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Please remember that you're never on your own

Please remember that you're never on your own
Remember- if you’re struggling with your mental wellbeing, you're never on your own. We hope you can join us in spreading this simple message in observance of World Mental Health Day (which is this Sunday, 10 October).
To make it easier for those that might need them, we've gathered together some of the professional support services and information hubs available in and around Bolton:
  • Single Point Of Access (SPOA) can help with anxiety or depression. They're available on 01204 483101 or via their online portal at:
  • Samaritans are here for you to listen in confidence and without judgement 24 hours a day. Contact them on 116 123 (Freephone) or email:
  • Kooth offers online counselling for children and young people in Bolton 11 to 25 years old, visit:
  • Bolton’s Mental Health Microsite for Children and Young People - Bekindtomymind was produced with young people in Bolton and provides a directory of local services available to support young people’s mental health:
  • You can learn more about Bolton Manbassadors- our Community Investment Team's men's mental health initiative- at
Remember, our UCAN centre teams can help with a variety of matters or concerns.
We’re only a click/call away- and most of our centres are now open for in-person visits if you'd like a face-to-face chat. Click here if you'd like the opening hours or contact details for your nearest UCAN centre.

Bolton at Home on air!

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We've partnered with Bolton FM to bring exclusive interviews from our staff live on-air!

You can learn more, and listen to our previous Bolton FM broadcasts by clicking here.

Tap4 issues

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This quarter, we thought you’d find our 2020/21 Annual Report more useful than a standalone issue of TAP4.

Why? Because it includes more detail on many of the topics we’d otherwise include in the latest TAP4 issue.

  • a breakdown of how we spent EVERY PENNY from each pound of rent you'd paid us, 

  • how building NEW BUILD HOMES benefits you, regardless of whether you live in one, 

  • and the exact number of COMPLAINTS we’ve received, as well as some examples of how we’ve learnt from them (such as missed appointments, fly tipping, and our Antisocial Behaviour Policy). 

Want to read a previous issue of TAP4? No problem. They're listed below:

Past TAP4 issues (newest first):

Click here to read TAP4 Issue 7

Click here to read TAP4 Issue 6

Click here to read TAP4 Issue 5

Click here to read TAP4 Issue 4

Click here to read TAP4 Issue 3

Click here to read TAP4 Issue 2

Click here to read TAP4 Issue 1