Get Help

Although much of our stuff is activity based, we also have a network of people and of contacts that we can call upon if people need help or are experiencing problems.

Below are some details of individuals and organisations that may be of use, but if there's something not covered here then please get in touch and we will provide any assistance we can.

Need Help Getting Help?

If you would like assistance getting any help that you need then we are more than happy to muck in.

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The Samaritans

If you're really struggling then The Samaritans are available 24/7 by dialling 116 123.

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Bury Getting Help Line

If you need help with anything at all then Early Break have set up a general helpline.

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Mental Health Support For Young People

Early Break is a service designed to meet the needs of young people under the age of twenty-one and their families with regard to drug and alcohol use in Bury, Rochdale and East Lancashire.

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Citizens Advice Bury

If you have any kind of practical problem then Bury Citizens Advice provides free, confidential, independent and impartial advice on your rights and responsibilities.

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Substance Misuse NHS Services for Bury

The extremely successful One-Recovery service has been taken over by Greater Manchester Mental Health Foundation Trust's Achieve Recovery Services who now manage everything.

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Bury Council - Older People's Staying Well Team

If you are over 50 and registered with a GP in the borough then you can receive help from Bury Council's Staying Well Team, provided you are not in receipt of adult care support.

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Helpline for Older People

The Silver Line operates a confidential, free helpline that's open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

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Domestic Abuse Support

There are two national helplines for domestic abuse support depending on your sex.

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Food Banks and homelessness in Bury

We are aware of four foodbanks in and around Bury, and two organisations that deal with homelessness.

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Housing / Domestic Violence - Bury Central Access Point

The Central Access Point (CAP) is a single point of access to housing related support. This is for all people who are requiring support to sustain their tenancies or are at risk of homelessness or are already homeless.

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Mental Health - People already under Pennine Care

If you are already being seen by Pennine Care for mental health issues then they currently have a helpline number you can call.

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Mental Health Support

Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust runs a Mental Health run a 24 hour helpline.

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Mental Health - Anxiety Support

Anxiety UK run a fabulous website full of resources, and have a helpline that's available from 9:30am until 10pm.

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Mental Health Support for Adults

Healthy Minds is a Pennine Care nhs service that allow you to self-refer if in need of help.

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Mental Health Support for Adults

Bury Involvement Group (BIG) is a charity offering a range of free and open support groups.

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