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.
Providing social housing and related support
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.
Advancement of the Christian Faith, promotion of any charitable activity for the benefit of loal people, the relief of poverty
We provide 4 lunch groups per week at the Commonwealth Homes Community Centre in Hull. Transport can be arranged. We have grand plans to expand our service across the East Riding.
Our Activities are for over 65’s and our intent is to prevent isolation and Loneliness in the community.
Activity/social/craft/friendship/lunch clubs for older people. Signposting, information, befriending (short term)
Individuals are matched with a Volunteer Mentor, to support and enable individuals to independently engage with and work towards goals to gain independence in their community. The support offered is extra support on top of the services working in Hull to combat existing homelessness. Goal setting, confidence building, assisting with tasks such as housing applications, attending appointments and battling isolation are a few of the tasks our Volunteer Mentors take on to support Mentees.
We cater to the social and mental wellbeing of individuals with less privileged circumstances, and with a predominant focus on the AfroCaribbean community. We offer basic assistance to individuals, the elderly, families, refugees and newcomers to the Hull and East Riding region. Any disadvantaged group is welcome regardless of race, creed or sexual orientation.
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.
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.
Level 1 sexual health provider, offering services to adults in Hull. Services include HIV/syphilis testing, chlamydia/gonorrhoea screening, training, groups, condoms, campaigns.
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
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.
Provides generalist (access to asylum support, welfare benefits, accommodation, education) and specialist immigration advice to emerging communities.
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.
Delivering a range of sexual health and wellbeing services to young people aged 13-20.
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
Education sessions on the self management of type 1 and type 2 diabetes
Support for learning disabled
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.
Drop in support and advice for high function autism aged 16+
A home visiting befriending scheme for older housebound individuals in the comfort of their own home.
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.
- The large meeting room can seat 100 people
- The Reckitt Room can hold 35 people
- The Madge Baxter Room can hold 30 people
- The Priestman Room can hold 25 people
For more information about equipment, cost etc. please contact the venue
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
Social friendship group.
Informal opportunities for meeting friends, relaxing and having light refreshments .
A range of mixed activities are available and are offered to members for them to choose to take part.
Regular outings are arrange with members involved in the selection and decision of destinations.
Previous examples have included Sewerby Hall, Burton Agnes, and Bridlington. Last Christmas 2017 we had Christmas dinner at a local venue and was a great success with all members agreeing for us to return this year.
All members are encouraged to offer ideas for activities to enhance their club.
Youth Employment Initiative funded Projects: DO IT project, Create to Change and Single Parents project –
Our projects engage with young adults aged 16- 29 years. A key worker will help them meet their personal, social, educational and employment goals and identify and overcome any barriers that they may fOctagonace in life such as financial, mental health and housing issues through internal and external provisions. We offer a wide variety of activity and support across our projects including workshops, training and placement opportunities both paid or voluntary and our flexible programme is designed to support those out of work or education and engage them into something meaningful. Catering, radio, employability skills, ESOL, music, arts and sport are just some of the activities that members can engage with. If you are interested or know somebody that is; then please do get in touch for an informal chat about what you can get involved with!
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
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.
We provide information, advice, guidance and advocacy services to people from minority ethnic communities
Community based educational theatre company