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    CAPO

    Children Affected by Parental Offending In every community there are families affected by having a parent or family member in prison or the criminal justice system. Currently, 200,000 children per year are affected across England and Wales. As a champion, we can support your family…
     01228 223417 or 07834106301

    Community Pharmacy Minor Ailments Scheme - now available across Cumbria

    Pharmacists across Cumbria can now give free advice and treatment to people registered with the Community Pharmacy Minor Ailment Scheme.The scheme has been gradually rolled out across the county over the last two years with the Carlisle and Eden the latest areas to join.The Minor…

    Groundwork NE & Cumbria (Choices)

    Choices has brought together 6 well respected voluntary and community organisations who want to make a real difference to peoples lives. We provide one-to-one advice, guidance and mentoring to help you achieve your goals and to enable you to move into education, training, job searching…
    This service is part of the Local Offer

    Health and Wellbeing Team - North Cumbria (Carlisle & Eden)

    What is the role of a Health and Wellbeing Officer? The main aim of a Health and Wellbeing Officer's role is to engage with young people under the age of 18 who show substance misuse needs, with a particular emphasis on alcohol, cannabis and New…
    This service is part of the Local Offer

    Health and Wellbeing Team - South Cumbria (Barrow & South Lakes)

    What is the role of a Health and Wellbeing Officer? The main aim of a Health and Wellbeing Officer's role is to engage with young people under the age of 18 who show substance misuse needs, with a particular emphasis on alcohol, cannabis and New…
     0790 006 0645
    This service is part of the Local Offer

    Health and Wellbeing Team - West Cumbria (Allerdale & Copeland)

    What is the role of a Health and Wellbeing Officer? The main aim of a Health and Wellbeing Officer's role is to engage with young people under the age of 18 who show substance misuse needs, with a particular emphasis on alcohol, cannabis and New…

    National Youth Advocacy Service

    NYAS is a national children's charity, based in Birkenhead, Merseyside.  NYAS provides advocacy and legal representation to children and vulnerable adults when important decisions are being made about them. The children and young people NYAS work with may be care, registered disabled or have other…
     0151 649 8700

    The Phoenix Youth Project

    The Phoenix Youth Project (PYP) is modern, forward thinking, engaging and exciting Youth Work Project. Working with marginalised and disadvantaged young people aged 8 -19 years old in the deprived areas of Cleator Moor, Frizington, and Moor Row, we aim to; raise aspirations, develop positive…

    South Whitehaven Partnership

    A community based policing project to address high levels of crime and anti-social behaviour on the South Whitehaven estates, Whitehaven, Cumbria.Whitehaven is a market town situated on the West Coast of Cumbria.Formerly a thriving port and mining area.Whitehaven has since suffered theeffects of a decline…
     01946 692616

    South Workington Youth Partnership

    South Workington Youth Partnership is a youth, disability and community charity.  We work with children, young people, children and people with disabilities and the local communities to provide activities, support and learning to enable them to improve their own lives and develop the local community.…
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