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Phoenix Programme

The Phoenix group provides women a safe, friendly and non-judgemental environment to talk and be themselves.

The programme focuses on enabling women to manage their mental wellbeing, general health, recognise signs of domestic violence / abuse and how to stay safe.  

The group is split into two sessions a week.  Our Monday session is focused on doing practical fun activities with the women.  Friday's session focuses on how the women can get through the weekend as this can be a difficult time.  

60 Drake Street, Rochdale, OL16 1PA
Umbrella org:
Rochdale Connections Trust
01706 345111
How to apply:
Telephone or e-mail in first instance

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