Northumbrian Water are offering free water, money and energy saving visits, sign up now if you live in Washington for a visit worth up £130.
National Walking Month can help you get moving and there are even organisations out there in local areas who can support you to do this face to face.
Organisations across South Tyneside are showing their commitment to help support mental health awareness week as they have made a schedule which contains activities and events which are taking place over every day of the week.
Mental Health Awareness Week is an annual campaign and this year the theme is stress so we are are hoping to raise awareness of stress, how it can affect your mental health and wellbeing, what you can do to look after yourself or where to go if you do need extra support.
Being active is good for your physical health and your mental health but getting active can be difficult so we have brought together information around the benefits of getting active and organisations in the local area who can support you to do this.
Sunderland Recovery College are offering a range of free recovery focused educational courses for people with lived mental health experience, their friends and family. Their new prospectus starting in April 2018 is available now!
Through the 5 Ways to Wellbeing it has been proven that by being active (e.g. going for a walk or run) can actually help to improve your mental wellbeing.
Took part in No Smoking Day 2018 but need extra support to quit smoking for good? Then you can find extra support available online and in your community!
No Smoking Day 2018 is due to take place on Wednesday 14th March and is an annual health awareness day which aims to help smokers who want to quit smoking.
Random Acts of Kindness Week 2018 aims to raise awareness of how doing good things for other people can have benefits to other people and yourself.
‘Ask Me’ scheme offers a free two day training course which aims to break the silence about domestic abuse within communities.
Curators at South Shields Museum would like contributions from the public for an exhibition exploring the mining heritage of South Tyneside.
This Children’s Mental Health Week (5-11 February 2018) Place2Be are highlighting the importance of ‘Being Ourselves’ to help tackle low self-esteem.
If over the festive period you have noticed your wellbeing has started to deteriorate you can use our directory of services to find local support for you.
Dry January is the annual movement through which millions of people give up alcohol for the month of January.
There are Churches in Sunderland offering Christmas Lunches to those who need it. All of the meals are free at different venues across the city.
Christmas is nearly here and it can be a difficult time for some people but we have lots of useful information for people in South Tyneside.
If life after school isn’t quite as you hoped or, then Sunderland College have lots of options that will get you ‘Back on Track’