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Bikeability

Bikeability

There’s a Bikeability level to suit you, whether you’re just starting out or want to use your bike more safely and more often.

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Blue Door

Blue Door

The Blue Door operates from bases in central Scunthorpe, Grimsby and Hull providing support, guidance and advice. The type of support services available from us varies within each area. We provide services of excellence for victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence through, advice. Advocacy and therapeutic services.

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Care after Sexual Assault

Care after Sexual Assault

0330 2230 181

Care After Sexual Assault, offers support and practical help to anyone who has experienced sexual violence and sexual abuse

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Citizens Advice

Citizens Advice

03444 111 444

Citizens Advice offers free, confidential and impartial advice on big issues affecting people's lives

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Cleethorpes Beach

Cleethorpes Beach

Our Beach Safety office in Cleethorpes is currently closed to the public. Our staff are still patrolling the beach area but keeping their distance. Cleethorpes’ popularity grew in the 19th century because of its excellent beaches and miles of beautiful golden sand. We work hard to ensure that the beaches are maintained to a high standard, and that the seafront remains a pleasant place for visitors and wildlife. The North East Lincolnshire Coast is recognised internationally as a special site for wildlife, migrating birds, and unusual plants. If you want to know more about the Cleethorpes resort and the activities available go to the Visit Cleethorpes - external site website.

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Compass Go

Compass Go

Compass GO.. (Mental Health Support Team) works with children, young people, families and educational settings in North East Lincolnshire. We provide support, help and advice for pupils, students and schools for issues related to mental health and wellbeing. Our work with educational settings includes providing advice, information and support to staff in promoting mental health and wellbeing. We also plan mental health awareness and promotion activities and events for pupils, including group work, assemblies and campaigns. We also work with children and young people in other settings, for example those who are educated at home or excluded from school. The service is made up of a small team of Education Mental Health Practitioners and Supervising Practitioners from a range of health and education backgrounds.

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Healthy Places

Healthy Places

Laura Peggs - Wellbeing Programme Lead (Schools) works with schools and partner agencies to develop the capacity for securing improvements in health and wellbeing outcomes, for school-aged children and young people. This is through bespoke programmes, leading on policy and strategy development, assessing local and national research and data plus advice, guidance and support to schools in relation to the new RSE and HE requirements.

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Healthy Places Schools Membership

Healthy Places Schools Membership

01472 325500

We recognise that every school is unique in its strengths and challenges. Being a member of Healthy Places will give you access to a comprehensive package of support and resources enabling your organisation to identify and achieve its wellbeing related goals and creating a healthier school. ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP: £500 Look at our website for further information and what is included.

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Kooth

Kooth

Kooth is an online counselling and emotional well-being platform for children and young people, accessible through mobile, tablet and desktop and free at the point of use.

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Navigo

Navigo

01472 256256

Navigo, Providing local support services.

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NEL Sexual Health Service

NEL Sexual Health Service

North East Lincolnshire Sexual Health Service provides a free and confidential sexual health services which includes information and advice on all types of contraception, STI testing and treatment, EHC and pregnancy testing.

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North East Lincolnshire Mind

North East Lincolnshire Mind

01472 349991

What to expect from our support in North East Lincolnshire

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Safespace

Safespace

Safespace is an out-of-hours, open door crisis cafe where you can get instant and practical mental health support. There’s no need to call ahead. If you’re feeling vulnerable in the evenings, you can drop into Safespace and speak to fully-trained mental health professionals who will help you manage your wellbeing. It’s a judgement-free zone and we welcome those who are in need – whether that be due to loneliness, isolation or emotional vulnerability. If it's your first time using Safespace and you're a bit hesitant, you can also now pop in and see the team face-to-face if you'd prefer. The cafe, based at NAViGO House on Brighowgate, is open between 5.30pm and 11.30pm, Monday to Friday.

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School Nurse Referral Form

School Nurse Referral Form

School Nursing also has a dedicated confidential text line that young people can contact for advice and support. This is manned Monday to Friday 9-5 by qualified School Nurses with additional Public Health specialist qualifications. The text service is a safe and secure platform for children and young people to discuss any concerns, questions or worries they may have.

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School Nurse Text Service

School Nurse Text Service

07507 331620

Children and young people aged 11 – 18 years old can text the School Nursing Service to get confidential advice and support on such issues like mental health, bullying, self-harm, smoking, contraception etc.

School Sports Partnership

School Sports Partnership

01472 871811

Formed in 2002, the Partnership's core focus to is to support schools and academies to develop PE, School Sport and Physical Activity through the following areas: Competitive Opportunities - Intra, Inter and County Level events; Professional Opportunities - Comprehensive CPD programme to support staff. Healthy Active Lifestyles - Active 30, Active Travel and Sports Leadership

Sector Support

Sector Support

Sector Support North East Lincolnshire (SSNEL) is run by North Bank Forum (Forum), which delivers projects and services across Yorkshire and the Humber. It has been funded by NEL Clinical Commissioning Group and NEL Council since April 1st 2016. We offer a range of help and advice on issues like funding, governance, safeguarding and volunteering as well as training courses and events. We can support anyone working in the voluntary and community sector, including social enterprises, from start-ups and small groups to large charities and its all free! Sector Support North East Lincolnshire offer training courses for staff, volunteers and trustees on issues like funding, governance and demonstrating impact. Find out everything that is happening in North East Lincolnshire. Receive our Sector Support newsletter with all the latest information of events, news, training, funding etc.

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Special Educational Needs and Disabilities SEND Local offer

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities SEND Local offer

Welcome to our Local Offer Our Local Offer is the place that provides and directs you to information that will support children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). It helps parents, children and young people aged 0 to 25 years find information about specialist and targeted services and activities in North East Lincolnshire. Are you a professional who uses the site? A young person with creative ideas you want to see come to life? Or a parent or carer with a clear view for what support you need featuring? Be involved in co-producing the website. Contact the Local Offer Engagement Coordinator Lauren Thompson at lauren.thompson2@nelincs.gov.uk or call 01472 323337. If you have any questions about local SEND please contact sen@nelincs.gov.uk.

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Sport in schools

Sport in schools

Lincs Inspire Sports Development provide a wide range of initiatives and activities within community settings, schools and at outreach sites.

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We are with you

We are with you

01472 806890 Text us (young persons) 07835927120

We are with you Get free, confidential support with alcohol, drugs or mental health from one of our local services or online

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Wellbeing Service

Wellbeing Service

The Wellbeing Service is a free health and wellbeing service for North East Lincolnshire residents. If you want support with your wellbeing or are ready to make a change a Wellbeing Worker can help. The support is designed to empower and enable you to address some of the barriers preventing you living a healthy and happy life by identifying your goals. Wellbeing Workers and Practitioners offer 1 to 1 and group support. They are available in the community and will work with you to identify your needs and support you in setting wellbeing goals in your life.

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Womens Aid

Womens Aid

01472 575757

Womens Aid is For anyone experiencing physical or emotional abuse from someone close.

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Young Minds Matter

Young Minds Matter

01472 626100

Any professional can make referrals to the Young Minds Matter service. If you would like to discuss a possible referral, please contact the advice line. Referral forms can be sent to: Young Minds Matter, Freshney Green Primary Care Centre, Sorrel Road, Grimsby, DN34 4GB Completed forms can also be emailed to Lpn-tr.nelymm@nhs.net

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Young People’s Support Services (YPSS)

Young People’s Support Services (YPSS)

01472 313131

Support for 16 to 19 years (25 with additional needs) with applying for learning, training and jobs and help with CV’s.

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