When you speak to Careers & Welfare, the advisor will assess the best way to support you. This may mean we make a referral to a support angencies. We will not do this without your permission. Some of the places we may refer are:
Advice Services for Refugees and Asylum Seekers (Manchester Refugee Support Network)
Manchester Refugee Support Network operates an independent community advice service, giving advice and information to refugees and asylum seekers and their families. Visit the website to find out where sessions are being held.
0161 202 8914
Advicenow is an independent, not-for-profit website providing accurate, up-to-date information on rights and legal issues. Our information service brings together the best information on the law and rights from over 200 UK websites.
Asylum Support Housing Advice
ASHA is a non-profit voluntary organisation that helps asylum seekers whose applications have been refused and whose status renders them homeless and destitute.
0161 227 85550161 227 8555Fax: 0161 227 8585
Boaz Trust: Support for Asylum Seekers and Refugees
The Boaz Trust offers accommodation for destitute refused asylum seekers and homeless refugees in Greater Manchester. They also offer support with Basic Living Essentials, pastoral care, legal advice as well as running recreational and educational activities. Visit the website for further details.
0161 202 1056
The Booth Centre is a drop-in, advice and activities center for homeless people with a history of rough sleeping. Services include: Open Door Drop-ins Volunteering opportunities. Activities include Art, Music, sessions for people over 50 and outdoor activities. Help to move on to education, training and employment.
0161 835 2499
City Centre Project
Emergency advice and support to 16-25 yrs. experiencing homelessness and housing difficulties. Access centers at Wythenshawe and Manchester city center. Range of services including breakfast drop in, showers, laundry, advice, resettlement - generic 16-25 and young unaccompanied refugees, supported housing, tenancy training, support services.
0161 228 7655
42nd Street provides a support service to young people aged 13 to 25 who are experiencing stress and mental health problems. Young people can access individual support, counselling and a range of groups at the Manchester city center base.
Helpline: 0161 228 1888
Adult Bereavement Counselling Service
Loss & Bereavement are issues that affect all of us at different points throughout our lives. Although a part of life, the impacts can be far reaching and you may feel like you're isolated, not coping, unable to move on with your own life.
0161 834 6069
ANXIETY UK is a national registered charity formed over 30 years ago by a sufferer of agoraphobia for those affected by anxiety disorders. Today we are still a user-led organisation, run by sufferers and ex-sufferers of anxiety disorders supported by a high-profile medical advisory panel.
08444 775 774
The Bridge - Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS)
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service for children and young people in North Manchester. Services include Social Communication Assessment and Intervention Team (SCAIT). Clinical Service for Children with Disabilities - a specialist team who see children with severe learning disabilities, Acquired Brain Injury, Autism and much more.
0161 203 3250
Manchester Mind (formerly the Harp Project) is a local voluntary sector organisation providing services to people in Manchester. We are committed to improving the lives of people with mental health needs. Services include an Advice Service for adults over 16 years of age.
0161 226 9907
Crisis Point is a mental health crisis support center where people can manage or resolve their crisis and develop strategies to prevent or better manage such crisis in the future. Covering all of Manchester, they offer a range of services for people including accommodation and advice.
0161 225 95000/161 225 9500 Fax: 0161 225 4009
Arise HIV Support Project
The Arise Project provides advice, information and support to Black (African, Caribbean, Asian & Mixed Race) communities living or affected by HIV in Manchester. Our support workers develop support plans tailored to the individual’s needs. We offer: -• One-to-one emotional support; information and advice.
0161 874 2184
Body Positive North West
We are a user-led organisation. We aim to support self-help, self-management, and self-development for people living with and affected by HIV in the North West. We have a professionally trained, registered and approved team of experts who can help guide you through any issues you may have.
0161 882 22020161 882 2202
Alternative telephone: 0161 882 2200
Alternative telephone: 0161 882 2200
Fax: 0161 882 2201
George House Trust
George House Trust provides support services to people living with HIV, their carers, partners and families. Their comprehensive range of services includes the following: One to one support Volunteer support Advice and advocacy Information Support groups Events and courses Support for carers and children.
0161 274 4499
Community Shop (Tree of Life Centre)
Just got a house? Don't have much money? Then come to our community shop where you will find everything from knives and forks, cups and plates to beds, wardrobes, sofas and electrical items. And at prices you can afford.
0161 489 7018
Lifeshare is a voluntary organisation established to help meet the needs of homeless and vulnerable people in Manchester and Salford. We offer practical assistance, support and information and continued assistance that enables people to secure suitable accommodation, support them in maintaining their tenancies, and help.
0161 235 0744
We work with individuals, families and communities both to prevent and reduce harm, to promote recovery, and to challenge the inequalities linked to alcohol and drug misuse’.
Manchester Women’s Aid is an independent charity providing a range of services for women and children affected by domestic and sexual