The list below is displaying County Durham Advisers. There are 83 results, this is page 1 of 9.

Tyne Housing Association - Joseph Cowen Health Care Centre

Primary health care for people who are homeless, in temporary housing or in housing need and not registered with a GP. Medical advice and treatment, needle exchange, bathing, clothing, deinfestation. Support for people with emotional/mental health problems. Pregnancy testing. Access to GPs, CPN and nurse. Advice on welfare rights, housing, local services, alcohol and drugs.

Citizens Advice County Durham (Seaham)

Advice and information on a range of issues, including housing rights, immigration and nationality, disability issues, welfare rights and benefits, money and debt, consumer rights, employment rights and community care.

Skills for People

Self-help and advocacy run by and for people with disabilities, particularly learning disabilities. Support groups and training facilities. Also organise training and conferences for professionals. Support advice and guidance to families and carers of disabled adults and children

STAMP Revisited

Advocacy service for people with mental health issues, supporting and empowering them to put forward their own views.

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Darlington Mind incorporating Mental Health Support in Hambleton and Richmondshire

Provide support in the community for adults who have mental health problems. Advice on a range of issues, including community care, debt, education, employment, housing and welfare benefits. Day centres. Housing projects. Social clubs. Befriending. Additional location: St Hilda's House, 11 Borough Road, Darlington. DL1 1SQ

Citizens Advice County Durham (Chester le Street)

Advice and information on a range of issues, including housing rights, immigration and nationality, disability issues, welfare rights and benefits, money and debt, consumer rights, employment rights and community care.

Moving On

Work with homeless young people aged 16-25, helping them to find accommodation and maintain their tenancies. Offer information, advice and guidance on finding accommodation, benefits, housing rights and homelessness. Floating support service for young people in their own tenancies and provide peer education in schools. Moving On Housing provides accommodation.

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Someone Cares

We are a specialist counselling service supporting survivors and supporters to those whose lives have been impacted by childhood sexual abuse, rape and sexual assault, as well as supporting victims of domestic abuse. We provide One-to-one counselling for males and females aged 11+

Northumbria Deaf Mission

Advice, support and services for people who are deaf or hard of hearing. Provide interpreters for weddings, funerals, baptisms and church services. Pensioners club, coffee morning and creche for deaf people. Also provide signing classes to enable hearing people to communicate with deaf people.

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Free The Way

Drop-in centre providing advice, information, support and counselling for people with drug and/or alcohol problems and their families. Signposting to treatment services, help back into education or employment, help with debt issues. Laundry and washing facilities.

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