We are Mind in Greater Manchester. A partnership of five local Minds working together to ensure people experience better mental health and to support people with their mental health to live well and feel valued in their communities and at work. We support everyone to develop potential by empowering individuals. We believe no one should have to face a mental health problem alone.
We are working harder together to achieve better mental health for everybody. We are:
Manchester Mind has been supporting better mental health for the people of Manchester for 30 years, formerly as Hulme Action Research Project (HARP) and since 2011 as Manchester Mind. Manchester Mind remains an independent local mental health charity, which supports over 6500 young people and adults each year.
Rochdale and District Mind is a local, independent charity and membership organisation. We have provided a range of services for over 30 years to support people who live in the Rochdale Borough with their mental health and wellbeing. Our services are designed by people with lived experience for service users. We are focused on wellbeing and recovery and support people to lead fulfilling lives with an increased feeling of hope, confidence, self-esteem and wellbeing.
Mind in Salford is an independent, user focused charity providing vital services to make a positive difference to the wellbeing and mental health of local people. They represent the voice of Salford in campaigning to dispel stigma and influence political, social and cultural change around mental health.
Stockport Mind has been providing mental health services for 48 years, supporting the local community through a range of projects and an open door. Stockport Mind supports family, friends, and carers of people experiencing mental ill health/distress in one to ones and in support and activity focused groups, as well as undertaking Care Act compliant assessments, that can lead to funded support plans. There is a special project to reach out to people who experience social isolation and are lonely by offering intensive one to one support and developing and supporting ‘drop in’ and membership groups.
We are proud to be in our 41st year helping everyone in our communities to achieve better mental health and wellbeing through innovative programmes of work as well as more traditional services. We will continue to provide the best quality local mental health services in prevention, early intervention and primary care; alongside empowering individuals and our communities to live well.
Valuing individuals and empowering everyone to live well in the community.
Working collaboratively towards a shared purpose.
Achieving more together than would have been possible as individual organisations.
Combining our expertise and experience for greater reach and impact
We won’t give up until everyone experiencing a mental health problem gets support and respect.
To find out what’s happening in other parts of the country, you can find more information on the national Mind website.