A Food Bank and Support Service for vulnerable and homeless people in South Tyneside. They offer food parcels on a referral system and offer help with supported housing and health and wellbeing services.
Helps vulnerable people find a voice and gain control over their lives. They run advocacy services, support self-advocacy and user-led groups and run drop-in sessions where people can get personalised help with a range of issues.
Offers support to women of ethnic minority such as information and guidance on a range of issues, advocacy, interpreting, practical and emotional support and youth groups for girls aged 10 -18.
0191 456 4147
Crest (Compact for Race Equality in South Tyneside) aims to promote racial equality and to assist people from communities in South Tyneside (and further afield) to enjoy a better quality of life by supporting those in need to gain access in education, training and employment, to raise aspirations and to ensure their voice is heard.
People over the age of 50 can access a wide range of flexible support tailored to their individual needs and circumstances such as short courses for those wishing to enhance their digital skills, health and wellbeing support and financial advice.
WHiST provides a wide range of physical and mental health services to women over 16 years old in a safe and strictly confidential environment such as counselling, listening ear, relaxation, support with long term health conditions and volunteering opportunities.
Mental Health Concern - Together in a crisis Sunderland and South Tyneside
Together in a crisis takes a person-centred approach to supporting individuals that find themselves in a subjective crisis. They work to support their mental health while exploring the triggers and empowering them to overcome barriers to success.
If you cannot work while you're self-isolating, you may be covered by your employer's sick leave or special leave policy. If this isn't an option, you might be able to get Statutory Sick Pay or another type of financial support.
If you're on low income and you're asked to self-isolate by NHS Test and Trace, you may be able to get £500 Test and Trace Support Payment. More about the Test and Trace Support Payment.