St. Michael’s welcomes everyone. We offer a range of activities for everybody and anybody as individuals and as part of their families. Of course everyone is welcome to ‘muck in’ to make St. Michael’s an inclusive and loving community for everyone. If there is something we don’t currently offer then come along and make it happen.
St. Michael’s plays an integrated and active part in the wider community, being a part of the village life in times of celebration and times of grief. All our regular worshipers are involved in their communities beyond the church’s regular activities and many in the village have an active interest in the church beyond Sunday worship.
An activity centre for adults with learning difficulties. Providing life skills and promoting independence. They offer educational programmes and social activity in a safe secure environment
Platform is a day care provision for profoundly disabled young people in Hull & the East Riding
The Hull Primary Care Addictions Service is delivered with Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust, seven GP practices in Hull and The Alcohol & Drug Service. The service supports improvements in the health and wellbeing of long term service users and offers early interventions for people within the practice. The team has a dual focus; Long Term Substance Misusers and; Early Interventions
Man v Fat Football League combining weight loss and football. For every 2 players that lose weight that week you gain an extra goal
Provides regular events and activities in libraries and community venues to bring together library users and others who are housebound and socially isolated
Activity/social/craft/friendship/lunch clubs for older people. Signposting, information, befriending (short term)
Resident led volunteer befriending service working with landlords, health agencies, community groups and police to identify and engage with socially isolated residents on the Thornton estate and provide befriending support
We are a community farm (with a range of farm animals) open to the public for free visits.
We have always provided day placements for adults with learning difficulties and/or mental health issues who are able to fund these placements through social services.
We have become a part of the Connect Well (Hull) project because of our history of helping people who perhaps have low self-esteem, depression or loneliness issues, or perhaps just want to feel less isolated while carrying out healthy outdoor activities around farming and gardening.
The Connect Well project allows us to offer short (eight week) programmes of activities here at the farm and experience a range of the day to day work activities that we carry out here in a non-pressured friendly atmosphere and hopefully gain some of the therapeutic benefits that we regularly see in our long term clients.
Dove House provide twice monthly wellbeing days for carers and those they are caring for to enjoy a day of relaxation and fun. Carers will have the opportunity to enjoy a range of therapies while their loved ones continue to be cared for on-site by trained caring professionals.
The sessions will run on Tuesdays from 10am-3pm, and carers will have the opportunity to enjoy a range of complimentary therapies, quiet time to themselves in our beautiful gardens, share a light lunch with their loved ones, together with a range of activities such as arts and crafts, board games, relaxation sessions.
We provide progression for people on the Autistic spectrum – particularly around catering, hospitality and delivery driving, based at the Ings resource Centre.
We offer a meals on wheels service in East and North Hull (no eligibility requirements)
We offer a catering service to over 12 lunch clubs in East and North Hull. The clubs enable those who are isolated, lonely or vulnerable to meet other people and make new friends.
Hull & East Yorkshire Mind was founded in 1976 and has over 40 years experience in providing mental health services to people in Hull and East Yorkshire.
The organisation is a registered charity, and a company limited by guarantee. It is affiliated to National Mind in London through an affiliation agreement, but receives no income in support of its operations from National Mind. Although an independent, autonomous organisation, Hull & East Yorkshire Mind is one of 140 Local Mind Associations that have agreed to support the mission and values of National Mind and strive to reflect them in its governing documents and its work.
Our vision is that we won’t give up until everyone experiencing a mental health problem gets both support and respect
Our mission is to intervene early to improve wellbeing and provide advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. We campaign locally with our partners to improve services and reduce stigma and discrimination.
Helping newcomers to Hull to make friends, learn about Hull and improve their English
Services to young people aged 9-25 across Hull’s West Locality including open access youth sessions, outreach/detached work, single sex sessions, domestic abuse awareness sessions, employability groups, sports and drama/dance. We also rent out rooms to groups.
Social support services for older people including benefit checks, day services, active ageing activities, falls prevention, advocacy. Restaurant and social groups, telephone and face to face befriending, home support services (not CQC). Exercise and gym facilities including hydrotherapy.
PA support, trips and outings, activity sessions, family support, training
Adult Health and Social Care provider, delivering employability services
CAP is a national Christian charity set up to support people with poverty, debt, unemployment and addiction
HU6 Community development trust, training and employment based initiatives
Supporting visually impaired residents of Scarborough Borough.
Providing support to the volunteer management groups of village halls and rural community buildings
We are a community centre that provides a safe inclusive environment for over 120 Deaf members. We also assist with communication and interpreters and provide access to many facilities that would otherwise be restricted from the Deaf community, e.g., welfare, GP’s, Solicitors etc.
Formerly known as HERIB (Hull and East Riding Institute for the Blind), this is a support service for people with visual impairment inclusive of other needs (hearing impairment, brain injury, stroke, autism, leaning disabilities) Provides opportunities for social interaction, including transport if need be. Accommodation for those with low level support needs 22 x 1 bedroom flats, 1 x 3 bedroom flat
Promotion of cycle speedway racing and provision of coaching for all ages, abilities and genders
Providing social housing and related support
Community Centre with on site cafe and gym
Specialist provider of employment support for people with mental health conditions
Support aged, disabled, vulnerable people to stay in their own homes
One to One befriending, social club, exercise group, Independent Living
A digital local currency in which VCS organisations and statutory services can give a digital credit to those they are working alongside in communities. These credits can then be exchanged on discounts on local good and services
ENABLE- a tier 2 weight management service and FAB- a family weight management programme, supporting children and adults
Provides volunteering opportunities – offering training in gardening and horticulture
Provides a mental health care and support service for NEL. Also offering Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation