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Dementia Women's Drop-In

Our Women's Dementia Wellbeing Support offers mental health and emotional wellbeing to those living with dementia, their carers and their families.

Provision of one-to-one support and in groups in a variety of community languages Urdu, Punjabi, Bangla and Swahili.  Drop in to visit our team for advice, support or just a chat and a drink.  

Free to all women living with dementia, carers and their families. 

Mind Wellbeing Centre, 3-11 Drake Street, Rochdale, OL16 1RE
Umbrella org:
Rochdale and District Mind
Area serviced:
Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale
Contact name:
Dementia Wellbeing Team
07896 146 445
Opening times:
Fortnightly Wednesdays from 1pm till 2.30pm
How to apply:
Just turn up

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