• Mental Health support

    We support homeless, vulnerable and those in need with emotional wellbeing and mental health support and signposting to the right services. During the Covid pandemic we have been offering hot meals, hot drinks and toiletries to those in need. Our volunteers are providing a takeaway hot meal on Wednesdays between 2 – 4pm and Saturdays between 9pm – 11pm from our base at 6 Hunters Lane, Oldham OL1 1QU.

    Contact for further details: Donna Shaw

    Day: Wednesday, Saturday
    Time: Wednesday 2-4.30pm Saturday 11.00pm -3.00am
    Frequency: Weekly
    Cost: Free

    Professional Referral: No
    Self Referral:
    Accessible for disabled people: Yes
    Accessible for people with language needs: No

    About the host organisation

    Hosted by: Oldham Town Centre Chaplaincy + Street Angels (part of Greater Manchester Industrial Mission - GMIM)
    Organisation Profile:

    Sitting under the umbrella of GMIM, the Oldham Town Centre Chaplaincy and Street Angels project offers support and listening services to those in the town centre, both day and night-time economies.
    The Chaplaincy service began in March 2006 and provides a listening ear for those working in the town centre during business hours Monday to Friday.
    Street Angels began in November 2011 to provide support to those enjoying the pub/club scene on Saturday nights (11pm - 3am) to ensure they can do so as safely as possible working closely with the pub/club managers and security staff.
    Street Angels Drop-in was added in January 2018 and provides an opportunity on Saturday night (11pm - 1am) for a hot meal, first aid, and a listening ear in the Hunters Lane base for rough sleepers/homeless.

    Charity Number: 1091274