Who is this service for?
The Labyrinth Project aims to support the most vulnerable and out of reach communities within Salford, with a particular focus on Central and Eastern European Nationals.
How much does this cost?
This is a free service. We are funded by NHS Salford CCG Innovation Fund.
How to access the support
You do not need to be referred or fill out a form to access this service. Simply get in touch or check our socials to find out when we will next be delivering a drop-in session near you and turn up! No appointment is needed.
Call/ text / whatsapp: 07943 281 706
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Our drop in sessions take place at:
- Pendleton Gateway, 1 Broadwalk, Salford, M6 5FX
- Eccles Public Library, 28 Barton Lane, Eccles, M30 0TU
- Broughton Hub Centre, Community Room 4, 50 Rigby Street, Salford, M7 4BQ
- Emmanuel Centre, 174 Langworthy Road, Salford, M6 5PN
Our aim is to support Salford residents to navigate through the ‘labyrinth’ of health and social care services, to build resilience and improve health and wellbeing.
We are running drop-ins every Monday and Friday mornings at locations across Salford.
The sessions are free and everyone is welcome – whether it’s for a brew and a biscuit and to meet other people, to take part in creative activities, or for some more specific advice on issues such as housing, benefits or health.
Our Community Connectors are on hand at each session to provide one-to-one advice and information and help connect people with support services.
If you prefer to speak in your own language, we have volunteer interpreters who speak CEE languages, as well as Polish staff members.
The Melissus Project specialise in Trauma Informed Support, and we have utilised this approach in our drop-in sessions, creating a warm, inclusive and welcoming environment.