We provide a countywide service for children and young people with disabilities and their families. Regardless of where you live in County Durham, we aim to enable families living with disability to participate in, visit and enjoy a wide range of sport, leisure and social activities…
07592 366 454
This service provides housing related support to customers with enduring mental health issues providing support to 15 customers. We offer: Nine bed supported accommodation in Brandon with staff on site length of stay up to two years. Three dispersed properties in Brandon area, two people…
0800 073 1837
We offer personalised services for people with a Personal Budget. This service provides: Support to those with enduring mental health issues on a one-to-one basis through a direct payment or virtual budget A variable amount of hours depending on the outcome of an assessment carried out by your care co-ordinator Greater choice…
08000 731 837
Our Mental Health and Wellbeing Outreach Services are a range of community social support schemes funded for those both under secondary and primary care by Durham County Council, and three services aimed at tackling health inequalities funded by Durham Dales, Easington and Sedgefield Clinical Commissioning…
08000 731 837
Are you a parent and carer of someone under 25 years old in County Durham with a special educational need or disability? You can join the Children and Young People's Network for free!  What is the Children and Young People's Network? The Council keep a register…
03000 265 792
The Cheesy Waffles Project engages with young people age 11-30 years with special educational needs delivering a range of positive activities. Young people are encouraged to develop new skills through taking part in different projects including sports, art and crafts, cookery, competitions, trips out, community project, helping…
07808 842 205

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