The list below is displaying York Advisers. There are 45 results, this is page 1 of 5.

City of York Council - Benefits Advice Team

Information and advice for the general public on claiming welfare benefits. Assistance with filling in forms for vulnerable and less able claimants.

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York Travellers Trust

We offer Information and advice to the Gypsy/Traveller community and also the non-Gypsy/Traveller community.

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Salvation Army - Early Intervention and Prevention Team

Help and advice for people sleeping rough or at risk of becoming homeless. Advice on benefits, housing rights, money and debt, drugs and alcohol. Street outreach service. Help to find rough sleepers suitable accommodation. Drop-in Monday-Friday 10am-12 noon.

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City of York Council - Sycamore Community Recovery Mental Health Team

Resource centre for adults with mental health problems. Provide various interest based groups and some therapeutic groups.

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Woodlands Resource and Respite Care Centre (Woodlands)

Short stay respite care for people with multiple sclerosis.

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The Retreat York

We support people and help them recover, using a wide range of different therapies and assessments. We use best-practice and multidisciplinary approaches to diagnose Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and ADHD. Online therapy service. We have a secure and confidential online ‘virtual consultation’ service. This service can be used to provide assessments, therapy and ongoing support for people who are not able to come to our site in York. A range of therapies are available, to be tailored for each person. Some reasons for seeking therapy might include anxiety, stress, depression, bereavement and loss, and relationships issues. Depending on your needs, we will recommend the best way to get the support you need. We have a dedicated team to help people who are experiencing symptoms trauma or stress. Depending on your needs, we will recommend the best way to get the support you need.

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Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.

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Young People's Services

Impartial information on anything to do with being a young person in York. Specialist Advice, information and guidance on careers, employment and training opportunities for young people aged 16-18 (up to their 19th Birthday) is available from careers advisors. For more information contact us. Telephone line are open Monday – Friday 10am – 4pm. The Counselling Service is delivered by York Mind and further information can be found on their website at https://www.yorkmind.org.uk

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City of York - Children's Social Care

Range of social services for children and families. Out of hours emergencies phone 01609 780780.

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The Retreat at Charles Court – Children and Young People's Mental Health and Neurodevelopmental Service

We provide a bespoke therapeutic support for children and young people who may have experienced a range of difficulties: Anxiety, Depression or low mood, Traumatic experiences, Relationship difficulties, Bereavement, Eating difficulties, Issues with confidence and self-esteem, Stress, Panic attacks, Sleeping difficulties, Other issues relating to the child/ young persons to wellbeing. We offer different based approaches depending on the age, individual needs and choices made by each individual child and young person and their family. We begin with an assessment session to consider the therapeutic needs of the child/ young person and then decide which approach or combination of approaches is the best way to help. Our approach is child-centred. This means we support the child/ young person to feel safe and comfortable in their sessions and we help them explore the best way for them to communicate on their therapeutic journey. Some young people may want to simply talk, others my want to use art materials, drama, story or music. Young children usually love to use a range of therapeutic play resources. We also provide an Autism Assessment Service. We use best-practice and multidisciplinary approaches to diagnose Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). We have a secure and confidential online ‘virtual consultation’ service and also offer face to face to appointments. The service includes: Assessment of Autism Spectrum Disorder, Support following diagnosis of Autism (by a Clinical Psychologist or Occupational Therapist or Speech and Language Therapist), Psychological Therapy for children and young people with a diagnosis of Autism that have additional mental health need. Training on Autism.