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Our mission is to transform the North East of England from a place with one of the highest rates of alcohol, drug and other addictions and related deaths, to a region with one of the highest rates of abstinence-based recovery.
44 George St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE4 7JN
At ESCAPE we recognise that the family carers and others supporting the individual require services in their own right. We also know that they can often be instrumental in encouraging a substance user to access treatment.
63 South View Ashington Northumberland NE63 0SF
The way we work is very simple – it is one alcoholic talking to another – if you want to contact us – either because you want help with your drinking problem or because you are professionally interested in the work we do – please feel free to get in touch
Moving Forward helps anyone who is affected by mental ill-health to get back on their feet.
Mental Health Concern Buttress House 36 Brenkley Way Seaton Burn Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 6DS
We support people with learning disabilities, autism and mental health support needs in Newcastle, South Tyneside and Cumbria.
Mea House, Ellison Pl, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 8XS
Mental Health Concern North East Mental Health Concern is based in the North East of England and we provide a wide range of specialist mental health services, which are predominantly commissioned by the NHS and local authorities. We support many people with a wide range of mental health-related needs, including: people taking their final steps away from specialist mental health services and striving to get into work, education or training people recovering from severe mental ill-health, who require support over long periods of time people with severe dementia and complex challenging needs We believe that our innovative approach to developing services, coupled with close partnerships with the people who use them, enables us to provide high-quality care and support that helps people move on in their lives. Our services are clinician-led, providing a range of person-centred support with a focus on recovery.
Mental Health Concern head office Buttress House 36 Brenkley Way Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 6DS
Tyneside Women’s Health Tyneside Women’s Health is a charity and was set up in 1985 to provide mental health support to women in a women-only environment. Our vision is a society that is free from mental health stigma, in which all women and girls feel included and empowered.
Newcastle Office (Part time) Corner of Claypath Street / Wilfred Street, Byker, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE6 1JQ
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
Talking Helps Talking Helps Newcastle aims to help residents of Newcastle who may be experiencing mental health difficulties. Are you feeling low? Anxious? Stressed? We can help. We have a diverse and friendly team consisting of Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners, Cognitive Behavioural Therapists, Clinical Psychologists, Counsellors and Primary Care Mental Health Practitioners. The service is provided by the NHS and is free.
Newcroft House, Market street east, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 6ND
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
ManHealth ManHealth provide free peer support groups and a WebChat and Connect service across County Durham and Northumberland for men with depression and other mental health conditions. We know that the intense emotional pain you can experience when depressed can distort your thinking so it becomes harder to see possible solutions to problems, or to connect with those who can offer support. Suicide might seem like the only way to make the pain stop. We also know that peer support offered by someone who has a lived experience of mental ill health can help men.
ManHealth, Shildon Business Centre, Dabble Duck Industrial Estate, Shildon, County Durham, DL4 2RF