Gaddum – About us
We are an independent voluntary sector organisation established in 1833 with a long history of providing quality services in the field of health and social care.
We aim to empower and enhance the lives of people in Greater Manchester.
We have three main focus areas:
•therapy services (mental health and wellbeing)
•carers support service (including provision for young people)
We currently work in five Greater Manchester authorities, Bury, Manchester, Rochdale, Salford and Stockport.
Gaddum has managed to survive over 180 years due to its ability to adapt to changing needs of the people of the area, it also seeks to find out how to provide the most efficient and appropriate services for communities in need.
Click on our services from the menu to find out more about what we do.
At Gaddum we are committed to providing a range of services that go the extra mile. All our work is underpinned by the following values:
Supportive – we work in partnership with people who use our services, to provide support tailored to their specific needs.
Empowering – we empower people who use our services to develop their confidence and knowledge, with the opportunity to actively improve and sustain their wellbeing.
Professional – we provide confidential people-centred services delivered with accountability and integrity to the highest standards.
Innovative – we seek out creative ways of working to provide quality, sustainable services, responding positively to change and building upon our core strengths of listening, advising, supporting.
Diverse – we recognise and value diversity and the unique needs, experiences and qualities of the people both using and delivering our services.