Young Carers Services North Northumberland

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Amble Youth Project
01665 713741

Tracey Hinton

ambleyouthproject1996@yahoo.co.uk
Dilston Terrace, Amble, NE65
After School Club
Respite, activities, befriending, AYP offers an after school club for 8-12 year olds where they take part in activities, get a snack and help with homework.
Senior Youth Group 12-19 year olds

Senior Youth Group offers to ages 12-19 in a relaxed, safe environment.

 

Community@NE66
01665 602856
Hannah.Moeini@northumberland.gov.uk; Steve.Barrigan@northumberland.gov.uk
Alnwick Community Centre, Howling Lane, Alnwick

Find us on Facebook: CommunityatNE66

Senior Drop in – Mondays 4:30-6:30pm
Informal drop-in, project work facilitated, C-card and young people’s support and guidance.  Delivered in partnership between North Area Northumberland Youth Service and Community@NE66

Years 7 & 8 girls group – Wednesdays

A structured group work for young women in school years 7 and 8.  These sessions are youth lead and delivered by the Community@NE66 team.

Play! (C@N).
Play! are facilitated play sessions for children aged 4-8 years old. These sessions emphasise free play and children choosing their activity. Activities include; arts and crafts, group games, baking & cooking, gardening, sports, free and outdoor play. Delivered by qualified Youth & Community Workers and Sport Development Workers
Impact Youth Group (C@N)
Impact Youth Group offers a safe place for young people to meet and spend their free time with each other. We work with young people offering positive activities with a focus on informal education and social development. One of our main focusses in community cohesion and the groups and individuals positive contributions. At a typical youth group we offer; sports coaching, baking, arts and crafts, community project task. The young people are free to choose what activities they engage in.
Pop Inn (C@N, Youth Service, C-card and NHS Partnership)
The Pop Inn is a young person’s drop-in health and wellbeing clinic for young people. The NHS team offer a GUM and contraceptive service. The Youth Service offer C-card, Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea testing, support and guidance and one to one sessions. Our staff team are trained in mental health first aid, issues relating to self-harm and anger management as well as sexual health and positive relationships.
Skate park meetings (C@N and Youth Service).
The Alnwick Skate Park young people’s group is a steering group for the planning, design, fund raising and consultation of the proposed Skate Park build in Alnwick. The group also has a focus on the wellbeing of young people offering guidance and support.
School Holiday Play Schemes (C@N)
Holiday play schemes are open to any child aged 4-8 or 9-13 who the Centre team are able to meet the needs of. We provide positive activities through informal education. We tend to work more with young people outside of the Centre setting on trip and outing and with specialist tutors.
1:1 (C@N and Youth Service)
1:1 sessions work with young people who feel they need additional time and space on issues that they face. The staff team sign post and refer young people to other services if needed. Alot of our work focuses on building self-esteem and confidence in young people.
Barndale Youth Group
Barndale Youth Club is a youth club for young people who attend Barndale House Residential. The club offers positive activities through informal education.

 

 

Berwick Youth Project
 01289 333101
debra.jerdan@berwickyouthproject.co.uk
9-12 Golden Square,  Berwick-upon-Tweed
Information & Support
Intensive support using counselling skills; Support with a wide range of issues affecting young people including, self-harm, careers guidance, funding support, literacy and numeracy support, budget management, family issues, homelessness, unhappiness, money matters, personal safety, abuse, anger management, c-card, drop-in, groupwork, sexual health, mental health, bullying, relationships
We are a registered charity (1040380)  that delivers a range of services to young people aged 13-25 in the Berwick area.  Services include a drop-in, practical and emotional support, supported accommodation for 16-25 year olds. We also offer a youth club.
Mon  – Appointments Only; Tues  – 10:00 – 5:00; Wed  – 10:00 – 5:00; Thurs – Appointments Only; Fri – 10:00 – 5:00; Sat – 10:30 – 12:30

 

 

Contagious
07525 748728
c/o Alnwick Baptist Church, Lisburn Street, Alnwick, NE66 1UR

contagious.alnwick@gmail.com

www.contagiouscharity.webs.com

Mettle
A group of young people from the ages of 13 to late teens attend Mettle. The group explores issues of faith though informal discussions and activities. Young people do not need a faith to attend this group, but should have an inquiring mind and a desire to explore spiritual issues.
We use the Youth For Christ Mettle material to guide us in thinking about what the Bible says about our lives today, lively debate and a few silly games for good measure!  The group is small but perfectly formed and are very welcoming of new people.
Wednesday Evenings 7.30pm – 9.15pm, Alnwick Baptist Church
Rock Solid Youth Club
The content of the club is based on activities which include games, competitions and covering subjects young people may have concerns about, with a clear Christian emphasis.  This is done in a lively interactive way. People are welcome from all faiths.
Thursday Evenings 7pm til 8:15pm, St James’ Centre, Alnwick, Pottergate.
Messy Church
This is an afternoon of fun doing craft, singing, story time, activities and games. A light tea is served at 4:45pm and around 30 children and parents/carers attend this every week.
2nd Sunday each month, from 3.30pm until 5.30pm St James’ Church Centre, Pottergate, Alnwick

 

 

The Rothbury and Coquetdale Youth Project
01669 621398
rcyp@btconnect.com
DR Thomlinson C of E Middle School. Silverton Lane, Rothbury.
Youth Sessions 13+
For the past 13 Years, we have provided the rural area of Rothbury and Upper Coquetdale with a youth focused service that has for the past three years been funded by the Big Lottery ‘Reaching Communities Fund’.  The aim of the project is to provide rural young people with a sense of belonging in their community and to provide them with increased access to five main key areas of need- Information, Support, Opportunities, Experiences and Involvement. Our main activities: • Provide young people aged 12-25 years with a ‘Rural Youth Hub’ situated in the town center of Rothbury and a satellite hub based at Dr Thomlinson C of E Middle School. These are safe, modern, well equipped and accessible places that give young people access to the main key areas of need as identified above. These places embrace current youth culture, new technologies and up to date equipment to take advantage of the Rothbury area becoming one of the first rural places in the UK to get Super-Fast Rural Broadband. • Provide focused youth information and support sessions in the evenings and during the day, looking at issues such as employment, training, health and relationships. We have a referral process for young people. • Offer young people specific experiences and opportunities which will build confidence and also aim to give them a better perception of life.
Monday – 6.30pm till 9pm,  Jubilee Hall

 

 

Healthwatch Northumberland
03332 408468
helene@healthwatchnorthumberland.co.uk
Children and Young People’s Development Worker and Advocate
Healthwatch Northumberland (Adapt NE), Burn Lane, Hexham, Northumberland, NE46 3HNHealthwatch Northumberland helps people of all ages and all backgrounds (including children and young people) to have their say about how local health and social care services should be delivered (e.g. GPs, hospitals, opticians, dentists, chemists and care homes). We listen to people’s feedback (good and bad) about services which you have used and report this back to those in charge of planning, providing and delivering them so they can make improvements, where needed. Furthermore, we offer support to people who need it to make a complaint about an NHS Service that they have used through our “Independent Complaints Advocacy Northumberland” (ICAN) service. You can put in a complaint yourself or with the support of an adult (e.g. a parent) and/or one of our advocates.Healthwatch Northumberland also has a “Children and Young People’s Reference Group” and we are always looking for new members! The main aim of this group is to ensure young people (up to the age of 25) are heard and have their say in how local health and social care services should be delivered in Northumberland.

Please get in touch for more information or if you have some feedback about a recent experience which you’d like to share with us.

Mon – Fri,  9am – 5pm

http://www.healthwatchnorthumberland.co.uk

 

Army Welfare Service
0191 239 3470
AWS-15X-cdw1-Catterick@mod.uk
Play and Youth Provision for children and young people from military families. Mixed programme, generic open access and project work.
Varied-weeknights and some weekends, holidays.

 

 

Carers Northumberland
01670 320025
info@carersnorthumberland.org.uk
107-109 Station Road, Ashington, NE63 8RS
Young Carer Opportunity Fund
• General Support
• Active Young Carers
• Access to grants to take a break from the caring role We currently provide a basic advice, advocacy, information and general support to young carers
• Advice and InformationWebsite & Small Grant Young carers can apply for yearly. Young Carers Opportunity Fund – young carers can apply for a grant to take a break from caring.
Northumberland Young Carers Website
Information and support for young carers in northumberland go to www.northumberlandyoungcarers.org
Monday-Friday 9-5am

 

 

Calmer Therapy
07944512930
calmertherapy@mail.com

www.calmertherapy.co.uk

South East Northumberland
Ages 8-16+
We offer a youth group, play group and outdoor learning to children of all ages.

 

 

PALS (Patient advice and liaison service)
0800 0320202
northoftynepals@nhct.nhs.uk
FREEPOST, RLTC-SGHH-EGXJ, North of Tyne PALS, The Old Stables, Greys Yard, Morpeth
PALS is a free, confidential NHS service for patients, their families and carers, of all ages. It is there to help with information, advice and support and to sort out any problems about NHS services and can also pass on compliments and suggestions
PALS staff will help to find answers to questions and sort out any problems quickly and informally. The phone line is staffed during office hours and any messages left will be responded to the next working day.

 

Early Intervention Hubs – Northumberland County Council
01670 629289 / 01670 629273
vanessa.easton@northumberland.gov.uk
Early Help in Northumberland Website
The Hub is a service that can receive referrals for children and families who may need some support.  Referrals are emailed in with consent and then processed and allocated via the hub.  There are 4 hubs in Northumberland ; North/West/South East and Central.
Anyone can make a referral to the service.  The office opening times are:

Monday – Thursday 9am – 5pm

Friday 9am – 430pm

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