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Airedale Community Workshop

Airedale Community Workshop is designed to tackle social isolation, anxiety, depression and other mental health problems through none traditional therapy delivered via woodworking workshop sessions.

Care to Talk

calmproject.co.uk

07379568246

St Mary's Community Centre
The Circle, Chequerfield
Pontefract
WF8 2AY

Care to Talk is a mental health drop in centre for people who suffer from mental health problems and need support. Its Vision is to be an enlightening strength based project helping people feel better - make changes - be resilient - regain control of their lives. The project will provide friendship, staffed by people who have live experience of living with poor mental health. Volunteering opportunities - programmes to help with recovery, peer support, health and wellness programmes and employability. The project meets on a Friday 11:30-1:30pm.
Type of work: Health

Pact Futures

www.prisonadvice.org.uk

020 7735 9535

29 Peckham Road
London
SE5 8UA

Pact Futures works with offenders and their families to provide support services in a number of Criminal Justice settings.

Re-engage

www.reengage.org.uk/

deb.meynell@reengage.org.uk

0113 3224771

7 Bell Yard
London
WC2A 2JR

We exist to provide social connections for older people at a time in their lives when their social circles are diminishing. Our tea parties are monthly social groups open to people aged 75 and over. They are a chance for a change of scenery and regular afternoons of conversation and laughter with friends of all ages. Call companions is our telephone befriending service ensuring older people remain connected to the outside world. Call companions is available to anyone aged 75 and over who would benefit from a regular chat over the phone with a friendly volunteer. Our activity groups give those 75 and over the chance to participate in gentle exercise as they make connections with others. Our activity groups in Wales take place both face to face and online and online activity groups in West Yorkshire have r3cently launched. All our services are free to older people.
Type of work: Health

Spectrum People

www.spectrumhealth.org.uk/spectrum-people

01924 311400

1 Navigation Walk
Hebble Wharf, Bridge Street
Wakefield
WF1 5RH

Spectrum People promotes social inclusion. It works with people who are excluded from society as a result of substance abuse or dependency, unemployment, financial hardship, homelessness, disability or previous criminal convictions. It provides activities and opportunities, general support and raises public awareness of the issues affecting such people.

Together Women Project

www.togetherwomen.org

Together Women Project supports women experiencing multiple needs, disadvantage and exclusion. Together Women Project helps women make positive changes by providing the support and advice they need. Its women only centres can help them deal with a range of issues.
Who they work with: WomenOffenders/Ex-offenders

Young People's Empowerment Project

www.ypep.co.uk

info@ypep.co.uk

01977 309101

The Airedale Methodist Church
1 Elizabeth Drive
Castleford
WF10 3LB

Young People's Empowerment Project work with young people that are Not in Education Employment or Training to develop educational and employability skills.