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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.

Tynemouth Blind Welfare Society

Day centre which provides Midday meal available at small charge. Free transport to and from the centre. Services also available to families and friends who give support to visually impaired people. Also has 12 residential flats.

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Anxious Minds

A not-for-profit organisation, established in 2015 seeking to improve the mental health and wellbeing of the people living in the North East. Mixed anxiety and depression are the most common mental health conditions in Britain, so Anxious Minds works to bring these individuals together and to take a positive step into a community of individuals who want to help. The charity organises free support groups, provides a range of talking therapies (including grief and loss support) as well as CPD workshops and training for people supporting others through challenging times.

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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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Sure Start Howdon

Support and services for pre-school children and parents. Daycare nursery for children aged 6 weeks to 4 years old, Monday-Friday 7.30am-6pm (all year). Parent and toddler groups. Training courses with creche facilities.

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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 can offer Face to face counselling, telephone counselling or Video counselling following on from an initial face to face assessment.

North Tyneside Families Information Service

Information, advice and guidance to parents, carers, children and young people including children and young people with a disability or additional need. Information includes registered childcare services, family support and assistance, health, education, sport and leisure services, help with childcare costs.

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Relate - Northumberland and Tyneside

Relationship counselling, sex therapy, family counselling, young people's counselling and educational workshops across Northumberland and Tyneside

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Nepacs – Supporting a positive future for prisoners and their families

Information, advice and support for families and friends of defendants attending north east courts and those with loved ones in Durham, Low Newton, Deerbolt, Holme House, Kirklevington Grange, Frankland & Northumberland prisons. Telephone advice and support. Provide refreshments, play areas, special family visits and a youth project. Caravan holidays for families if prisoners in the north east. Small grants to support families and prisoners. Family support for prisoners and their families or friends during a prison sentence, prior to release and through the gate.