open as a service offering advice and specialist assessments and can be contacted Monday to Friday 9-5pm.

T: 0161 203 3250 / 3251 (north), 0161 902 3400 (south), 0161 701 6880 (central)

E: cmm-tr.NorthCamhs@nhs.net, cmm-tr.SouthManchesterCamhs@nhs.net, cmm-tr.CentralManchesterCamhs@nhs.net

W: Visit CAMHS (North, South and Central) website


Opening Times

Monday to Friday 9-5pm

Growing Up

Healthy Schools Team

Manchester Healthy Schools have been working in partnership with Manchester schools for over 20 years – tackling health inequalities and improving the health and wellbeing of children and young people. The team are part of the School Health Service and work in partnership with the School Nursing Service to support a whole school approach to health and wellbeing. There are 7 thematic areas within the Healthy Schools team which are: Healthy Lifestyles, Social and Emotional Health, Mental Health and Wellbeing, Relationships and Sex Education, Drugs and Alcohol Education, Unintentional Injury Prevention and Personal Social and Health Education (PSHE).

T: 0161 946 8270

E: healthyschool.training@mft.nhs.uk

W: Visit Healthy Schools Team website

School Nurse Service South

The School Nurse Service supports and promotes the health and wellbeing of all school-aged children. The service is provided by qualified nurses and School Nurse Assistants who offer support including health promotion, Parent drop-ins, support with Early Help and are available on ChatHealth via a text messaging service. Support is offered on issues such as health, behaviour, emotional and mental health wellbeing, healthy lifestyles, relationships and puberty.

T: 0161 946 8239

E: mft.school-nurses-south@nhs.net

W: Visit School Nurse Service South website


Opening Times

Monday - Friday 08:00- 16:30

School Nurse Service North

The School Nurse Service supports and promotes the health and wellbeing of all school-aged children. The service is provided by qualified nurses and School Nurse Assistants who offer support including health promotion, Parent drop-ins, support with Early Help and are available on ChatHealth via a text messaging service. Support is offered on issues such as health, behaviour, emotional and mental health wellbeing, healthy lifestyles, relationships and puberty.

T: 0161 241 2813

E: mft.school-nurses-north@nhs.net

W: Visit School Nurse Service North website


Opening Times

Monday-Friday 08:00-16:30

Buzz Manchester Health and Wellbeing Service

Our aim is to help improve the health and wellbeing of people and communities in Manchester, to help individuals and families live fuller, healthier and happier lives.

T: 0161 2710505

W: Visit Buzz Manchester Health and Wellbeing Service website

Health

Healthy Schools Team

Manchester Healthy Schools have been working in partnership with Manchester schools for over 20 years – tackling health inequalities and improving the health and wellbeing of children and young people. The team are part of the School Health Service and work in partnership with the School Nursing Service to support a whole school approach to health and wellbeing. There are 7 thematic areas within the Healthy Schools team which are: Healthy Lifestyles, Social and Emotional Health, Mental Health and Wellbeing, Relationships and Sex Education, Drugs and Alcohol Education, Unintentional Injury Prevention and Personal Social and Health Education (PSHE).

T: 0161 946 8270

E: healthyschool.training@mft.nhs.uk

W: Visit Healthy Schools Team website

Immunisation Team

The team delivers the National Immunisation Programme to all children living in Manchester. They aim to improve the health of children by protecting them from dangerous diseases. This is only achievable by increasing immunisation uptake.

T: 0161 674 0472

E: mft.immunisation@nhs.net

W: Visit Immunisation Team website


Opening Times

Monday - Friday 08:00-16:30

School Nurse Service South

The School Nurse Service supports and promotes the health and wellbeing of all school-aged children. The service is provided by qualified nurses and School Nurse Assistants who offer support including health promotion, Parent drop-ins, support with Early Help and are available on ChatHealth via a text messaging service. Support is offered on issues such as health, behaviour, emotional and mental health wellbeing, healthy lifestyles, relationships and puberty.

T: 0161 946 8239

E: mft.school-nurses-south@nhs.net

W: Visit School Nurse Service South website


Opening Times

Monday - Friday 08:00- 16:30

School Nurse Service North

The School Nurse Service supports and promotes the health and wellbeing of all school-aged children. The service is provided by qualified nurses and School Nurse Assistants who offer support including health promotion, Parent drop-ins, support with Early Help and are available on ChatHealth via a text messaging service. Support is offered on issues such as health, behaviour, emotional and mental health wellbeing, healthy lifestyles, relationships and puberty.

T: 0161 241 2813

E: mft.school-nurses-north@nhs.net

W: Visit School Nurse Service North website


Opening Times

Monday-Friday 08:00-16:30

Buzz Manchester Health and Wellbeing Service

Our aim is to help improve the health and wellbeing of people and communities in Manchester, to help individuals and families live fuller, healthier and happier lives.

T: 0161 2710505

W: Visit Buzz Manchester Health and Wellbeing Service website

Manchester Mind

Supporting better mental health for everyone. We work with young people, either through schools and colleges or through our community project, Children and Young People (CYP), to educate about mental health and to help young people when they are struggling.

T: 0161 769 5732

E: info@manchestermind.org

W: Visit Manchester Mind website


Opening Times

Phone line is open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10am-2pm, Children and Young People's Services on 0161 221 3054 open 10am-4pm Monday to Friday

CAMHS (North, South and Central)

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) provide a range of specialist mental health and assessment services for children and young people in a range of community bases across Manchester up to 18 yrs.
We remain open as a service offering advice and specialist assessments and can be contacted Monday to Friday 9-5pm.

T: 0161 203 3250 / 3251 (north), 0161 902 3400 (south), 0161 701 6880 (central)

E: cmm-tr.NorthCamhs@nhs.net, cmm-tr.SouthManchesterCamhs@nhs.net, cmm-tr.CentralManchesterCamhs@nhs.net

W: Visit CAMHS (North, South and Central) website


Opening Times

Monday to Friday 9-5pm

Children’s Continence Service

The childrens continence service team consists of trained nurses and nursery nurses who are all experienced in children’s continence issues up to the age of 16 years or 19 years for those with special needs.

T: 0161 7412030

E: mft.jointchildrenscontinence@nhs.net

W: Visit Children’s Continence Service website


Opening Times

Monday - Friday 08.30am-4.30pm

Early Help

The aim of Manchester Early Help is to build capacity in communities that will prevent crime, support education and enterprise, and keep children, young people and their familieis safe. We aim to do this by working with other agencies and directly with people from local communities

T: 0161 2341973 - North Hub, 0161 2341975 - Central Hub, 0161 2341977 - South Hub

W: Visit Early Help website

Health - Continence

Children’s Continence Service

The childrens continence service team consists of trained nurses and nursery nurses who are all experienced in children’s continence issues up to the age of 16 years or 19 years for those with special needs.

T: 0161 7412030

E: mft.jointchildrenscontinence@nhs.net

W: Visit Children’s Continence Service website


Opening Times

Monday - Friday 08.30am-4.30pm

Health - Health Campaigns

Immunisation Team

The team delivers the National Immunisation Programme to all children living in Manchester. They aim to improve the health of children by protecting them from dangerous diseases. This is only achievable by increasing immunisation uptake.

T: 0161 674 0472

E: mft.immunisation@nhs.net

W: Visit Immunisation Team website


Opening Times

Monday - Friday 08:00-16:30

Health - Immunisation

Immunisation Team

The team delivers the National Immunisation Programme to all children living in Manchester. They aim to improve the health of children by protecting them from dangerous diseases. This is only achievable by increasing immunisation uptake.

T: 0161 674 0472

E: mft.immunisation@nhs.net

W: Visit Immunisation Team website


Opening Times

Monday - Friday 08:00-16:30

Lifestyle

Healthy Schools Team

Manchester Healthy Schools have been working in partnership with Manchester schools for over 20 years – tackling health inequalities and improving the health and wellbeing of children and young people. The team are part of the School Health Service and work in partnership with the School Nursing Service to support a whole school approach to health and wellbeing. There are 7 thematic areas within the Healthy Schools team which are: Healthy Lifestyles, Social and Emotional Health, Mental Health and Wellbeing, Relationships and Sex Education, Drugs and Alcohol Education, Unintentional Injury Prevention and Personal Social and Health Education (PSHE).

T: 0161 946 8270

E: healthyschool.training@mft.nhs.uk

W: Visit Healthy Schools Team website

School Nurse Service South

The School Nurse Service supports and promotes the health and wellbeing of all school-aged children. The service is provided by qualified nurses and School Nurse Assistants who offer support including health promotion, Parent drop-ins, support with Early Help and are available on ChatHealth via a text messaging service. Support is offered on issues such as health, behaviour, emotional and mental health wellbeing, healthy lifestyles, relationships and puberty.

T: 0161 946 8239

E: mft.school-nurses-south@nhs.net

W: Visit School Nurse Service South website


Opening Times

Monday - Friday 08:00- 16:30

School Nurse Service North

The School Nurse Service supports and promotes the health and wellbeing of all school-aged children. The service is provided by qualified nurses and School Nurse Assistants who offer support including health promotion, Parent drop-ins, support with Early Help and are available on ChatHealth via a text messaging service. Support is offered on issues such as health, behaviour, emotional and mental health wellbeing, healthy lifestyles, relationships and puberty.

T: 0161 241 2813

E: mft.school-nurses-north@nhs.net

W: Visit School Nurse Service North website


Opening Times

Monday-Friday 08:00-16:30

Buzz Manchester Health and Wellbeing Service

Our aim is to help improve the health and wellbeing of people and communities in Manchester, to help individuals and families live fuller, healthier and happier lives.

T: 0161 2710505

W: Visit Buzz Manchester Health and Wellbeing Service website

ActiveCommunitiesNetwork

A registered charity, utilising sports, cultural and educational activities to broaden horizons, raise awareness, aspirations and offer pathways to achievement for young people within local communities across Greater Manchester

T:   07538 300 471

E: laura@activecommunities.org.uk

Coffee4Craig

Evening and weekend service offering hot meals, showers and medical support to Manchester’s homeless community

T: 07973 955003

E: office@coffee4craig.co.uk

W: Visit Coffee4Craig website


Opening Times

Monday to Friday 7pm-9pm, Saturday - Sunday 5pm-7pm

Mustard Tree

Helps people in Greater Mancheseter struggling with homelessness, secure better accomodation and economic wellbeing

T: 0161 8502282

E: information@mustardtree.org.uk

W: Visit Mustard Tree website


Opening Times

Monday to Saturday 10am -2pm

Early Help

The aim of Manchester Early Help is to build capacity in communities that will prevent crime, support education and enterprise, and keep children, young people and their familieis safe. We aim to do this by working with other agencies and directly with people from local communities

T: 0161 2341973 - North Hub, 0161 2341975 - Central Hub, 0161 2341977 - South Hub

W: Visit Early Help website

Lifestyle - Alcohol

Coffee4Craig

Evening and weekend service offering hot meals, showers and medical support to Manchester’s homeless community

T: 07973 955003

E: office@coffee4craig.co.uk

W: Visit Coffee4Craig website


Opening Times

Monday to Friday 7pm-9pm, Saturday - Sunday 5pm-7pm

Mustard Tree

Helps people in Greater Mancheseter struggling with homelessness, secure better accomodation and economic wellbeing

T: 0161 8502282

E: information@mustardtree.org.uk

W: Visit Mustard Tree website


Opening Times

Monday to Saturday 10am -2pm

Lifestyle - Drugs

Coffee4Craig

Evening and weekend service offering hot meals, showers and medical support to Manchester’s homeless community

T: 07973 955003

E: office@coffee4craig.co.uk

W: Visit Coffee4Craig website


Opening Times

Monday to Friday 7pm-9pm, Saturday - Sunday 5pm-7pm

Mustard Tree

Helps people in Greater Mancheseter struggling with homelessness, secure better accomodation and economic wellbeing

T: 0161 8502282

E: information@mustardtree.org.uk

W: Visit Mustard Tree website


Opening Times

Monday to Saturday 10am -2pm

Lifestyle - E-cigarettes

Mustard Tree

Helps people in Greater Mancheseter struggling with homelessness, secure better accomodation and economic wellbeing

T: 0161 8502282

E: information@mustardtree.org.uk

W: Visit Mustard Tree website


Opening Times

Monday to Saturday 10am -2pm

Lifestyle - Exercise

ActiveCommunitiesNetwork

A registered charity, utilising sports, cultural and educational activities to broaden horizons, raise awareness, aspirations and offer pathways to achievement for young people within local communities across Greater Manchester

T:   07538 300 471

E: laura@activecommunities.org.uk

Lifestyle - Nutrition & Diet

ActiveCommunitiesNetwork

A registered charity, utilising sports, cultural and educational activities to broaden horizons, raise awareness, aspirations and offer pathways to achievement for young people within local communities across Greater Manchester

T:   07538 300 471

E: laura@activecommunities.org.uk

Coffee4Craig

Evening and weekend service offering hot meals, showers and medical support to Manchester’s homeless community

T: 07973 955003

E: office@coffee4craig.co.uk

W: Visit Coffee4Craig website


Opening Times

Monday to Friday 7pm-9pm, Saturday - Sunday 5pm-7pm

Mustard Tree

Helps people in Greater Mancheseter struggling with homelessness, secure better accomodation and economic wellbeing

T: 0161 8502282

E: information@mustardtree.org.uk

W: Visit Mustard Tree website


Opening Times

Monday to Saturday 10am -2pm

Lifestyle - Sleeping

Coffee4Craig

Evening and weekend service offering hot meals, showers and medical support to Manchester’s homeless community

T: 07973 955003

E: office@coffee4craig.co.uk

W: Visit Coffee4Craig website


Opening Times

Monday to Friday 7pm-9pm, Saturday - Sunday 5pm-7pm

Mustard Tree

Helps people in Greater Mancheseter struggling with homelessness, secure better accomodation and economic wellbeing

T: 0161 8502282

E: information@mustardtree.org.uk

W: Visit Mustard Tree website


Opening Times

Monday to Saturday 10am -2pm

Lifestyle - Teeth/Breath

Mustard Tree

Helps people in Greater Mancheseter struggling with homelessness, secure better accomodation and economic wellbeing

T: 0161 8502282

E: information@mustardtree.org.uk

W: Visit Mustard Tree website


Opening Times

Monday to Saturday 10am -2pm

Lifestyle - Tobacco

Coffee4Craig

Evening and weekend service offering hot meals, showers and medical support to Manchester’s homeless community

T: 07973 955003

E: office@coffee4craig.co.uk

W: Visit Coffee4Craig website


Opening Times

Monday to Friday 7pm-9pm, Saturday - Sunday 5pm-7pm

Mustard Tree

Helps people in Greater Mancheseter struggling with homelessness, secure better accomodation and economic wellbeing

T: 0161 8502282

E: information@mustardtree.org.uk

W: Visit Mustard Tree website


Opening Times

Monday to Saturday 10am -2pm

Relationships

Healthy Schools Team

Manchester Healthy Schools have been working in partnership with Manchester schools for over 20 years – tackling health inequalities and improving the health and wellbeing of children and young people. The team are part of the School Health Service and work in partnership with the School Nursing Service to support a whole school approach to health and wellbeing. There are 7 thematic areas within the Healthy Schools team which are: Healthy Lifestyles, Social and Emotional Health, Mental Health and Wellbeing, Relationships and Sex Education, Drugs and Alcohol Education, Unintentional Injury Prevention and Personal Social and Health Education (PSHE).

T: 0161 946 8270

E: healthyschool.training@mft.nhs.uk

W: Visit Healthy Schools Team website

School Nurse Service South

The School Nurse Service supports and promotes the health and wellbeing of all school-aged children. The service is provided by qualified nurses and School Nurse Assistants who offer support including health promotion, Parent drop-ins, support with Early Help and are available on ChatHealth via a text messaging service. Support is offered on issues such as health, behaviour, emotional and mental health wellbeing, healthy lifestyles, relationships and puberty.

T: 0161 946 8239

E: mft.school-nurses-south@nhs.net

W: Visit School Nurse Service South website


Opening Times

Monday - Friday 08:00- 16:30

School Nurse Service North

The School Nurse Service supports and promotes the health and wellbeing of all school-aged children. The service is provided by qualified nurses and School Nurse Assistants who offer support including health promotion, Parent drop-ins, support with Early Help and are available on ChatHealth via a text messaging service. Support is offered on issues such as health, behaviour, emotional and mental health wellbeing, healthy lifestyles, relationships and puberty.

T: 0161 241 2813

E: mft.school-nurses-north@nhs.net

W: Visit School Nurse Service North website


Opening Times

Monday-Friday 08:00-16:30

Buzz Manchester Health and Wellbeing Service

Our aim is to help improve the health and wellbeing of people and communities in Manchester, to help individuals and families live fuller, healthier and happier lives.

T: 0161 2710505

W: Visit Buzz Manchester Health and Wellbeing Service website

LGBT Foundation

Established in 1975, LGBT Foundation exists to support the needs of the diverse range of people who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans. We believe in a fair and equal society where all LGBT people can achieve their full potential. #EqualityWins underpins much of what we do and we aim to be; ‘here if you need us.’

T: 0345 3 30 30 30

E: info@lgbt.foundation

W: Visit LGBT Foundation website


Opening Times

10am until 6pm on a week day (excluding bank holidays and religious festivals).

Sexual Health

Healthy Schools Team

Manchester Healthy Schools have been working in partnership with Manchester schools for over 20 years – tackling health inequalities and improving the health and wellbeing of children and young people. The team are part of the School Health Service and work in partnership with the School Nursing Service to support a whole school approach to health and wellbeing. There are 7 thematic areas within the Healthy Schools team which are: Healthy Lifestyles, Social and Emotional Health, Mental Health and Wellbeing, Relationships and Sex Education, Drugs and Alcohol Education, Unintentional Injury Prevention and Personal Social and Health Education (PSHE).

T: 0161 946 8270

E: healthyschool.training@mft.nhs.uk

W: Visit Healthy Schools Team website

School Nurse Service South

The School Nurse Service supports and promotes the health and wellbeing of all school-aged children. The service is provided by qualified nurses and School Nurse Assistants who offer support including health promotion, Parent drop-ins, support with Early Help and are available on ChatHealth via a text messaging service. Support is offered on issues such as health, behaviour, emotional and mental health wellbeing, healthy lifestyles, relationships and puberty.

T: 0161 946 8239

E: mft.school-nurses-south@nhs.net

W: Visit School Nurse Service South website


Opening Times

Monday - Friday 08:00- 16:30

School Nurse Service North

The School Nurse Service supports and promotes the health and wellbeing of all school-aged children. The service is provided by qualified nurses and School Nurse Assistants who offer support including health promotion, Parent drop-ins, support with Early Help and are available on ChatHealth via a text messaging service. Support is offered on issues such as health, behaviour, emotional and mental health wellbeing, healthy lifestyles, relationships and puberty.

T: 0161 241 2813

E: mft.school-nurses-north@nhs.net

W: Visit School Nurse Service North website


Opening Times

Monday-Friday 08:00-16:30

Buzz Manchester Health and Wellbeing Service

Our aim is to help improve the health and wellbeing of people and communities in Manchester, to help individuals and families live fuller, healthier and happier lives.

T: 0161 2710505

W: Visit Buzz Manchester Health and Wellbeing Service website

The PaSH Partnership

The Passionate about Sexual Health (PaSH) Partnership is a collaberation between BHA for Equality, George House Trust and the LGBT Foundation. The PaSH Partnership will deliver a comprehensive programme of interventions to meet the changing needs of people newly diagnosed with HIV, living longer term with HIV or at greatest risk of acquiring HIV.

T: 0845 450 4247 Free and confidential sexual health services for black and minority communities, 0161 274 4499 Free and confidential support, advice and advocacy services for people living with HIV, 0345 330 30 30 Providing support, advice and resources for LGBT people to take control of their sexual health and wellbeing.

W: Visit The PaSH Partnership website

Fresh 4 Manchester

FRESH is a sexual health and contraception service with clinics for under 25’s. We are part of the Northern Contraception, Sexual Health and HIV service. On our website you’ll find our opening times, information on sexual health, contraception, your body, relationships and much more.

T: For emergency cases (PEP, sexual assault, emergency contraception and Under 16’s): 0161 701 1555

W: Visit Fresh 4 Manchester website


Opening Times

Monday to Friday 08.30 - 15.00
Saturday 09.15-11.15

The Northern Contraception, sexual health & HIV service

The Northern Contraception, Sexual Health and HIV Service website. We provide our services across North, Central and South Manchester, Stockport, Tameside and Trafford, offering you a free, confidential and friendly service

T: 0161 701 1555

E: thenorthernISH.enquiries@mft.nhs.uk

W: Visit The Northern Contraception, sexual health & HIV service website


Opening Times

Monday to Thursday 08:30 - 18:00 
Friday 08:30 - 15:30
Saturday 09:15 - 11:15

Brook

Brook Manchester operates a free and confidential service for people 19 and under, offering sexual health screening, contraception, pregnancy testing, free condoms and advice, along with a self-referral counselling service.

T:  0161 237 3001

E: admin@brook.org.uk

W: Visit Brook website


Opening Times

Monday: 1-7pm
Tuesday: 1-6pm
Wednesday: 1-6pm
Thursday: 1-6pm
Friday: 1-6pm
Saturday: 12-3pm

George House Trust

George House Trust provides services to people living with, and affected by, HIV

T: 0161 274 4499

E: talk@ght.org.uk

W: Visit George House Trust website

Sexual Health - Are You Ready For Sex

The Northern Contraception, sexual health & HIV service

The Northern Contraception, Sexual Health and HIV Service website. We provide our services across North, Central and South Manchester, Stockport, Tameside and Trafford, offering you a free, confidential and friendly service

T: 0161 701 1555

E: thenorthernISH.enquiries@mft.nhs.uk

W: Visit The Northern Contraception, sexual health & HIV service website


Opening Times

Monday to Thursday 08:30 - 18:00 
Friday 08:30 - 15:30
Saturday 09:15 - 11:15

Brook

Brook Manchester operates a free and confidential service for people 19 and under, offering sexual health screening, contraception, pregnancy testing, free condoms and advice, along with a self-referral counselling service.

T:  0161 237 3001

E: admin@brook.org.uk

W: Visit Brook website


Opening Times

Monday: 1-7pm
Tuesday: 1-6pm
Wednesday: 1-6pm
Thursday: 1-6pm
Friday: 1-6pm
Saturday: 12-3pm

Sexual Health - Consent And The Law

The Northern Contraception, sexual health & HIV service

The Northern Contraception, Sexual Health and HIV Service website. We provide our services across North, Central and South Manchester, Stockport, Tameside and Trafford, offering you a free, confidential and friendly service

T: 0161 701 1555

E: thenorthernISH.enquiries@mft.nhs.uk

W: Visit The Northern Contraception, sexual health & HIV service website


Opening Times

Monday to Thursday 08:30 - 18:00 
Friday 08:30 - 15:30
Saturday 09:15 - 11:15

Brook

Brook Manchester operates a free and confidential service for people 19 and under, offering sexual health screening, contraception, pregnancy testing, free condoms and advice, along with a self-referral counselling service.

T:  0161 237 3001

E: admin@brook.org.uk

W: Visit Brook website


Opening Times

Monday: 1-7pm
Tuesday: 1-6pm
Wednesday: 1-6pm
Thursday: 1-6pm
Friday: 1-6pm
Saturday: 12-3pm

Sexual Health - Contraception

The PaSH Partnership

The Passionate about Sexual Health (PaSH) Partnership is a collaberation between BHA for Equality, George House Trust and the LGBT Foundation. The PaSH Partnership will deliver a comprehensive programme of interventions to meet the changing needs of people newly diagnosed with HIV, living longer term with HIV or at greatest risk of acquiring HIV.

T: 0845 450 4247 Free and confidential sexual health services for black and minority communities, 0161 274 4499 Free and confidential support, advice and advocacy services for people living with HIV, 0345 330 30 30 Providing support, advice and resources for LGBT people to take control of their sexual health and wellbeing.

W: Visit The PaSH Partnership website

Fresh 4 Manchester

FRESH is a sexual health and contraception service with clinics for under 25’s. We are part of the Northern Contraception, Sexual Health and HIV service. On our website you’ll find our opening times, information on sexual health, contraception, your body, relationships and much more.

T: For emergency cases (PEP, sexual assault, emergency contraception and Under 16’s): 0161 701 1555

W: Visit Fresh 4 Manchester website


Opening Times

Monday to Friday 08.30 - 15.00
Saturday 09.15-11.15

The Northern Contraception, sexual health & HIV service

The Northern Contraception, Sexual Health and HIV Service website. We provide our services across North, Central and South Manchester, Stockport, Tameside and Trafford, offering you a free, confidential and friendly service

T: 0161 701 1555

E: thenorthernISH.enquiries@mft.nhs.uk

W: Visit The Northern Contraception, sexual health & HIV service website


Opening Times

Monday to Thursday 08:30 - 18:00 
Friday 08:30 - 15:30
Saturday 09:15 - 11:15

Brook

Brook Manchester operates a free and confidential service for people 19 and under, offering sexual health screening, contraception, pregnancy testing, free condoms and advice, along with a self-referral counselling service.

T:  0161 237 3001

E: admin@brook.org.uk

W: Visit Brook website


Opening Times

Monday: 1-7pm
Tuesday: 1-6pm
Wednesday: 1-6pm
Thursday: 1-6pm
Friday: 1-6pm
Saturday: 12-3pm

Sexual Health - Facts And Fictions About Sexual Health

The PaSH Partnership

The Passionate about Sexual Health (PaSH) Partnership is a collaberation between BHA for Equality, George House Trust and the LGBT Foundation. The PaSH Partnership will deliver a comprehensive programme of interventions to meet the changing needs of people newly diagnosed with HIV, living longer term with HIV or at greatest risk of acquiring HIV.

T: 0845 450 4247 Free and confidential sexual health services for black and minority communities, 0161 274 4499 Free and confidential support, advice and advocacy services for people living with HIV, 0345 330 30 30 Providing support, advice and resources for LGBT people to take control of their sexual health and wellbeing.

W: Visit The PaSH Partnership website

Fresh 4 Manchester

FRESH is a sexual health and contraception service with clinics for under 25’s. We are part of the Northern Contraception, Sexual Health and HIV service. On our website you’ll find our opening times, information on sexual health, contraception, your body, relationships and much more.

T: For emergency cases (PEP, sexual assault, emergency contraception and Under 16’s): 0161 701 1555

W: Visit Fresh 4 Manchester website


Opening Times

Monday to Friday 08.30 - 15.00
Saturday 09.15-11.15

The Northern Contraception, sexual health & HIV service

The Northern Contraception, Sexual Health and HIV Service website. We provide our services across North, Central and South Manchester, Stockport, Tameside and Trafford, offering you a free, confidential and friendly service

T: 0161 701 1555

E: thenorthernISH.enquiries@mft.nhs.uk

W: Visit The Northern Contraception, sexual health & HIV service website


Opening Times

Monday to Thursday 08:30 - 18:00 
Friday 08:30 - 15:30
Saturday 09:15 - 11:15

Brook

Brook Manchester operates a free and confidential service for people 19 and under, offering sexual health screening, contraception, pregnancy testing, free condoms and advice, along with a self-referral counselling service.

T:  0161 237 3001

E: admin@brook.org.uk

W: Visit Brook website


Opening Times

Monday: 1-7pm
Tuesday: 1-6pm
Wednesday: 1-6pm
Thursday: 1-6pm
Friday: 1-6pm
Saturday: 12-3pm

Sexual Health - Female Genital Mutilation

The PaSH Partnership

The Passionate about Sexual Health (PaSH) Partnership is a collaberation between BHA for Equality, George House Trust and the LGBT Foundation. The PaSH Partnership will deliver a comprehensive programme of interventions to meet the changing needs of people newly diagnosed with HIV, living longer term with HIV or at greatest risk of acquiring HIV.

T: 0845 450 4247 Free and confidential sexual health services for black and minority communities, 0161 274 4499 Free and confidential support, advice and advocacy services for people living with HIV, 0345 330 30 30 Providing support, advice and resources for LGBT people to take control of their sexual health and wellbeing.

W: Visit The PaSH Partnership website

The Northern Contraception, sexual health & HIV service

The Northern Contraception, Sexual Health and HIV Service website. We provide our services across North, Central and South Manchester, Stockport, Tameside and Trafford, offering you a free, confidential and friendly service

T: 0161 701 1555

E: thenorthernISH.enquiries@mft.nhs.uk

W: Visit The Northern Contraception, sexual health & HIV service website


Opening Times

Monday to Thursday 08:30 - 18:00 
Friday 08:30 - 15:30
Saturday 09:15 - 11:15

Brook

Brook Manchester operates a free and confidential service for people 19 and under, offering sexual health screening, contraception, pregnancy testing, free condoms and advice, along with a self-referral counselling service.

T:  0161 237 3001

E: admin@brook.org.uk

W: Visit Brook website


Opening Times

Monday: 1-7pm
Tuesday: 1-6pm
Wednesday: 1-6pm
Thursday: 1-6pm
Friday: 1-6pm
Saturday: 12-3pm

Sexual Health - HIV/AIDS

The PaSH Partnership

The Passionate about Sexual Health (PaSH) Partnership is a collaberation between BHA for Equality, George House Trust and the LGBT Foundation. The PaSH Partnership will deliver a comprehensive programme of interventions to meet the changing needs of people newly diagnosed with HIV, living longer term with HIV or at greatest risk of acquiring HIV.

T: 0845 450 4247 Free and confidential sexual health services for black and minority communities, 0161 274 4499 Free and confidential support, advice and advocacy services for people living with HIV, 0345 330 30 30 Providing support, advice and resources for LGBT people to take control of their sexual health and wellbeing.

W: Visit The PaSH Partnership website

Fresh 4 Manchester

FRESH is a sexual health and contraception service with clinics for under 25’s. We are part of the Northern Contraception, Sexual Health and HIV service. On our website you’ll find our opening times, information on sexual health, contraception, your body, relationships and much more.

T: For emergency cases (PEP, sexual assault, emergency contraception and Under 16’s): 0161 701 1555

W: Visit Fresh 4 Manchester website


Opening Times

Monday to Friday 08.30 - 15.00
Saturday 09.15-11.15

The Northern Contraception, sexual health & HIV service

The Northern Contraception, Sexual Health and HIV Service website. We provide our services across North, Central and South Manchester, Stockport, Tameside and Trafford, offering you a free, confidential and friendly service

T: 0161 701 1555

E: thenorthernISH.enquiries@mft.nhs.uk

W: Visit The Northern Contraception, sexual health & HIV service website


Opening Times

Monday to Thursday 08:30 - 18:00 
Friday 08:30 - 15:30
Saturday 09:15 - 11:15

Brook

Brook Manchester operates a free and confidential service for people 19 and under, offering sexual health screening, contraception, pregnancy testing, free condoms and advice, along with a self-referral counselling service.

T:  0161 237 3001

E: admin@brook.org.uk

W: Visit Brook website


Opening Times

Monday: 1-7pm
Tuesday: 1-6pm
Wednesday: 1-6pm
Thursday: 1-6pm
Friday: 1-6pm
Saturday: 12-3pm

George House Trust

George House Trust provides services to people living with, and affected by, HIV

T: 0161 274 4499

E: talk@ght.org.uk

W: Visit George House Trust website

Sexual Health - It's An Emergency

The PaSH Partnership

The Passionate about Sexual Health (PaSH) Partnership is a collaberation between BHA for Equality, George House Trust and the LGBT Foundation. The PaSH Partnership will deliver a comprehensive programme of interventions to meet the changing needs of people newly diagnosed with HIV, living longer term with HIV or at greatest risk of acquiring HIV.

T: 0845 450 4247 Free and confidential sexual health services for black and minority communities, 0161 274 4499 Free and confidential support, advice and advocacy services for people living with HIV, 0345 330 30 30 Providing support, advice and resources for LGBT people to take control of their sexual health and wellbeing.

W: Visit The PaSH Partnership website

The Northern Contraception, sexual health & HIV service

The Northern Contraception, Sexual Health and HIV Service website. We provide our services across North, Central and South Manchester, Stockport, Tameside and Trafford, offering you a free, confidential and friendly service

T: 0161 701 1555

E: thenorthernISH.enquiries@mft.nhs.uk

W: Visit The Northern Contraception, sexual health & HIV service website


Opening Times

Monday to Thursday 08:30 - 18:00 
Friday 08:30 - 15:30
Saturday 09:15 - 11:15

Brook

Brook Manchester operates a free and confidential service for people 19 and under, offering sexual health screening, contraception, pregnancy testing, free condoms and advice, along with a self-referral counselling service.

T:  0161 237 3001

E: admin@brook.org.uk

W: Visit Brook website


Opening Times

Monday: 1-7pm
Tuesday: 1-6pm
Wednesday: 1-6pm
Thursday: 1-6pm
Friday: 1-6pm
Saturday: 12-3pm

Sexual Health - Need someone to talk to / Getting tested

The PaSH Partnership

The Passionate about Sexual Health (PaSH) Partnership is a collaberation between BHA for Equality, George House Trust and the LGBT Foundation. The PaSH Partnership will deliver a comprehensive programme of interventions to meet the changing needs of people newly diagnosed with HIV, living longer term with HIV or at greatest risk of acquiring HIV.

T: 0845 450 4247 Free and confidential sexual health services for black and minority communities, 0161 274 4499 Free and confidential support, advice and advocacy services for people living with HIV, 0345 330 30 30 Providing support, advice and resources for LGBT people to take control of their sexual health and wellbeing.

W: Visit The PaSH Partnership website

Fresh 4 Manchester

FRESH is a sexual health and contraception service with clinics for under 25’s. We are part of the Northern Contraception, Sexual Health and HIV service. On our website you’ll find our opening times, information on sexual health, contraception, your body, relationships and much more.

T: For emergency cases (PEP, sexual assault, emergency contraception and Under 16’s): 0161 701 1555

W: Visit Fresh 4 Manchester website


Opening Times

Monday to Friday 08.30 - 15.00
Saturday 09.15-11.15

The Northern Contraception, sexual health & HIV service

The Northern Contraception, Sexual Health and HIV Service website. We provide our services across North, Central and South Manchester, Stockport, Tameside and Trafford, offering you a free, confidential and friendly service

T: 0161 701 1555

E: thenorthernISH.enquiries@mft.nhs.uk

W: Visit The Northern Contraception, sexual health & HIV service website


Opening Times

Monday to Thursday 08:30 - 18:00 
Friday 08:30 - 15:30
Saturday 09:15 - 11:15

Brook

Brook Manchester operates a free and confidential service for people 19 and under, offering sexual health screening, contraception, pregnancy testing, free condoms and advice, along with a self-referral counselling service.

T:  0161 237 3001

E: admin@brook.org.uk

W: Visit Brook website


Opening Times

Monday: 1-7pm
Tuesday: 1-6pm
Wednesday: 1-6pm
Thursday: 1-6pm
Friday: 1-6pm
Saturday: 12-3pm

George House Trust

George House Trust provides services to people living with, and affected by, HIV

T: 0161 274 4499

E: talk@ght.org.uk

W: Visit George House Trust website

Sexual Health - Pregnancy

The Northern Contraception, sexual health & HIV service

The Northern Contraception, Sexual Health and HIV Service website. We provide our services across North, Central and South Manchester, Stockport, Tameside and Trafford, offering you a free, confidential and friendly service

T: 0161 701 1555

E: thenorthernISH.enquiries@mft.nhs.uk

W: Visit The Northern Contraception, sexual health & HIV service website


Opening Times

Monday to Thursday 08:30 - 18:00 
Friday 08:30 - 15:30
Saturday 09:15 - 11:15

Brook

Brook Manchester operates a free and confidential service for people 19 and under, offering sexual health screening, contraception, pregnancy testing, free condoms and advice, along with a self-referral counselling service.

T:  0161 237 3001

E: admin@brook.org.uk

W: Visit Brook website


Opening Times

Monday: 1-7pm
Tuesday: 1-6pm
Wednesday: 1-6pm
Thursday: 1-6pm
Friday: 1-6pm
Saturday: 12-3pm

Sexual Health - Sexual Assault/Rape

The PaSH Partnership

The Passionate about Sexual Health (PaSH) Partnership is a collaberation between BHA for Equality, George House Trust and the LGBT Foundation. The PaSH Partnership will deliver a comprehensive programme of interventions to meet the changing needs of people newly diagnosed with HIV, living longer term with HIV or at greatest risk of acquiring HIV.

T: 0845 450 4247 Free and confidential sexual health services for black and minority communities, 0161 274 4499 Free and confidential support, advice and advocacy services for people living with HIV, 0345 330 30 30 Providing support, advice and resources for LGBT people to take control of their sexual health and wellbeing.

W: Visit The PaSH Partnership website

The Northern Contraception, sexual health & HIV service

The Northern Contraception, Sexual Health and HIV Service website. We provide our services across North, Central and South Manchester, Stockport, Tameside and Trafford, offering you a free, confidential and friendly service

T: 0161 701 1555

E: thenorthernISH.enquiries@mft.nhs.uk

W: Visit The Northern Contraception, sexual health & HIV service website


Opening Times

Monday to Thursday 08:30 - 18:00 
Friday 08:30 - 15:30
Saturday 09:15 - 11:15

Brook

Brook Manchester operates a free and confidential service for people 19 and under, offering sexual health screening, contraception, pregnancy testing, free condoms and advice, along with a self-referral counselling service.

T:  0161 237 3001

E: admin@brook.org.uk

W: Visit Brook website


Opening Times

Monday: 1-7pm
Tuesday: 1-6pm
Wednesday: 1-6pm
Thursday: 1-6pm
Friday: 1-6pm
Saturday: 12-3pm

Sexual Health - Sexually Transmitted Infections

The PaSH Partnership

The Passionate about Sexual Health (PaSH) Partnership is a collaberation between BHA for Equality, George House Trust and the LGBT Foundation. The PaSH Partnership will deliver a comprehensive programme of interventions to meet the changing needs of people newly diagnosed with HIV, living longer term with HIV or at greatest risk of acquiring HIV.

T: 0845 450 4247 Free and confidential sexual health services for black and minority communities, 0161 274 4499 Free and confidential support, advice and advocacy services for people living with HIV, 0345 330 30 30 Providing support, advice and resources for LGBT people to take control of their sexual health and wellbeing.

W: Visit The PaSH Partnership website

Fresh 4 Manchester

FRESH is a sexual health and contraception service with clinics for under 25’s. We are part of the Northern Contraception, Sexual Health and HIV service. On our website you’ll find our opening times, information on sexual health, contraception, your body, relationships and much more.

T: For emergency cases (PEP, sexual assault, emergency contraception and Under 16’s): 0161 701 1555

W: Visit Fresh 4 Manchester website


Opening Times

Monday to Friday 08.30 - 15.00
Saturday 09.15-11.15

The Northern Contraception, sexual health & HIV service

The Northern Contraception, Sexual Health and HIV Service website. We provide our services across North, Central and South Manchester, Stockport, Tameside and Trafford, offering you a free, confidential and friendly service

T: 0161 701 1555

E: thenorthernISH.enquiries@mft.nhs.uk

W: Visit The Northern Contraception, sexual health & HIV service website


Opening Times

Monday to Thursday 08:30 - 18:00 
Friday 08:30 - 15:30
Saturday 09:15 - 11:15

Brook

Brook Manchester operates a free and confidential service for people 19 and under, offering sexual health screening, contraception, pregnancy testing, free condoms and advice, along with a self-referral counselling service.

T:  0161 237 3001

E: admin@brook.org.uk

W: Visit Brook website


Opening Times

Monday: 1-7pm
Tuesday: 1-6pm
Wednesday: 1-6pm
Thursday: 1-6pm
Friday: 1-6pm
Saturday: 12-3pm

George House Trust

George House Trust provides services to people living with, and affected by, HIV

T: 0161 274 4499

E: talk@ght.org.uk

W: Visit George House Trust website