Places to go / Activities
Stockport Progress and Recovery Centre (SPARC)
Address: Progress House, 35a Adswood Lane East Cale Green Stockport SK2 6RE
Phone: 0161 429 9744
Comment: Day Centre for adults who are experiencing or recovering from mental health problems; has a range of leisure, therapeutic and social activities. For adults who are receiving support under the Care Program Approach via a Care Co-ordinator.
Address: The Pines, 67 Chester Rd, Hazel Grove, Stockport. SK7 5PE
Phone: 0161 456 6502
Office Hours: Office 9am-5pm Monday-Friday support workers work as needed
Comment: Provide support on a one-to-one basis or for small groups of adults who have expressed an interest in doing an activity together. People can use their time to develop personal interests and hobbies and trips are also organised. People also use support to pursue employment opportunities including voluntary work, paid work and to set up and run their own business.
Stockport Women’s Centre
Address: 39 Greek Street, Stockport SK3 8AX
Phone: 0161 355 4455
Comment: Provides support for the women of Stockport and their families, helping to overcome isolation and social exclusion through access to adult education, health education, vocational training, psychotherapy, counselling and advocacy. Other groups and activities run throughout the year, contact the centre for information.
Arts Recovery in the Community (ARC)
Address: Hatworks, Wellington Mill, Wellington Road South, Stockport, SK3 0EU
Phone: 0161 968 1800 / 0161 480 7731
Comment: Referral from mental health services preferred – voluntary or statutory; self-referral accepted provided eligibility is established. For people over 18 years old who have or are recovering from mental health problems. A mental health community arts project with a wide range of activities to suit all levels of interest including crafts, painting techniques, mural, and creative writing, music and more. Regular exhibitions and performances. Phone for timetable as activities change over time. No time limit on membership. Members encouraged to take a proactive role in the development of the project.