Supporting you if you care for someone that would struggle to manage without you because of illness, disability, frailty, a long-term condition (including mental illness or dementia) or addiction.
Connecting you and your family to community activities, groups, peer support, learning and volunteering opportunities, and providing support to develop community activities.
We’re here for you if you are affected by domestic abuse, including those worried about their own behaviour. If you are in immediate danger please call 999
Providing practical support to help you maintain your home environment and live safely and independently in your own home.
Providing transport if you are you struggling to get to appointments and activities or finding it difficult to use public transport.
Providing a dedicated Key Worker to help you make changes to improve your health and wellbeing and build your confidence.