Wellbeing clinic

A new service from the LGF for LGBT people who live in Manchester, aged 16+ by appointment only.

LGF Intake and Triage Service

If you need some help but aren’t sure which service is best to use, our Intake and Triage Service provides information and support to help you get access to the services you need, as well as giving you the space to talk and receive some emotional support and guidance.

Click here for more information or download the application now and send it in to us by email to referrals@lgf.org.uk.

We have a mental health worker from Manchester’s Primary Care Mental Health Service running a weekly outreach mental health clinic at the LGF every Friday.

This clinic is by appointment only.

>>> Download the referral form <<<

To come along, you need to:

  • live in Manchester
  • be aged 16+
  • identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or trans*
  • are experiencing common mental health problems such as mild to moderate depression, anxiety, low mood and stress

You will need to complete a self referral form which you can get from our reception area, and by contacting Rossella Nicosia on 0845 3 30 30 30 or by emailing rossella.nicosia@lgf.org.uk .

The clinic is every Friday at The Lesbian & Gay Foundation. map

Upon submitting your self referral form, please wait to be contacted by us before coming to the clinic.

Referral to our service via health proffesionals in Manchester is also possible - please contact Lucy on the details above to find out more.

This clinic is made possible by a working partnership between The Lesbian & Gay Foundation, Manchester Mental Health & Social Care Trust and Manchester City Council.

 

*Trans is an umbrella and inclusive term used to describe the whole range of people whose own gender identity and/or gender expression differs in some way from the gender assumptions made about them at birth and from the consequent biological sex assigned to them. This applies not only to those who identify as transgender or intersex but to anyone who feels that the gender assigned to them at birth incompletely or does not at all describe their own innate gender identity. Trans includes but is not limited to: transgender, transsexual, genderqueer, non-binary, gender-fluid, gender nonconforming, intersex, third gender, twin spirited, transvestite, cross-dresser, bi-gender, trans man, trans women, agender, gender independent, and non-gender, as well as other non-binary identities