Rochdale & District Mind’s Listening Lounge aims to provide an alternative for people who utilise crisis helplines, access emergency departments for mental health support or need a listening ear outside of core mental health hours. This service aims to improve individuals’ experience and reduce pressure on crisis, hospital and urgent care services.
The Community and Crisis Services (CCS) Manager is a brand-new role at Rochdale and District Mind, overseeing out of hours crisis services, such as the Listening Lounge, as well as community outreach roles within Heywood, Middleton, Rochdale and Bury.
Tameside, Oldham and Glossop Mind are recruiting two full time Community Wellbeing Practitioners to work within their Adults’ team delivering effective, high quality services.
The role will see successful candidates complete brief assessments and deliver low intensity guided self-help within GP surgeries and community venues across the Oldham area, as well as our offices in Oldham and Ashton-under-Lyne.
Contract: 12 month fixed term
Hours: 36 hours
Location: Oldham and Tameside
Application closing date: Tuesday 8 February
We are looking to recruit a new cohort of Trainee Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners who will be required to continue their Personal and Professional Development through the completion of a fully funded Level 7 Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) qualification at Manchester University.
The role requires responsibility for the client facing, service delivery aspects of Oldham’s IAPT plus model. You will be part of The Adult Services team delivering effective, high-quality services.
Successful candidates must be available to start on 7th March 2022
Kooth have put this together in the hope that it helps you gain a good understanding of exactly what children and young people can expect to find out about them.
They also hope it helps you understand how they can support the mental wellbeing of children and young people in a safe and anonymous way.
We are looking to recruit an IAPT Counsellor to join our team and support in the delivery of our Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) Counselling services across Oldham. The successful candidate must be 2 year post qualification to be considered for this role. The role requires you to work from our community hubs and other appropriate venues to improve access to services.
Hours: 30 Hours
Location: Oldham (mainly) and Tameside
Application closing date: Friday 4 February
Interview date: TBC
Join the Peer Support Forum for peer support facilitators and come together to discuss challenges and best practice.
A space to discuss any thoughts and experiences of running peer support, and for peer support facilitators to develop their own community.
We will discuss the challenges faced, as well as hopes and vision for peer support. Examples could include – How do I attract service users? What makes peer support successful? What are the different ways to provide peer support? How do I prevent burn out among facilitators?
The webinar will be practical session during which you are taken through a step-by-step guide for creating your organisation’s income generation strategy. You will learn how to strategise and develop a diverse range of income streams to support your vital work in your community.
In this webinar they're delighted to be joined by Harriet Stranks, Director of Grants at Lloyds Bank Foundation.
After you have attended the workshop session, you can book an hour-long one-to-one follow-up session with the webinar leader to get help with your specific challenges.
Greater Together Manchester have been successful in securing some funding from GMCVO to develop/ deliver FREE Trauma informed training for grassroots community and faith organisations across Greater Manchester from March- September 2022.
They are currently in the consultation period and will be delivering consultation sessions for people across the region to attend.
Please see dates available below:
Aims/priorities: Funding is intended to support sustainability and increase resilience of organisations working with Black and minoritised women and girls.
Who can apply?
Voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations in England and Scotland may apply.