Action Together - supports, advises and helps individuals, groups and organisations in Oldham, Rochdale and Tameside.

Age UK Tameside - an independent charity working in Tameside to offer support and services to older people.

Anthony Seddon Fund - charity working to raise awareness of, and provide support for, all areas relating to mental health and well-being.

Being There - a small charity providing emotional support and practical assistance to people with cancer and other life-limiting illnesses, and their family, friends and carers.

Be Well Tameside - support to make those small changes that can have big benefits to your health and wellbeing.

Breathe Easy - supportive group of people who help each other. Supported by local healthcare professionals. Make new friends who know what you’re going through, and learn more about living with a lung condition.

Cancer Warriors - making a greater awareness on all areas of cancer from diagnosis to remission and beyond. 

Citizens Advice Bureau Tameside - confidential, independent and impartial advice.

Finding Rainbows - a non-profit organisation that offers support to anyone who has suffered the loss of a baby, child or through early pregnancy loss. 

George House Trust - a charity supporting people living with or affected by HIV in the north west of England.

Health Information Centre, Tameside Hospital - for patients, their carers and family members whether an inpatient, outpatient or patient of a GP.

Health and Wellbeing College - offering an educational approach designed to empower you to take control of your own health and wellbeing, while learning new skills, making friends and connecting with others. 

Henshaws - a charity committed to helping blind and disabled people and their families across the north of England.

Infinity Initiatives - operating predominantly in the Tameside area, support those deemed to be vulnerable and presenting with multiple needs.

Kooth - a web based confidential mental health support service for young people aged 11 - 18.

Medicines Formulary - produced by Tameside Hospital, and made public. If you have been prescribed medication you can look it up here and see national guidelines for treating the related medical condition. This is not an easy to read site as it contains clinical guidance aimed at health professionals.

Noah's A.R.T. - service aimed at vulnerable individuals living in the community or in social care settings who enjoy the company of animals but may be unable to keep their own pets.

Off The Record - a free counselling service for young people in Tameside and Oldham.

Pulmonary Fibrosis support group - support group for patients, family, carers and friends.

Sexual health - clinics are free and confidential.

Starling - using the arts and creativity as a tool to work together with neurodivergent young people.

Tameside Advocacy Service - provides advocacy to a range of people in their homes and other community settings across the area, including residential or care settings and hospitals.

Tameside and Glossop Maternity Voices Partnership - local parents have the opportunity to make a difference to maternity services in the area, and can receive support.

Tameside & Glossop Stroke Recovery - practical advice, emotional support and high-quality information following a stroke.

Tameside, Oldham and Glossop Mind - charity offering services that promote well-being and improved mental health.

The Bureau - identify and link together community needs and solutions to enable people to live independently and improve the quality of life for local communities around Glossop.

The Proud Trust - supports lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans young people in the North West of England.

Walking for Health - a network of health walk schemes, some of which take place in Tameside.

We accept no responsibility for the content of these external sites - they are simply listed in case you find them useful. We would welcome your feedback about any of these sites - whether postive or negative.