Ask Me is free to attend in Sunderland now and can help you to raise awareness of domestic abuse and challenge myths and stereotypes.
South Tyneside Recovery College is excited to promote its first prospectus for January–April 2019, here you can find out what is available and how you can attend.
Sunderland Recovery College have free, recovery focused educational courses for people with lived mental health experience, their friends and family starting in January 2019
Sunderland Women’s Centre provide services to women and have lots of new courses starting in January 2019 taking place in Sunderland City Centre.
Dry January is the annual movement through which millions of people give up alcohol for the month of January and it is back for 2019
Veterans in Crisis Sunderland are supporting veterans across Sunderland on Christmas Day with a Christmas lunch delivered to their door.
Christmas is a characteristically tough time for many of us but we have useful tips to help you cope and where you can get support over the festive period.
Want to make a difference for women and children suffering domestic abuse and looking for a new challenge in 2019? Wearside Women in Need (WWIN) have new employment opportunities.
Sunderland North Community Business Centre (SNCBC) have two new job opportunities available within their organisation, here we have the adverts and details of how you can get more info.
Christmas is nearly here and it can be a difficult time for people but we have useful tips and information of what is happening across South Tyneside to help you get through the festive period.
Action for Happiness’ December calendar offers people a great opportunity to spread kindness during the festive season and improve their own wellbeing
Washington Support Group for Men has been running for 9 years and offers a support group for men to meet weekly at Washington Millennium Centre.