Over the years, ACMHS has established partnerships with many organisations. If your organisation would like to partner with us, please ‘download’, complete and return the form and one of our staff members will contact you.
Disability Advisory and Support Service and University of Manchester Assessment Centre
The financial impact of COVID-19 on young people: the top facts and statistics
Young adults are among the hardest hit by the pandemic, with many having lost jobs, missed school, and been unable to meet friends and family during lockdowns. They will also carry the long-term economic burden of COVID-19 for years to come.
“Understanding and managing anxiety: A guide for university students (in halls)”
Health & Wellness Post-Covid: Trends and statistics for 2022
“Guide to Supporting the Mental Health & Wellbeing of Musicians”
“The financial impact of COVID-19 on young people: the top facts and statistics”
“A Guide to Grief: Stages of Grief, Coping Tips, Sympathy Flowers, & More”
ULAF, a local group raising awareness about lupus and fibromyalgia.
Support groups meets 3rd Thursday of the month at Z-Arts Centre, Stretford Road, Hulme, Manchester, M15 5ZA : 6-8pm
Contact: 07535447193 for further information
Manchester Sickle Cell & Thalassaemia Centre (MSCTC) – Citywide
Helpful Grief Resources
TRIGGER WARNING: Teen’s Self-Harm and a Proper Prevention [a must-read]