Health and Wellbeing in the Community
Providing an incredible range of activities and services.
ROAD is designed to help the residents of County Durham who are out of work and aged 25 and above to overcome barriers to employment. We help individuals find their potential and enable them to move into education, training or work.
Macmillan Joining the Dots County Durham is a free, personal service for people aged 18 and over who have been diagnosed with cancer.
Wellbeing for Life can help you find out what’s around you and how to make the most of it. Wellbeing is about your health, happiness, opportunities and your overall quality of life. The service has a team of experienced staff and volunteers who will work with you to give you the support and advice you need.
An independent consumer champion, gathering and representing the views of people in County Durham. Healthwatch plays a role at both national and local level, making sure that the views of the public and people who use services are taken into account. We listen to the experiences of local people and see what is working well and where things could improve.
Our dedicated team are here to help you ‘Be Clear On Cancer’. There, there to help you to understand the symptoms and facilitate appointments and screening. You can talk to our team on a one to one basis or can arrange for them to hold a workshop event for your community group or workplace. Cancer screening saves lives.
Gypsy Roma and Traveller Health Trainer Service
PCP are here to support the Gypsy Roma and Traveller community in County Durham to lead healthier lifestyles. Our health trainers are able to provide support and advice on a range of issues that can affect your health and wellbeing.
Healthwatch Sunderland will work with local people, patients, service users, carers, community groups, organisations, service providers and commissioners to get the best out of local health and social care services. This doesn’t just mean improving services today but influencing and shaping services to meet the needs of the local communities tomorrow.
An independent consumer champion, gathering and representing the views of people in Stockton on Tees. Healthwatch plays a role at both national and local level, making sure that the views of the public and people who use services are taken into account. We listen to the experiences of local people and see what is working well and where things could improve.
The National Health Service (NHS) works hard to treat everyone properly and promptly and the majority of people who use the health service are happy with their treatment. However, sometimes things can go wrong or you may be unhappy about certain parts of your treatment.
If you live in Stockton-on-Tees and have a complaint about NHS services, our free advocacy service can guide you through making a complaint by providing you with practical support, advice and information.
Building your skills for brighter future, without impacting your benefits. We support people in the Tees Valley to overcome complex reasons preventing them from moving forward and to finding work, training and education
We need to add Stockton Navigation Project Service into the projects listed on this page. This will need its own page creating on this site that explains what this project is. I have attached some information and the logo.
The service is available to any resident of Stockton-on-Tees over the age of 16 and offers you up to four appointments, which provide one to one support to enable you to access a range of activities and support that can help improve your health and wellbeing and develop emotional resilience.