Wellbeing and Anger Support Project (WASP)
Address: Wellbeing Centre, Chestergate, Stockport SK1 1LZ
Phone: 07890 909547
Website: http://www.e-motions.org.uk , http://www.angersupport.wordpress.com
Contact Name: Margaret Hall
Comment: Group giving support to people experiencing anger or aggression issues. Contact Margaret in first instance to discuss the course and its suitability for you. Held first and third Monday of each month 7.30-9pm.
Address: Graylaw House, Chestergate, Stockport, SK1 1LZ
Phone: 0161 474 7713
Office Hours: Tuesday 10am-4.30pm Wednesday 10am-3pm Thursday 10am-4.30pm Friday 10am-4pm
Phone Hours: Tuesday 10am-4.30pm Wednesday 10am-3pm Thursday 10am-4.30pm Friday 10am-4pm
Comment: Offers information and signposting, computerised CBT, music dance and art groups, drop-in, self-help, opportunities for volunteers, complementary therapies.
Younger Onset Dementia Steering Group
Address: The Meadows, Owens Farm Drive, Offerton, Stockport SK2 5EQ
Phone: 0161 419 6064
Contact Name: Ruth Chaplin Occupational Therapist
Comment: Provides a point of contact for carers and people with younger onset dementia for information.
The Base Youth Project
Address: Stockport Youth Service, The Base Youth Project, PO Box 93, Stockport SK1 3FJ
Phone: 0161 477 4096
Fax: 0161 477 4096
Contact Name: Alison or Jamie.
Office Hours: Thursday 7.00-9.00pm
Comment: A youth project for young men and women up to the age of 25 years who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or those exploring their sexuality. Social and peer support, group activities and discussion
Stockport User-Friendly Forum (STUFF)
Address: STUFF, c/o Well Being Centre, Graylaw House, Chestergate, Stockport SK1 1LZ
Phone: 0161 474 7713 (Well Being Centre), 0161 483 1010 ext 0199 (Stepping Hill Hospital) or 0161 480 4129 (24 hour answerphone)
Fax: 0161 474 7040
Contact Name: Shirley Dean
Office Hours: Weds 2pm-4pm Hillside Centre, Stepping Hill Hospital. Monthly service user forums 2nd Mon each month 7-9pm at Well-being Centre
Comment: STUFF aims to combat stigma and give mental health service users a stronger voice in Stockport. Represents the interests of service users on a range of committees and encourage people to voice their opinions on mental health services. Offers support and companionship to service users. People who have had or are currently experiencing mental distress are encouraged to come along and have a “cuppa and a chat”, make new friends OR become more involved with influencing changes to mental health services. Involved with training and research connected promoting well being and improved services for service users and their loved ones.