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Stockport Services


 Healthy Stockport            

Healthy Stockport is a free, confidential local support service to help people living, working or registered with a GP in Stockport make positive lifestyle changes.   



Health and Care Finder App

A Stockport Health & Care Finder app has been created to give people a chance to take more control of their own health. This will help to increase people’s understanding of how to use and access local health and social care services, self-care options and lifestyle opportunities.



If you have a compatible Android or Apple device you can download the Stockport Health & Care Finder App by going to your app store and searching for it by name or by scanning the QR Code.



 Independent Options

The Children & Family Centre

The Children & Family Centre provides play opportunities in a safe and welcoming environment for children with Learning Disabilities and Additional Needs. Through its wide range of groups, play sessions and training courses, children can learn and play, while parents can access a wide range of information and support.

The Centre holds groups and activities including:

After School Club, Sign and Sign, Sensory Stories, Sibling Club, Boredom Busters, Parents Coffee Morning.




To find out more information about the Centre, click here.


Independent Options

The Pines - 67 Chester Road

Hazel Grove




T: 0161 456 6502


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 British Red Cross - Loan of Equipment

The Red Cross provide short-term loans of wheelchairs and other equipment. These are designed to help you get around and improve your comfort.

The types of mobility aids you can borrow include:

  • Wheelchairs
  • Crutches
  • Backrests
  • Bath seat
  • Walking sticks and frames
  • Commodes
  • Bedpans
  • Urinals




They request donations to help them provide the service. The service is run by their volunteers. A refundable deposit may also be required for some items. 

You can buy equipment from their online shop by clicking here.


Centres in the area that provide loans of equipment are as follows:


Stockport: Heaton Moor Centre - SK4 3LD

Tel: 07843 501164

Stockport: 14 Derby Way - SK6 7AH

Tel: 0161 427 8366

Manchester: Bradbury House - M16 9HQ

Tel: 0161 888 8900 

Visit: to find out more

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Stockport Psychological Wellbeing Service

The Psychological Wellbeing Service in Stockport offers a range of support and services including one to one support based on cognitive behavioural therapy techniques, groups, workshops and e-therapy (computer based therapy). Do you suffer from...

Low mood / Depression; Loss of interest and pleasure; Feelings of worthlessness, hopelessness and guilt; Poor concentration; Excessive worry or panic; Sleep problems; Anxiety





To find out more or refer to the service please call 0161 480 2020


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Stockport Foodbank

Stockport Foodbank is looking to help all those going through "tough times" with the provision of emergency food parcels which contain enough food for 3 days irrespective of the size of your household. In addition we also include toiletries, plus nappies and baby wipes.



Offerton Dementia Drop In

For anyone with dementia and their relatives or carer. Come along and have a cuppa and a chat at our friendly, relaxed dementia drop in.

Offerton Community Centre
Mallowdale Road
Offerton SK2 5NX

First Wednesday of the month

10:30am till 12:30pm

Stockport Contraceptive and Sexual Health Service

For information on the contraceptive and sexual health service (CASH) please phone 0161 426 5599 or click the link to view an information leaflet for the CASH Service.

Opening times are:

Monday - Friday 10am-12noon, 1pm-4pm




Breaking Free!

Are you withdrawing from antidepressant medication? Worried about the impact this will have on your mood? Scared that your depression will come back? Or worried about side effects? the breaking free course could help you.

For more information visit the website





Rethink Mental Illness Manchester Group

The Group is open to Carers and people who suffer from Mental Illness. This is a campaigning, information and support group for anyone in Manchester.

For more information contact:

Mary Patel

07816754032 (M)

Manchester Digital Laboratory (MADLAB)

36-540 Edge Street


M4 1HN

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