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Adult Social Groups

Arctic Piranha – Saturday nights - Arc Stockton.  7:30 until 10:30. £3:50 (carers free)

grace.allen@arconline.co.uk – 01642 525186

This amazing club night has come about at the request of Learning Disabled people in the Tees Valley who are looking for somewhere safe to enjoy a night-clubbing experience.

It has been conceived and designed by disabled people who came up with the name and also the theme for the night - Snow and Ice. They have also picked the playlist, the bands, the props, the menu and even the recipes for a piranha cocktail and mocktail. You can even learn the words and dance moves to the Arctic Piranha Song!

The club night is designed to be a safe space, with a chill out area, but if you usually bring a carer or support worker to events and activities don’t forget to bring someone along for this event, as it is not something we can provide.

Learning disabled adults want to be treated as adults and so Arctic Piranha is an 18+ event, as any nightclub would be, and we will be experimenting with how late it stays open in future.

Please bring extra money for food and drink.

Food, cocktails and mocktails as well as other drinks from the bar are all available and priced very reasonably. Other tickets are £3.50. Tickets can be purchased from http://arconline.co.uk/home

Club nights are from 7.30-10.30pm and the dates for this year are;

•             Sat 2 March

•             Sat 18 May

•             Sat 13 July

•             Sat 7 September

•             Sat 26 Oct

•             Sat 14 Dec

JK Club – Friday 5:30 – 8:30 – 18 and over. Carer required if not independent Ragworth Community Centre – Jackie – 07873308285 & Kim – 07939312226.

Disco, pool, air hockey, darts, basketball.

Café for hotdogs and toasties drinks sweets etc.

Bingo and karaoke occasionally

£2 and free for carers

 

The YouthyVibe - Tuesday and Friday 5:30 – 8:30, age 7 – 21

Contact AFTER 4:30 – 01642 673793

Activities and workshops aimed at teaching the young people new skills whilst having a great time. They can make use of our climbing wall at no extra cost with our qualified climbing instructor, which is great for developing their strength and stamina, increasing their co-ordination and in turn building confidence and self-esteem.

 Young people can get involved in a range of activities including:

•Climbing Wall

•Cooking workshops*

•Arts and Crafts

•Wii and Xbox Kinect

•Pool

•Table Tennis

•Table Football

•Games

•Hair and Beauty**

•Trips out*

•Disco

•Internet cafe**

 * These activities can sometimes incur an additional small charge to cover costs of materials, ingredients, entry fees, diesel etc. but this is notified in advance where possible. We subsidise activities whenever possible.

 ** These activities are generally for young people aged 11 years and older.

 The VIBE Youth Club has a locked door policy and all young people must attend the session with a parent or carer. This session is specifically for young people with special needs, including downs syndrome, Asperger, ADHD, autism, physical difficulties, hearing difficulties and learning difficulties to name a few.

Main – Inbetweeners – Contact Sian Thomas Telephone 01642 608012 E-mail sthomas@iammain.org.uk

MAIN Address

16 High Force Road

Riverside Park

Middlesbrough

Cleveland PostcodeTS2 1RH

 Monday night 6.30pm-9pm unless stated otherwise.

Times and days may change if the group has a day tripped planned or a activity they want to do which is on a different day.

The MAIN team has the skills, experience and motivation to offer first hand support and advice to people of all ages living with autism and attention-related conditions.

The Age range is 18-25, this group is for our young adults who do not feel ready for our adult group but have outgrown our teens and tweens group.

Activities include...

The cinema

Bowling

Day trips

Pub quizzes

Pool nights

Cooking

Inbetweeners also spend time with our adult group for joint day trips and fundraising ideas.

This group is aimed at social skills and becoming more independent.

 

Gateway Club – Darlington Salters Lane North, Darlington, DL1 3DT 01325 350078

The Gateway Club provides various activities for people with learning disabilities including:

Snooker

Pool Table

Tennis

Badminton

TV Room

Tuck - shop

Sports Arts & crafts

Relaxation Health & Beauty

Cookery

Contact them for details of days and times activities take place

 

Dorman’s Club, Oxford Road, Middlesbrough (Tuesday) 

and

Malleable Club Disco Norton Road, (Wednesday) 

Contact Lucy Dearlove or Mike Edwards – 01642 661890

These discos take place weekly. Both are on from 6.30-9pm - £2

They are hosted by care provider Creative Support but open to adults who receive support from other providers.

The nights offer a chance for people to socialise and dance as well as offering volunteer opportunities. Attendees at the discos get involved in many aspects of the nights, such as welcoming people and collecting money on the door, selling raffle tickets, DJing and creating posters and flyers.

The discos also have regular theme nights, tribute nights and charity nights. In the past they have raised money for charities such as The Great North Air Ambulance and Help for Heroes and welcomed tribute acts to Elvis, Adele, Madness and more.

New attendees are always welcome. 18+

A Way Out - for At Risk Women and Youth Outreach

A Way Out,

The Gate,

1-2 Castlegate Quay,

The Riverside,

Stockton on Tees.

TS18 1BZ

Call: 01642 655071

Email: info@awayout.co.uk

1. Blossom Project

 The project provides targeted support for young women aged 16 – 24 years living in the Stockton area who are at significant risk of poor outcomes due to a range of vulnerabilities and complex needs. A key aspiration of the project is to prevent the exploitation of vulnerability and routes into survival sex work.

The Blossom service offers to empower and advocate for young women and support them to:

•Build emotional resilience and social capital

•Make positive life-choices and

•Realise their aspirations/fulfil their potential

The Blossom project will use a delivery model around three core decisive actions of Reach-Engage-Empower. Working in close partnership with a number of local agencies we will work to achieve our overarching goal:

“Vulnerable young women who have accessed our service have a positive vision of womanhood, are purposefully engaged in education or training, free from addictions and exploitation and empowered to the lives they want to lead.”

We look to do this via a range of different activities:

•Outreach

•Drop-ins

•Befriending/mentoring

•1:1 support

•Therapeutic group work

•Personal counselling

•Family mediation

•Employability and work related support

•Mental health and work related support through rolling programmes

•Health and fitness programmes

•Healthy lifestyle and life skills programmes

2 Liberty Project

provides an outreach, engagement and recovery service to sexually exploited women involved in opportunistic and survival sex work/prostitution. Women involved in survival sex work are part of a nocturnal economy which makes them hidden and hard to reach. Most suffer with poor physical, mental and sexual health and struggle with unresolved issues related to historic child sex abuse or family breakdown/being in care. They are entrenched in high risk behaviours, lack of confidence; skills and to support to engage in training/employment and are reluctant to engage with mainstream services.

Our service aims to reach, engage and empower in a uniquely holistic way as part of a focused recovery journey that addresses their immediate needs for safety and inclusion and over time supports and empowers them to exit and break free from these exploitative situations

We work in partnership with a range of agencies across the area and are key members of the Stockton Sex Workers Forum and founder members of the North East Sex Workers Forum as a campaigning/influencing and learning body for the region. Our strength is the longevity of our engagement with the women to bring about and sustain positive change.

Our approach involves:

•1:1 intensive recovery support Comic Relief logo

•Low threshold drop-in for vulnerable women

•Drop-in for women on caseload who have or are sex working

•Independent living programmes

•Health and fitness programmes

•Wellbeing Activity group

•Therapeutic programmes

•1:1 counselling

•Outreach twice a week

•Offering practical support through food parcels, toiletry packs, clothes, hot food, safety packs, harm minimisation and needle exchange

•Family support

Princes Trust – Fairbridge project  

Fairbridge House, Ferry Road, Middlesbrough, TS2 1PL – 01642 201007

Can self-refer over the phone 0800 842 842 lines are open from 9am-9pm, seven days a week or online www.princes-trust.org.uk

Can text ‘Call me’ 07983385418

16-25 years.

Free

2 - 3 days a week – includes outdoor activities, cooking, music, art, gain qualifications and employability.

Travel paid for – various pick-ups around Stockton and Middlesbrough

Breakfast and Lunch Provided

Doesn’t Affect Your Benefits

Free Residential Trip - optional

Boost Your Confidence

Try new things and develop Life Skills

 

East Avenue Disco – Tuesday – 7pm £2?

Old Billingham Community Centre, East Avenue, Billingham TS23 1BY – 01642 647005 (contact number for community centre need number for who runs the evening)

Arts and crafts 

Disco

Tuck shop

 

Vision 25 – Saturday 10-2 - £10 – age 19+ 07708777336

Adult Support North East England

AT Home in the Community Ltd

info@athome.uk.net
0191 228 8300 or 0191 261 1818

At Home is a charity based in the North East of England.

We enable Adults with Learning Difficulties to live their life to the full.

We offer the following service packages:

  • Residential Services
  • Community Enabling
  • Independant Support Living Services
  • Personalised Budget Packages
  • Brokerage

Autism Plus - Yorkshire and Humberside

Autism Plus

We work across the North of England supporting adults and young people with autism, learning disabilities and mental health conditions

https://www.autismplus.org/what-we-do/more-about-autism-plus

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