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Are you 15-25? Struggling with benefits, work, housing, studies, or money worries? Have things started to affect your mental health?
Through our advice/ casework and our Sorted project we can give advice on all the above plus appealing decisions, health, and your legal rights.
Sorted is a partnership between Manchester Mind, Greater Manchester Coalition for Disabled People (GMCDP) and Centrepoint Manchester.
The project works with disabled young people, homeless young people, and/or those young people who may be experiencing poor mental health, to support them through financial hardship crises.
Come and talk things through with one of our advisers at our weekly drop-in and we can try and help you get things sorted.
The other area of our advice work provides support through our caseworker, who can help you with some of the practical problems that are making you stressed, worried or feeling like you cannot cope.
To make a referral for casework
For more information about our advice services
More about Sorted
Manchester Mind’s Children and Young People’s service is working alongside GMCDP and Centrepoint to provide young people aged 15-25 years with advice and support, which is responsive to their specific personal circumstances. The aim is to address the issues young people are facing, identify the underlying causes, assist with basic needs, improve their wellbeing and prospects for the future. It is funded by the National Lottery’s Help through Crisis fund.