Our North West centre in Manchester

Contact information

Visit our contact us page to send a message or find direct contact details below.

Please note that the North West centre has recently moved out of our Spear Street address. We will move into the new address below on 13/09/2021, although we will not be fully up and running then. You can send post to this address after that date but please check first before visiting. Our phone numbers have not changed. We look forward to welcoming you to the new centre!

Address: Chichester House, 91 Moss Lane East, Manchester, M15 5GY 

Telephone: 0161 236 5744

Email: [email protected]

Centre Manager: Ann Salter

Office Co-ordinator: Katie Brandon

Our centre has been on a journey from its set up on ‘a wing and a prayer’, with many challenges and successes on its way to its central place today in the Manchester community. We’re proud to be part of the work with refugees in the area. Our centre is warm and welcoming to our clients and those working with us: the word ‘centre’ has never felt more important than here.

Simon, North West centre

About the North West centre

Our centre in Manchester was set up in 2003. It was our first centre outside of London, in response to the dispersal of asylum seekers across the UK.

The centre offers therapy and other support to adults, children, young people and families, as well as medico-legal reports. Visit our Help for Survivors section for more information and to make a referral. Clinicians also offer training and support to practitioners and services across the region.

Our North West centre covers the following areas of the UK: Cheshire, Greater Manchester, Lancashire and Merseyside, including: Birkenhead, Blackburn, Blackpool, Bolton, Burnley, Bury, Chester, Crewe, Darwen, Lancaster, Leigh, Liverpool, Manchester, Nelson, Oldham, Preston, Rochdale, Salford, Southport, Stockport, Warrington and Wigan.

Football team at our North West centre in Manchester
Football team at our North West centre in Manchester
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