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Rochdale and Oldham

Supporting your recovery every step of the way

Covid-19 Updates
Find out how we’re responding to the challenges of coronavirus (COVID-19). Click here to read more and for the latest updates.


Working closely with partner agencies for the benefit of our service users.

Working Links

Working Links is a leading provider of tailored services to help people maximise their potential. They deliver a range of innovative interventions to help create positive futures for people, their families and their communities – in Britain and beyond. 

The Links to Work programme will support you into sustainable employment. Working Links will work with you to identify your strengths, skills and abilities, and any barriers you may have into employment. Working Links can help to build up your self-confidence, motivation and prepare for interviews. Once on programme you will receive one to one appointments with a Personal Consultant who will support you to overcome any barriers and then search and apply for jobs. You will also have on-going access to tutor-run group training sessions in addition to the health and wellbeing workshops organised by a dedicated Health Facilitator. Once in work Working Links support does not stop there; you will also receive in-work support for six months to ensure that everything is going well and you have all the help and advice you need.


Age UK

Age UK Leicestershire & Rutland are working in partnership with Turning Point to deliver the Last Orders project. Age UK are holding workshops across Leicester City, County and Rutland in order to raise awareness of alcohol unit measures, the affect it has when mixed with medications and understanding the impact which regular substance use can have on our bodies. Age UK will be offering information and advice about the various services which are available, encouraging people to receive the support which they need.

The Last Orders project is also guiding people over the age of 50 who are currently receiving support for their alcohol or substance use into different services. They meet with the person to discuss their interests or needs and then introduce them to a range of different projects, social groups and organisations.


We are currently providing limited face to face support as a result of COVID-19; however treatment is still available. Find out the latest update on how the service is operating and please phone your local hub if you need assistance.

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