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Noticeboard

In line with the new General Data Protection Regulation, please find attached the Data Protection Privacy Notice for Patients, and leaflet explaining how we use your information

Data Protection Privacy Notice

How We Use Your Data Leaflet

 

NHS Stay Well Walks

Stay well walks will be commencing soon and we will be doing walks during lunch time to help motivate patients to exercise.

 

PRACTICE PARTICIPATION GROUP (PPG)

  

ARE YOU AN ACTIVE MEMBER OF THE COMMUNITY? MAYBE YOU WOULD LIKE TO JOIN OUR PPG?

The Sidda Family Practice has had a PPG for several years now, with approximately 10 members.  If you are interested in being the voice of the patients and would like to participate in the group as a representative for the patients and the surgery, working in the community, please contact the surgery for more details on how to.

 

Mental Health

Helplines

Saneline call 0845 767 8000 for emotional support

Samaritans call 0161 236 8000 for confidential emotional support by telephone, email, letter and face to face

NHS Direct call 111

NHS primary care mental health team call 0161 861 2236

Concern about someone's mental health, about mistreatment of a child or vulnerable adult or to report a hate crime call 0161 234 5001

Other specialist services

Art Therapy www.startmc.org.uk/join.php

African & Caribbean Mental Health Services call 0161 226 9562

Age Concern Counselling Service call 0800 027 5787

Citizens Advice Bureau call 08444 111 222 www.manchestercab.org

Crisis Point call 0161 225 9500

Manchester Mind call 0161 226 9907 www.harp-project.org

Pakistani Resource Centre call 0161 434 7800

Roby Counselling 0161 257 2653 Urdu / Farsi / other languages

Self Help Services call 0161 226 3871 www.selfhelpservices.org.uk

The Wai Yin-Kwan Wai Chinese Mental Health Project call 0161 833 0377

Websites

www.mhim.org.uk

www.llttf.com

 
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