Centre for women, run by women, offering courses in ESOL. Free creche. Drop in Centre offering assistance and advice. Group for young women aged 10 -18. Also an outreach group operatingin various schools for Year 10 girls
Management and delivery of leisure and cultural facilities on behalf of Hull City Council
The Warren Counselling Service provides counselling for children and young people aged 10-25. We offer both on-going and one-off counselling sessions on a wide range of issues, including bullying, bereavement, relationships and sexuality.
The Liaison & Diversion Service aims to reduce re-0ffending by supporting those who have come into contact with the Criminal Justice System. We have staff based in Police Custody to screen offenders, who refer onto support staff. We intend to utilise volunteers to provide a befriending style and mentoring service through one-to-one support with lived experience peer support volunteers students and graduates who are or have studied related subjects to do the same. Community Links has teamed up with Inspire North and Foundation and works in collaboration with Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust to deliver this initiative which is intended to be facilitated initially over a six year period. Community Links is primarily a Mental Health Charity offering a number of projects intended to improve mental health and wellbeing across Hull and the Humber.
Safe accommodation, advice and support for women and children fleeing domestic abuse
Social activities, befriending, volunteering, support for carers and the people they care for, respite and family support, welfare, benefits and housing support, money advice and management, advocacy support, excursions and outings, healthy eating and living advice, employment support, IT and internet skills tuition
Addiction recovery peer support groups
Lithuanian Community Club “Linas” is a non-proft based organisation. Our main objectives are:
Promote social and cultural integration of Lithuanians living in Hull or surrounding areas;
Establish strong links with Lithuanian and other organisations and communities to promote solidarity and mutual assistance;
Promote young people’s knowledge about culture and cultural heritage by inviting them to take part in Club’s activities.
Developing and delivering activities (workshops, creative projects and performances) which let people engage with the health and wellbeing benefits of dance and movement. We work with the general public and specific groups of people. We also work in collaboration with others to explore particular challenges such as lack of confidence or trust and developing a health life-style.
Supporting people with mental health problems of all kinds from anxiety and depression through to severe and enduring conditions. This is through a series of 4 workshops covering confidence building, anxiety management, effective communication and positive future building. The groups are small in numbers, usually a maximum of 6 people. One to one support is also given to people who are not ready for group work.
The History Troupe is a Hull based Heritage Education and Performing Arts group researching, devising and delivering content for schools, the stage and across the community.
We have recently collaborated with the Yorkshire Film Archive to create, Memory Bank: Hull – a new reminiscence resource based on Hull’s film heritage collections.
Memory Bank was produced in conjunction with healthcare professionals, carers and families, to provide a complete resource for reminiscence and life story work. The packs are all about using archive footage of familiar faces, places, events and everyday lives to re-discover and connect with our collective shared memories.
CAP is a national Christian charity set up to support people with poverty, debt, unemployment and addiction
Jubilee Central is a large city centre community facility. It has the capacity to cater for groups ranging from 1-600 people.
Jubilee Central Facilities
Large Hall – capacity 600 theatre style – with balcony
Conference/community rooms – various sizes and can be set out in a style to suit you
Shop – rentable shop space on King Edward Street
Toilets including baby change
Disabled lifts and ramps
Parking is available in the Albion Street car park at the rear of the building.
Free evenings and weekends.
Hull Sisters work to empower BAME women by addressing and creating awarness in gender related issue such as violence and abuse, Female Genital Mutilation, honour killing , extreme religious psyche, Poverty, unemployment, physical, mental and sexual health, immigration etc. We provide ESOL, IT, employ ability skills, Art and Craft, Yoga, Cooking and women only support sessions, coffee morning and drop in sessions and women only events to up skill our clients and increase community cohesion.
We provide an educational resource to the people of Kingston upon Hull and visitors from across the globe. Our focus is on the story of Kingston upon Hull during the too Great Wars, WWI and WWII. Our museum contains an extensive range of genuine artifacts from both wars and our researchers can assist you to discover the story of your military ancestors.
Supporting women with complex needs
Variety of rooms available:
- Lecture Theatre
- Meeting Room
- The Arcade
For more information about equipment, cost etc. please contact the venue
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
Drop in support and advice for high function autism aged 16+
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.
Support for learning disabled
Delivering a range of sexual health and wellbeing services to young people aged 13-20.
Assisting the roofless community of Hull
Working across the north of England, supporting adults and young people with autism, learning disabilities and mental health conditions
Hull Street Angels Trinity is a charity that support people in the city center on Friday and a Saturday night whilst they are using the night time ecconomy establishments. we also support the police, ambulance service and the A&E departments and our aim is to reduce the amount of people that are using the emergency services on a Friday and Saturday Night.
We support people in the city center by providing safe people who they can speak to. We provide basic first aid, give out water and flip flops, give advice and directions and ensure people are getting home safe.
Variety of rooms available:
- The Main Hall can hold a maximum of 300 people depending on the layout requested.
- The Large Reception Room can hold a hundred people depending on the layout requested
- There are five classrooms seating 30 people each.
- For more information about equipment, cost etc. please contact the venue.
Tailored disability sessions with specially trained marshalls
NHS Hull CCG has responsibility for the commissioning of health services to meet the reasonable needs of the people of Hull. Our vision is to create a healthier Hull
The main aim of our services is to provide bespoke exercise sessions to older people and clinical populations. For example, cardiac Rehab phase 4 for people diagnosed with coronary heart disease, diabetes, hypertension, high cholesterol and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
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.
A home visiting befriending scheme for older housebound individuals in the comfort of their own home.
Level 1 sexual health provider, offering services to adults in Hull. Services include HIV/syphilis testing, chlamydia/gonorrhoea screening, training, groups, condoms, campaigns.
1 to 1 counselling, life-coaching, group work, and a drop-in for men who have been victims of domestic violence and sexual abuse either currently, historically or as a child. All work is undertaken by experienced and qualified counsellors. Psychotherapists, trauma workers and life-coaches, who have a full DBS check and undertake regular supervision.
Delivering support to young people and parents around Child Sexual Exploitation. Delivering arrange of support services to adults working in commercial sex industry, including domestic abuse, housing general health issues. Delivering training on sexual health and CSE to workers across public and voluntary sectors.
The British Red Cross Independent Living Services provide valuable time-limited care and support to vulnerable people, helping them live independently in their own homes. Our services can help prevent people reaching crisis point.