Breakthrough UK is a Manchester based disabled people’s organisation. We are led by disabled people and we support other disabled people to work and live independently.

Breakthrough celebrates 20 years

We're incredibly proud this year to be celebrating our 20th anniversary. We produced this short video of some clients who have worked with us over the years, talking about their memories and experiences of Breakthrough.

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For Organisations

We support employers in Greater Manchester to create fair and accessible workplaces, and to confidently employ disabled people.

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There are many ways you can get involved with Breakthrough UK.

Talk to us about Hate Crime or Harassment

We're a Third Party Hate Crime Reporting Centre. This means we act as an alternative establishment to the police where incidents can be reported in safety and confidence.

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Volunteering at Breakthrough

Whether it's working directly with clients or an office based activity, there are plenty of ways for you to volunteer with Breakthrough and learn new skills.

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Find us

Breakthrough UK is a Manchester-based disabled people's organisation. We are based at the Abraham Moss Centre in Crumpsall, North Manchester.

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Location: Breakthrough UK Ltd,The Kevin Hyett Suite, Abraham Moss Centre, Crescent Road, Manchester

News

  • Voting in the General Election

    Your Voice Counts! Voting in the General Election. Read all about voting in the General Election here. Read more

  • Matthew's connecting story

    As with all our services, Breakthrough's Community Connecting project puts the person at the centre. Find out how Connector Tracey worked with Matthew to support his choices to become a reality. Read more

  • World of words opens up for Michael

    “I’ve always been nervous about reading in case I got laughed at. I use pictures a lot, as they help me get around in everyday life.” Read more

Events

  • Hate Crime Research

    Call for Participants - Hate Crime Research This research is interested in your experiences and understandings of hate and hate crime. The researcher would like to hear about how these experiences impact your sense of identity. Read more