Counselling charities, Third Sector organisations and other local providers across Bolton are working together as 1point to provide streamlined access to a range of psychological health and wellbeing services. 1point members are well-established local organisations and each have a proven track-record of success in supporting the local community. Between them they provide more than 130 trained and professionally qualified counsellors and therapists.
1 Silverwell Lane, BL1 1QN
Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust (GMMH) is proud to be the lead provider of substance misuse treatment and recovery service in the boroughs of Bolton, Salford and Trafford. Our approach, under the name ‘Achieve’ will focus on delivering innovative and high performing substance misuse treatment and recovery with our partners using a proven approach that will promptly identify and support people affected by alcohol or drug misuse into appropriate treatment. We are
Beacon House, 73 Manchester Road, BL2 1ES
The adult learning disability team is based within Bolton Council’s Active Case Management teams and works alongside social care colleagues. Together we aim to provide a service to adults with a learning disability across a wide range of Health and social care needs.
Farnworth Town Hall, Market Street, BL4 7PD
Age UK Bolton (formerly known as Age Concern Bolton) provides a range of services and activities to support older people (50+) to lead safe, independent and fulfilled lives. An independent and self-fundinglocal registered charity (223240), we are also proud to be abrand partner of the influential network of Age UK.We work hard with all communities of older people - those who are active and independent and those who are frailer and more dependent - to meet their changing needs and aspirations:
The Square, 53-55 Victoria Square, BL1 1RZ
We aim to create age friendly communities and generate ways to create stronger community connections for people over 50. A partnership of Bolton CVS, Age UK Bolton and Bolton at Home will be delivering the programme in Bolton in The Halliwell, Crompton and Tonge with The Haulgh areas over the next five years. A large percentage of the funding received will be allocated to small investments for older people to design and deliver projects that aim to build stronger community connections. The
Bold Street, BL1 1LS
Angels Dance, Fitness and Performance was set up in August 2010 by Melissa Finbarr-Smith, with support from her Husband, Tony. Melissa studied at Bury College, where she trained in Performing Arts, and also is a qualified Zumba Fitness Instructor, and a member of the Zumba Instructor’s Network. Melissa has a passion for teaching, and teaches Jazz dance and streetdance classes for children and adults. She also runs Bolton Zumba Fitness classes for adults. Her adults have had massive success
Highfield Hall Farmhouse, BL4 0AW
Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC),registered Art Therapist, providing a sessional service to organisations throughout Greater Manchester.British Association of Art Therapists (BAAT),Members Directory listed, approved Private Practitioner.
159 Urmston Lane, Stretford, M32 9EH
Asda Pharmacy in Farnworth offers you a wide range of services to suit the health needs of you and your family, as well as offering products and advice when you need it. We are open when you need it - seven days a week. We offer the following services: Free Prescription Collection Service Free Medicine Usage Review Smoking Cessation Supervised Consumption Needle Exchage Malaria Prevention and Seasonal Flu Jab Service
Asda Farnworth, BL4 9DT
Aspire Training works along side Bury College and Care to Learn to enable teenage parents aged 16-19 years of age to complete their Level 2 and Level 3 in Childcare. A Bury College tutor does one full day class on site at Rosehill Nursery, Manchester Road, Bolton. Students will complete two and a half placement days also at the nursery and receive half a day homework session. Care to Learn fund the children's nursery place Mon-Thurs 9.30-4.30. Aspire Training gives teenage parents an
160 Manchester Road, BL2 1HE
Our specialised service supports children aged 0 to 19 (if in full-time education) with hearing and balance difficulties and works closely with a number of other services. We provide hearing aid assessments, management of hearing loss and hearing aids, and instigate medical investigations to determine possible causes of hearing loss and balance problems.
Children’s Hearing Assessment Centre, Aylesford Walk, BL1 3SQ
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