The Mental Health and Wellbeing of both our staff and learners is very important to us here at Rochdale Training. We pride ourselves on taking time out to look after the wellbeing of one another with different events that we run whether that be for a morning, afternoon or a full day for everyone at Rochdale Training to look after their wellbeing.
If you feel like you need to talk to someone we have people on-site who can help you. Please see details below:
There are also external places you can talk to if you are struggling with Mental Health:
- NHS Pennine Care - provides a range of mental health, learning difficulty and autism services for all ages.
- #Thrive from Children and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) - offering different types of support and advice on your mental health and general lifestyle. For children and young people aged up to 19 years.
- Kooth - children and teenagers aged 11-18 can use this confidential and anonymous online counselling and emotional well-being service.
- Anna Freud - young people can get help building on their strengths and achieving their goals.
- Young Minds - help for teenagers who are anxious or scared about coronavirus.
- The National Autistic Society - children on the autism spectrum, including those with Asperger syndrome can access advice, tips and links to further resources on dealing with anxiety.
- Shout - anyone 16 years or older who's experiencing mental health challenges can access a free text message helpline. You can send a text message any time of day or night wherever you are. Every conversation is with a human being.
Suicide and suicidal thoughts
We know things can get difficult. If you find yourself feeling anxious, stressed or overwhelmed, there's free support and advice available to you.
What to do if you're having suicidal thoughts
If you're having suicidal thoughts, Samaritans are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
You can get help from Samaritans by phone, email, or through their self-help app.
- Phone Samaritans for free at 116 123
- Other ways you can contact Samaritans
NHS mental health helpline for the borough of Rochdale
The NHS mental health helpline is available to support people of all ages 24 hours a day.
They can listen to you and help you work through immediate problems, find ways to move forward and give you information about other services that may be helpful to you or the people you care for.
Phone NHS mental health helpline at 0800 014 9995
Suicide support for Greater Manchester
Whether you're feeling suicidal, worried about someone who is, or have lost someone to suicide, you're not alone.
Shining a Light on Suicide is based in Greater Manchester and can help you find advice and support in your local area.