CAHN Counselling Service
Are you experiencing an unexpected life event? Are you unsure of where to seek help?
CAHN (Caribbean and African Health Network) has the Service for you. The CAHN Counselling service offer bereavement support and emotional and wellbeing support in general. No matter your issue, you can find assistance purposed for you with CAHN. Their service is available 7 days a week from 09:00-21:00.Counsellors would work flexibly to respond to the needs of service users.
Self Help: Free counselling
If you are affected by relationship issues, family problems or abuse issues, this service gives you the opportunity to see a counselling practitioner to discuss these matters in more details and help improve your situation.
Counselling is a process in which a person works closely with a counsellor on issues that may be causing distress in their lives. Counselling provides an opportunity to talk about problems and feelings, in an environment which is safe and confidential.
NHS: Types of talking therapies
Are you 11-25? Are you stressed out and need someone to talk to in confidence?
42nd Street is a centre for young people’s mental health and wellbeing. They offer groups (including a women’s group and a depression & anxiety group) or one-to-one counselling and therapy.
If you think it’s time to talk, you can refer yourself or ask someone else to refer you to 42nd Street. This might be a teacher, youth worker, parent or carer or someone else you trust.
0161 228 7321
Young Person’s eTherapy service
A free online interactive eTherapy Service for 11 – 18 year olds to help with how thoughts have an impact on feelings, physical symptoms and behaviours.
Gaddum Centre adult counselling
A counselling service based at Gaddum House in Manchester, offering therapy for common mental health conditions. This service can be accessed by anyone, regardless of locations and accepts self-referrals, as well as referrals from GP/professionals/family members.
0161 834 6069
A nationwide database of private qualified counsellors and psychotherapists.
The Counselling and Family Centre
Offers counselling to adult individuals, couples, families, and to children and young people from 5 years old.
The African and Caribbean Mental Health Service
Provides person-centred health and social care to the African Caribbean community in Manchester, Trafford and the surrounding areas. Professional counsellor available to look at problem areas in your life and find ways of dealing with them. Contact Dawn:
0161 226 9562
Indian Senior Citizen’s centre
Offering a large range of activities at centre that offer educational, fitness, social and above all fun events for all.
Kwan Wai (Wai Yin Chinese Centre)
Funded by Manchester Social Services Department, services are free to any resident of Manchester. Able to provide services to anybody in the Greater Manchester area who is referred and funded by social services.
The Kath Locke Centre CFC Counselling
0161 455 0211
Age UK Manchester Counselling Service 60+
0800 027 5787 or 0161 833 3944
The Silver Line 24/7 helpline for older people
0800 4 70 80 90
Manchester Bangladeshi Women’s Organisation
0161 257 3867
Neesa Well Women (Cheetham Hill, Asian women’s support)
0161 740 2995