Need a helping hand? If you live in Bolton you can find free, immediate online support for your mental health and wellbeing via Kooth and Qwell. Aged 10-25? Head to www.kooth.com Aged 26+? Visit www.qwell.io
- Details of Bolton’s leisure centres
- Supporting and encouraging the people of Bolton to positively change their lives - Let's Keep Bolton Moving
- Free eBooks, eAudiobooks and eMagazines via Bolton Library
Support if you or if your child is disabled
- Apply for Universal Credit if you’re disabled
- Apply for Employment and Support Allowance
- Support with living costs including Attendance Allowance if you’re state pension age or Personal Independence Payment (PIP)
- Apply for a disabled persons railcard from National Rail
- Apply for Access to Work for support to get or stay in work
- Apply for Disability Living Allowance (DLA) for children
Help for Families
- Childcare Choices - Government help with childcare costs for parents. Whether you have toddlers or teens, you could get support.
- Bolton Families Information Service offers free information on early education and services for children, young people and families in Bolton (including help with childcare costs).
- Find out more about our Start Well Services for Families
- Apply for support with maternity costs with the Maternity Grant (Sure Start)
- Be Kind To My Mind is a Bolton campaign to reduce the stigma and discrimination around mental health.
- Want to know how to explore Bolton’s fantastic green spaces, along with the benefits of an active lifestyle and being in nature? To make it easier, a new section on our website brings together loads of useful information on parks, skateparks and places to go walking and cycling. Find out more at: www.bolton.gov.uk/activebolton