PAC-UK (Leeds Office)
2 Hollyshaw Lane
Public phone: 0113 230 2100 Adviceline / 0113 264 6837 (Office)
Website URL: http://www.pac-uk.org
Service offered: Advice Line staffed by qualified and experienced PAC-UK counsellors who can provide advice and information on all aspects of adoption and other forms of permanent care / Peer Advice Line staffed by experienced adopters offering understanding, a listening ear and signposting to further services / An Adult Counselling and Intermediary Service accessible to adopted/permanently placed people, adopters/permanent carers and those working towards this; birth family members; professionals / A Child and Family Service offering support, counselling and therapy to adoptive families or those with a permanently placed child, including Special Guardians and Kinship Carers / An Education Service working with children, parents and schools to improve the educational experience of adopted/permanently-placed children / A First Family Service for Birth Parents and Birth Relatives providing a range of advice, counselling and groups for birth parents and other birth relatives / A Peer Service being delivered within our joint partnership with Adoption UK / A range of Support Groups for Birth Parents and Adoptive Parents (all groups are informal, confidential and free of charge) / A Training Service offering a comprehensive training programme focussing on topics specific to adoption and permanent placement. Some of these workshops and seminars are for professionals only, and some are specifically for parents and carers.
Target group: Specialist therapy, advice, support, counselling and training for all affected by adoption and permanency.
Area served: UK and international.
How to contact: Phone (0113 230 2100) or email the Advice Line
Monday: 10am - 1pm Adviceline
Tuesday: 10am - 1pm Adviceline
Wednesday: 4pm - 7pm Adviceline
Thursday: 10am - 1pm Adviceline
Friday: 10am - 1pm Adviceline
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm
Wheelchair access: Yes - full
Accessible toilets: Yes
Access notes: Car park. Stairs to entrance. Ground floor rooms available. Access to BSL signers. Outreach services and home visits for people unable to attend the office are offered subject to availability.
Languages other than English: Translation services.
Charity number: 294998
Year established: 1986
Staffing: Staff profiles for all PAC-UK staff are available on the PAC-UK website
Public transport: Cross Gates Railway Station (5-10 mins walk or 2 mins drive) .
Record last checked: 18 September 2018