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Barnardo's - Adoption and Fostering in Yorkshire

Adoption and fostering services for the general public. Specialise in finding homes for disabled children, older children, Black and Asian children and groups of brothers and sisters.

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Knottingley Foodbank

Food Bank

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The Tuke Centre Psychological Therapies

Counselling and psychotherapy service, including CBT and CAT therapy. Individual counselling, group psychotherapy and couple and family therapy. Therapies to help with issues on bereavement, relationship and mental health difficulties. Specialist services include an Eating Disorder Service, a Trauma/Complex Trauma Service and a Dialectical Behavoural Therapy Service.

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Joseph Rowntree Housing Trust

We provide housing and a variety of care and support services in Yorkshire and the North East for our tenants. These services include benefits and debt advice.

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Action on Smoking and Health (ASH)

Information service for the general public and health professionals. Provides information on smoking and health, tobacco, the law. Campaigns to reduce disease and premature death caused by smoking.

ACRE - Action with Communities in Rural England

National charity that supports sustainable rural community development. Provide a national platform for member organisations, including rural community councils and other bodies working at local, regional and national level to alleviate rural disadvantage in England.

Age UK - Advice

Telephone service for older people, their families and people working with them. Information on income and benefits, social care, housing, health,consumer issues and age discrimination. Free guides and factsheets available. Open every day of the year.

Plus Money Matters Holme Valley

Money/Debt Service

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Stop Hate UK

Information, advice and support on anything related to Hate Crime or Hate Crime incidents, including reporting of Hate incidents, and referring the incidents (following the caller’s consent) to the Police and or local support agencies. Encouraging people to report crimes that the victim or any other person perceives to be motivated by hostility or prejudice towards any aspect of a person’s identity. Police forces in England, Wales and Northern Ireland annually monitor five strands of Hate Crime: Disability, Gender Identity, Race, Ethnicity or Nationality, Religion, Faith or Belief and Sexual Orientation. We support people affected by any form of Hate Crime. Report on 0800 138 1625 or the below alternative options: Web Chat via: (you can chat live to one of our operators. Please note that it may take a few minutes to connect to an operator). In a text: 07717 989 025 (texts are charged at your standard network rate). In an email: With text relay: 18001 0800 138 1625 (for people who are deaf, or have speech or hearing impairments). In an online form via: In the post: to PO Box 851, Leeds LS1 9QS. Report any type of Hate Crime throughout West Yorkshire via our Hate Crime Reporting App

National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO)

We provide information, signposting and advice, we produce good practice guidance and other publications, we organise trainings and events, we assist in the development of voluntary sector networks and represents the interests of member organisations to the government. We have a diverse community of over 12,500 member organisations – a third of the voluntary sector workforce in England. We help them thrive in what they do by providing expert support and advice, and by keeping them up to date with the news and developments that affect them. We connect organisations with the people, partners and resources they need to make the biggest difference. We represent the voluntary sector and volunteering to government – using the best research, we demonstrate their true value and help influence policy-makers. We support voluntary organisations by generating and identifying the best knowledge and expertise.