- 12millionminds CIC
Contact: Deborah Sykes
Tel: 07876 597 947
12 Million Minds is a CIC who help children and adults to understand their emotional health. We help them understand that behind every behaviour is an emotion and this helps to give them insight to their anxiety, worry and stress through emotional health coaching.
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- Blackburn Rovers Community Trust
Contact: Deborah Blades
Tel: 01254 508256
Blackburn Rovers Community Trust (Registered Charity No. 1117122) is fully committed to offering all members of the local community access to the highest quality programme of grassroots football, education, inclusion initiatives and awareness projects to encourage off-field participation, success and enjoyment using the crest and brand name of Blackburn Rovers Football Club.
The power of football to engage, enthuse and motivate people irrespective of age, gender and ethnicity is now recognised on many stages. As a vehicle through which community cohesion in its broadest terms of ‘narrowing the gap’ in health, education, aspirations and opportunity can be addressed, the local draw of Blackburn Rovers and the unrivalled power of the brand to bring additional credibility cannot be underestimated.
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- Change Grow Live
Contact: Katie Bebbington
Change Grow Live is a charity specialising in Substance Misuse and Criminal Justice intervention projects in England and Wales. We’re funded by councils and local authorities who commission us to provide services, and we sometimes receive donations from the public.
Because we’re not a business, we’re not looking to make a profit. So we can focus on making sure that everything we do is helping the people who use our services, and the wider public too.
In Lancashire and Blackburn with Darwen, we operate under the brands Inspire, New You and Go2. Within all our services in Lancashire, we have teams that support with all of the following and much more
- Clinical interventions for drug and/ or alcohol treatment
- Family Safeguarding
- Criminal Justice
- Education, Training and Employment
- Recovery Support
- Behaviour Change
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- Communicate SLT CIC
Contact: Joanne Burr
Tel: 01253 462123
2017 will mark Communicate’s 6 year anniversary of delivering high quality, needs led and effective services within the North West. Whilst celebrating the achievements of the last six years, we will take the opportunity to review our mission, vision and values as a foundation for the future. We aim to establish a 5 year strategic plan based on the key drivers of Sustainability, Team, Leadership and High Quality to support Communicate’s continued growth and development. We are looking forward to continuing working in partnership to maximise life chances by enabling effective Speech, Language and Communication.
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- Community Futures
Contact: Denise Partington
Tel: 01772 717461
Community Futures is a registered charity (702233) and company limited by guarantee (333713). Our legal name, Community Council of Lancashire, was adopted over 40 years ago to enable us to become a Rural Community Council. This provides us with a unique role in supporting rural community life in Lancashire.
Most of the work we do is rooted in our very first actions as a support agency. Our initial hands on support for unemployed men and their families in Manchester, the flag ship Brentwood House Recuperation Home for Mothers (which also gave refuge to Jewish families fleeing Poland) and an abundance of self-help programmes in some of the most deprived communities in Lancashire all helped to build our credibility and reputation for the work we do today.
Not a lot has changed. We make organisations, individuals and communities better.
This can be better at what they do themselves or for others, but ultimately everything we do has this as a goal. We see evidence of our achievements all over Lancashire, from the community volunteer we supported to take on her own services, to the community that is thriving because we saved its Playgroup.
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- Hope Street
Contact: Sheila Byrne
Tel: 07903 381874
Hope Street is a mental health organisation run by qualified professionals with lived experience.
We are a trauma-informed and person-centred service that provides support for individuals and families when they are at their most vulnerable.
Our services include:
1:1 coaching music meditation employability exercise mental health nurses holistic therapies guest speakers workshops relationships with food arts and crafts yoga courses menopause confidence building
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- New Era Enterprises (E.Lanc) Ltd
Contact: Jo Wale
Tel: 01282 435302
New Era Enterprises (E. Lancs) Ltd is a company limited by guarantee. It is a community business that promotes a wide range of community-based regeneration and economic development, primarily in and around Pennine Lancashire.
Although constituted as a business, its ethos is much more about improving the lives of local people than making money for itself.
Its aim is to provide a service which supports the growth of skills and networks so that people are able to initiate and participate in their own and their community’s development. This is achieved by working at a neighbourhood level within a vision of equal opportunity and sustainability.
Ann Marie Wrigley is a founder Director of Selnet, and currently represents Selnet Member New Era Enterprises (E.Lancs.) Ltd as a Director on our Board.
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- Trust House Lancashire
Tel: 01772 825288
Trust House Lancashire is a specalist counselling service for Men, Women and Children who have experienced sexual violence or abuse of any kind. We also offer Family support to the whole family of children who have experienced sexual violence. Our main office is based in Preston town centre, we also have rooms available in Burnley, Fleetwood, Blackpool, Ormskirk and Smelmersdale. Trust House Lancashire believes that every individual has the right to be free from all forms of sexual violence and abuse. Our vision is a safe Lancashire free from sexual violence and abuse.
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