Platform is a day care provision for profoundly disabled young people in Hull & the East Riding
Support for family members and friends affected by a loved one’s drug and alcohol use (over 18’s).
Those close to someone having problems with drugs and alcohol can often experience difficulties themselves, as a result of the ongoing support they provide.
The family service offers a safe and relaxed environment to discuss your personal well-being, either alongside others in similar circumstance, or in an individual, confidential appointment.
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
Reading Rooms is a reading for conversation programme, run by Hull Libraries, where trained facilitators read and share short stories and poetry exploring memory, emotion and thought in groups or individually.
The stories and poetry can be moving, funny, sad and uplifting and conversations are unique to each session, frequently taking unexpected directions. There is no requirement for participants to read aloud.
A Reading Room is an opportunity to relax, be read to (something many of us haven’t experienced since we were children) and have a good chat.
Reading Room groups will be taking place in various venues from October 2018.
Alternatively, if you are caring for someone, Reading Rooms can come to you at home.
To find out more and to book Reading Room sessions please contact Clare or Jessica on 01482 613602 or email email@example.com.
1:1 and group support for parents with at least one child aged 10 – 16yrs. Also an opportunity to volunteer and train to become a parent peer mentor
Home From Hospital Service originated, from a research audit and needs analysis undertaken in 1993/94. The community audit was completed by 5000 households and informed the structure and content of the project – i.e. free short-term 6-8 week support for older people on discharge from hospital: The aim to assist vulnerable people through a period of convalescence to continue confidently in their own homes.
All services and projects are maintained through constant recruitment and training of volunteers. All volunteers are DBS checked, trained in health and social care skills, and are fully insured. Many move on to full employment or higher education and they receive an excellent quality of education and support from qualified staff.
We provide information, advice, guidance and advocacy services to people from minority ethnic communities
We provide environments and deliver activities which enable children and young people to identify and realise both their aspirations and their potential
Providing social housing and related support
Supporting women with complex needs
Services for disabled children, young people and their families. Including early years groups, play and leisure, advice, information, support and advocacy and a range of parent training and support programmes.
Provides a mental health care and support service for NEL. Also offering Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation
Funding for school and community purposes