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Newcastle upon Tyne Social Services

Provides a range of social services for children/families, older people, people with disabilities, learning difficulties and mental health problems through 5 duty points. Several specialist teams. Also provides hospital based services.

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Connected Voice

Support for local voluntary and community organisations in Newcastle and Gateshead, including advice on setting up, running and funding voluntary organisations. Connected Voice Charity Business Services is the trading arm of Connected Voice and offers paid for services for payroll, pension auto enrolment and independent examination of accounts for voluntary organisations. Connected Voice Advocacy delivers BAME advocacy, community advocacy, mental health advocacy, independent mental health advocacy, independent care act advocacy, relevant person’s representatives, hate crime advocacy, welfare advocacy and help in crisis advocacy. We also now offer paid for specialist services: Becoming or converting to an unincorporated association, charitable trust, charity, charitable incorporated organisation, charitable company and community interest company / Planning funding applications, checking and redrafting bids / Tailored training, group facilitation and consultancy services around governance, income generation and organisational development. / Organisational health checks to improve organisations’ sustainability and efficiency in a changing funding landscape.

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Connected Voice Advocacy

Community advocacy for vulnerable adults (Newcastle and Gateshead). Case advocacy for people dealing with issues mental health (Newcastle and Gatehsead). Case advocacy for people from black and minority ethnic communities who need help with health and social care issues (Newcastle and Gatehsead). Advocacy for victims of hate crime and people struggling to navigate the welfare benefits system (Newcastle and Gateshead). Statutory service for Gateshead. Hate Crime project supporting victims of hate crime across Northumberland, Tyne and Wear.

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Jobcentre Plus - Newcastle upon Tyne (East)

Combined jobsearch and benefits service for people of working age. Personal advisers assist with jobsearch activities and benefits claims. Access to Jobpoint terminals for information on job vacancies. Part of the Department for Work and Pensions Jobcentre Plus network.

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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.

MESMAC Newcastle

Advice and information on sexual health for gay men, bisexual men and men who have sex with men. Outreach in pubs, clubs, cottages/cruising areas. Free condoms/lube, information on sexual health and HIV/AIDS. 1 hour HIV testing by appointment. Groups for 16-19 year olds. Work with local gay and bisexual groups and services. Signposting to the LGBT community. During Covid times, HIV & STI home testing kits available to be sent out by post. Email or phone to request kits.

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Newcastle & Gateshead TUC Centre Against Unemployment Ltd

The Centre provides advice on a wide range of subjects including welfare rights (tribunal representation), employment, industrial benefits (redundancy counselling service) and asylum rights advice.

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Newcastle Women's Aid

Information and support for women and their children experiencing domestic abuse. 24 hour direct access to refuges and other emergency accommodation. Telephone advice line. Outreach service. Children's service.

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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

PROPS North East

Support for families and carers of people with drug/alcohol misuse problems. Meet clients at their homes or in the community. After hours helpline 5pm-9pm weekdays, 9am-9pm weekends.

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