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Pakistani Resource Centre

The Pakistani Resource Centre is a registered charity and a voluntary organisation which was established in 1966 as a result of concerns expressed by the community regarding the lack of advice and information available for the South Asian Communities in Greater Manchester.We provide support to Communities in Manchester with Welfare Rights and also offer our Trafford BME Mental Health Service.  

Our Mental Health Service is involved in the Trafford Prevention & Wellbeing Partnership. We are offering a Free, Confidential and Non-Judgemental Service for BME Trafford Residents experiencing Mental Health. We provide Mental Health support via Therapeutic Interventions to the Black and Minority Ethnic communities and have been doing so since 1995. Our staff are sensitive to the needs of the community and understand the meaning “culturally appropriate”. 

We can help you with any issues impacting on your Mental Health & Well-being by offering: Community Outreach & Home Visits, Informal Counselling, Information and Advice to access local Services, Support to Carers, Advocacy, encourage the uptake of Health Screening Programmes, Practical support to help you access Education, Training and Voluntary Placements, Improve social exclusion and Signposting.  


Who to contact

0161 445 0633
Fax: 0161 434 1382

Where to go

Venue Address
Emery House
195 Fog Lane
M20 6FJ

When is it on?

Days & Times
Welfare Rights Service Mon-Fri, BME Mental Health Mon-Thu

Who is it for?

Supporting People With
Mental health conditions
Eligibility Details

Trafford Residents experiencing Mental Health 

How to use this service

Referral Required?
Cost Information

How accessible is this service?

Interpretation available
Further Details

Available on request

Last updated date:
14 June 2018


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