Produced by SPAN Single Parent Action Network
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CLASP offers support and help to those suddenly facing single parenthood; to those who have been a lone parent for a while; to single parents who parent from a distance; and to the children and young people within single parent families.
Community and Voluntary Action Tameside (CVAT) the leading support and development agency for voluntary, community and faith groups in Tameside, our overarching mission is to build and support a strong and vibrant voluntary and community action in Tameside.
They aim to do this through the provision of our development services, offering community and faith groups and organisations grass roots support; our networks, offering you the chance to make connections and have influence; and our volunteer support services, offering support to individuals and those organisations involving volunteers.
Embrace Wigan and Leigh is a charity dedicated to helping people with all types of disabilities and their families gain the support they need to live a fulfilling life.
They offer support, advocacy, advice and information to make sure people live a life as inclusive and meaningful as possible.
Barnardos Family Action Benchill, Provides support services for families and children, including: play groups, a community creche, parenting education courses, a toy library, family work, a male carers' group and self help groups, Freedom Programme.
Family Information Service (FIS) is a free, impartial one-stop-shop service for parents/carers and young people aged 0–19, providing accurate and detailed information on services in Cheshire East, regionally and nationally. From childcare to tax credits to guidance on bullying, the Family Information Service can assist for all manner of queries, big or small.
We are the only independant , campaign group for all full time kinship carers:
HAFS provides services to the whole family unit of families in Halton who have a child or young adult with a condition within the broad range of ASD (Autistic Spectrum Disorders). HAFS is unique in this respect as most support groups either cater for the affected person or parents. One of the first things you
High Peak Women's aim is to provide support to adults and children experiencing domestic abuse. They have community based services including Outreach, Children’s Aftercare and Counselling. They also run a refuge (Harmony Project) for young women aged 16 to 24 years and their children seeking safe accommodation and support.
Irish Community Care Merseyside is a registered charity, which exists to respond to the needs of both the Irish and Irish Traveller communities across Merseyside.
Currently offered are a range of information, advice and outreach support services including welfare benefits advice and advocacy, support around homelessness, accommodation, poor health, drug or alcohol misuse, cultural and social isolation.
Joining Communities has provided a Community based service since October 2010. They pride ourselves on the mission, which is ‘Provide a link between communities and local services to enrich lives’.
They do this by:
Helping you look for work, learn jobsearch activities including CV writing and the new digital skills you need to move into employment
Training course and workshops to prepare the unemployed for the workplace
Helping you to build self confidence through classroom based workshops and coaching & mentoring
Providing ‘online courses’, for those who prefer eLearning, to help you learn the new skills you want.
Providing a room hire service for your community group or organisation to deliver your project, hold meetings or training sessions.
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