Frequently Asked Questions
Any adult in Stockport or Cheshire East can contact us. Some of our support services are more specific on postcode, but we will have an initial chat with anyone. It might be that we signpost you to a more appropriate service.
If you’re outside of our area, please click here to find your local Mind; it is worth noting that not every area is covered by a local Mind – there are other services out there who can help you as well.
We have a drop-in group open to all adults regardless of postcode, but this is on hold due to Coronavirus.
Our office address is:
65 Union Street
The office is currently closed due to Coronavirus but there are other ways we can support you.
No, many people experiencing mental distress don’t have a diagnosis. We welcome you to contact us regardless.
No, there is no charge for using our community support services. Donations are welcome, but are not expected and would only be at your own discretion.
We are unable to give specific advice about medication. If you have concerns or questions about your medication, please see your GP. National Mind publish general information about medication which can be found here.
We understand how difficult it can be when someone you care about is experiencing mental distress. It can often leave you feeling worried, helpless and upset – especially if the person you care for doesn’t want support or don’t feel they need help.
You can encourage your loved one to get in contact with us, to see how we can help them.
Also, at Stockport Mind we have a service to support mental health Carers – please feel free to contact the team for more information on how they can help you in your caring role.