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5 Towns Veterans Support Hub

01977 310401

Castleford Library
Carlton Street
WF10 1BB

5 Towns Veterans Support Hub is a volunteer group of Armed Forces Veterans who meet to offer friendship and signposting to various agencies who offer help to veterans and their families who are suffering with PTSD, housing issues, DWP etc.

African United Society in Wakefield


71 Shepley Street

The objects of the African United Society in Wakefield are: a) To promote social inclusion for the public benefit by preventing people from becoming socially excluded, relieving the needs of those people who are socially excluded and assisting them to integrate into society. b) To advance the education of the public in the subject of African culture and heritage.

Age UK Wakefield District

01977 552114

7 Bank Street
WF10 1JD

Age UK Wakefield District promotes the well-being of all older people and aims to help make later life a fulfilling and enjoyable experience.
Who they work with: Older people

Alzheimer's Society Wakefield

01924 373264

21 King Street

Alzheimer's Society Wakefield provides services for people with dementia, their families and carers.


0113 393 3200

Four Gables, Clarence Road
LS18 4LB

Barnardo's provides support to vulnerable children, young people and their families.
Who they work with: Children and/or young people

Beat Autism

Beat Autism is a not for profit community interest group that offers parent/carer support and learn groups to families who have children waiting to be diagnosed or have a diagnosis of Autism. It also offers evening activities for the whole family (Autistic child, parents and siblings).

British Red Cross Society

Memorial House
Northwich Road
WA16 0AW

To mobilise the power of humanity so that individuals and communities have the capacity to prepare for, deal with and recover from crisis.

Carers Federation

01159 629362

21-23 Pelham Road

Carers Federation is a charity providing services supporting carers, advocacy, mentoring, counselling and community engagement, and is a provider of specialist training services.

Carers Trust Mid Yorkshire

01484 537036

Trafalgar Mills
Leeds Road

Carers Trust is Britain's leading provider of support for carers and the people that they care for. It is a national network of charities working with over 35,000 carers to help them make a life outside caring. As a charity it cares for people not for profit. No-one cares more than Carers Trust, not just in the scale of what it does or in the 35 years' experience that it has, but in the special way that it thinks about care. It is no surprise that the Carers Trust staff builds long and trusted relationships and that more carers and people with care needs turn to Carers Trust for support than to any other social care provider.

Carers Wakefield and District

01924 305544

25 King Street

Carers Wakefield and District provides support, information, advice and advocacy to unpaid carers.


0113 242 6619

4th Floor, Calls Landing
36-38 The Calls

CHANGE is an award winning national human rights organisation led by disabled people. We are based in Leeds and for the last twenty years have employed people with learning disabilities to work for the human rights of all people with learning disabilities. We campaign, run projects and research issues that affect the lives of people with learning disabilities. We deliver training to professionals and people with learning disabilities and we produce high quality Accessible Information in easy words and pictures to empower vulnerable adults to make choices about the issues that affect them. CHANGE has a co-working model of employment. This means that people with learning disabilities are employed to co-lead on all of our projects alongside non learning disabled colleagues. Both are paid an equal salary.

Christians Against Poverty

CAP DEBT HELP: CAP's debt help is tailored to help financially and socially disadvantaged people out of debt. The combination of face-to-face home visits, a befriending service and CAP's in-depth debt counselling empowers individuals who are struggling or have complex needs to work themselves out of debt. CAP JOB CLUB: CAP Job Club allows jobseekers to face this challenge with other people in similar situations. They also receive practical and tailored support through one-to-one coaching and the eight session Steps to Employment course, which takes them through each step of the job hunting process. CAP RELEASE GROUP: These groups offer support to anyone with life controlling issues. Whatever it is people are struggling with, the groups provide a safe and confidential place where they can tackle the issue right at the core to break free and stay free.