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Rochdale Connections Trust (RCT)

Rochdale Connections Trust is a local Charity who have worked to support local people living across the Borough of Rochdale for over 20 years.


By knowing our community, understanding the complexity of the issues faced and evolving as an organisation to meet the changing social, health and wellbeing needs we are now the leading independent provider of Domestic Abuse Services.

We also provide 1:1 mentoring support to young people facing difficulty and a raft of interventions designed to help families.

Address:
60 Drake Street, Rochdale, OL16 1PA
Telephone:
01706 345111
Website:
How to apply:
Please ring for details.
Sector:
Voluntary

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Information and support for children, parents, guardians or anyone wanting information about childhood issues.
Relaxation, building up self esteem and self management all help towards people's wellbeing.
Help, support and guidance for people who are wanting to reach out for extra support within the community.
Talking treatments can help you to overcome emotional difficulties and free yourself from self-destructive ways of feeling thinking and behaving. They work by providing an opportunity for you to talk in a way that assists you to understand yourself better. Having gained this understanding you can work out ways of living your life in a more positive and constructive way. This way of changing your life is very different from using drugs such as tranquillisers and antidepressants which doctors often prescribe for people who are emotionally distressed. These drugs change your mood by affecting the balance of chemicals in your body but do not help you to deal with underlying problems. Counselling is a form of psychological or talking therapy that offers people a chance to change how they feel and to live better.
Day services are great for people with mental health issues. Why not join a club and meet ew people.
Any incident of threatening behaviour, violence or abuse (psychological, physical, sexual, financial or emotional) between adults who are or have been intimate partners or family members, regardless of gender or sexuality.
A forced marriage takes place when the bride, groom or both do not want to get married but are forced to by others, usually their families. People forced into marriage may be tricked into going abroad, physically threatened and/or emotionally blackmailed to do so. Every year, hundreds of young people in Britain, both male and female, are forced into marriage against their will, often by violence and blackmail from their own families and relatives.
Services specifically developed for adult human males
A group of people who are available to support one another emotionally, socially, and sometimes financially.
Empowerment refers to increasing the spiritual, political, social or economic strength of individuals and communities. It often involves the empowered developing confidence in their own capacities.
1.Freely offer to do something. 2.Offer (help) in such a way. 3.Say or suggest something without being asked. 4.Work for an organization without being paid. 5.Commit (someone) to a particular undertaking, typically without consulting them.
Help and support for young people who have, or know someone who has mental health issues.