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Gateshead Clubhouse Our aim has always been to provide the positive side of having a building-based service, while recognising that if left in isolation, these kinds of services can be institutionalised and stagnant, the input of external people, activities and new members is akin to having freshwater run into a stream. The clubhouse is truly a unique place in that it is run by people just like you; a non-institutionalised staff free service that takes pride in helping others, with many facilities available such as; A comfy sitting area to socialise and relax. A pool table. Six up to date computers with free internet access and word processing software (and free Wi-Fi). A cafe offering good food from 11-1:30pm each weekday and drinks / sandwiches / assorted snacks / sweets / crisps until 4pm. Many different group activities throughout the week: Arts, Crafts, Mindfulness, Hearing Voices Support Group, Cooking Skills, Baking Group, Social Enterprise, Adult Autism Support Group, Digital Skills, Yoga, And many more Plenty of puzzles, jigsaws, chess, Dominoes, books and games to keep your mind active. Nights out / day trips (using public transport or a coach company). Occasional local holidays away (mainstream coach companies etc.). We also […]
Gateshead Clubhouse, Worcester Green, Gateshead. NE8 1NH
Activities, Community Garden and Allotments, Garden Kitchen, Natural Therapy Suite, Hydrotherapy Pool, support for adults with Disabilities, support for young people and adults with Downs Syndrome and their families, Community garden gym, drug and alcohol service, community mental health team and much more
Carers Way, Newton Aycliffe, County Durham, DL5 4SF
Newcastle Cricket Club Newcastle Cricket Club welcomes your involvement – as visitors, as members, as sports participants, as funders or as organisers and supporters of events. We’re a new club, rebuilding fast thanks to the support for more than 150 volunteers and many hundreds of members. The Jesmond Ground was founded more than 125 years ago; a two year campaign to ensure it stayed open resulted in 2006 in a new partnership between our club and the Royal Grammar School.
Osborne Avenue, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne And Wear, NE2 1JS
Northern FC Northern Football Club was founded in 1875 and is the oldest rugby club in Newcastle upon Tyne.
McCracken Park, Great North Road, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE3 2DT
The Pioneering Care Partnership (PCP) is a leading award winning charity whose mission is Health, Wellbeing and Learning for All. PCP aims to support the development of individual and community capacity by creating opportunities to improve the health, wellbeing and life chances of disadvantaged communities.
Carers Way, Newton Aycliffe County Durham, DL5 4SF
Growing Well We are a mental health charity, an organic farm and a training centre. If you’re feeling depressed, anxious or finding everyday life difficult, then we may be able to help with free effective support for your mental health. Call us on 07903 013648 or fill in a self-referral form on our Referrals page and you could be volunteering in the Growing Well field or kitchen within 2 weeks. If you are health professional and wish to refer a patient, more information and a referral form can also be found on our Referrals page.
Low Sizergh Farm, Sizergh, Kendal LA8 8AE
Breathing Space Breathing Space provides a rural church base in an idyllic setting for groups, organisations and individuals to explore and improve their overall health and well-being. We run courses, activities and events that make use of our beautiful 800 year old church environment (St. Michael’s & All Angels Church) and local nature reserve (Witton Dene). Our activities are informed by the Five Ways To Wellbeing: Connect, Be Active, Take Notice, Learn, and Give.We are committed to a caring and compassionate response to people’s needs that has, as its source, an open, inclusive & non-discriminatory Christian spirituality. Encouraging individuals to explore creative ways to maintain positive health & wellbeing.
St Michael’s & All Angels Church, Coach Lane, Witton Gilbert, Durham, DH7 6SX
Launchpad North Tyneside us a community development aims to strengthen people’s social networks, enable mutual aid and empower them to take more control of their lives. It can also work to lessen inequalities and to reduce the stigma attached to mental health problems. Service user and survivor forum
Anderson House Market St Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 6XA
Our team of Link Workers will take time to explore what’s important to individuals and support them to identify issues and challenges they would like to address. This may involve introducing them to services, groups or activities in their local community
Centre for Change, Stanhope Parade, South Shields NE33 4BA
We aim to improve the quality of life of disabled people who have sensory, physical and learning disabilities or mental health problems; also people who are disadvantaged in being able to access services because they live in a rural location. Inclduing mental health advocacy.
Burn Ln, Hexham NE46 3HN
Hartlepool’s Community Led Inclusion Partnership (CLIP) launched in March 2021 to promote access, independence and choice within our community.
Hartlepower Energy Hub, 81 Stranton, TS24 7QT
The project provides daily support, mentoring and activities for men aged 25 and over, who have become disengaged from society, perhaps because of their addictions or unforeseen circumstances such as unemployment or mental illness.
Foundation House, Alma St, Stockton-on-Tees TS18 2AP