On this page, you will find a list and descriptions of other Organisations that could be of use to you.
Currently being populated, the list of organisations will grow over time. Thank you for your patience.
Here at Alice charity, we’ve recently noticed a significant increase in the number of lovely, local families needing support with food. We tried to put ourselves in your shoes, being unable to give your children enough food to satisfy their hunger, going without food yourself so the rest of your family can eat, but we can’t even begin to imagine how hard it must be.
So we have set up People’s Pantry to help you to feed your family:
- You can just turn up for food – you don’t have to be referred into us
- We are open every day
- We provide baby products too
- You will be welcomed by our team with a brew, a chance to sit down and chill whilst we take a few details from you
People’s Pantry is one of many projects run by Alice charity to support local vulnerable families, so not only can we help you with food, but we can also support you to move towards independence with emotional and practical support by our wonderful Family Support team, who have themselves experienced tough times so know exactly what you are going through, no judgement, only respect and kindness. Let us help you – People’s Pantry is open from 11am to 1pm from Monday to Friday, and we are based in Newcastle town centre at 27 Bridge Street, ST5 2RY – call us on 01782 627017 if you need any more details Please come and see us – that’s what we’re here for.
We provide FREE Services for unpaid Carers in North Staffordshire this includes: A dedicated Carers Centre, Information and Advice, Emotional Support, Practical Help, Break Opportunities, and Social Activities, Along with support to access Benefits and Grants. North Staffs Carers Association, was established in 1987, we are a local Charity that pride ourselves on delivering a range of high-quality support services to meet the needs of Young and Adult Carers from Communities across North Staffordshire.
Contact Number: 01782 793100
We are 4 Relationship counsellors, who previously worked for 20 years plus with Relate and between us cover all the varying services Relate offered from Individual, Couple, Family and young Persons Counselling, also including Same Sex counselling and Sex Therapy.
Charge: £40 per session
Referrals: Self-referrals taken
Contact number: 01782 683050.
In the 2011 census approximately 27,000 people in Stoke-On-Trent (11% of the population) identified themselves as providing unpaid care – approximately 800 of these were young carers.
The same census highlighted just under 90,000 people in Staffordshire providing unpaid care, with a further 2,000 young carers.
The hub exists to ensure that all carers are aware of and have access to a wide range of support services designed to ease their caring responsibilities and enjoy what life has to offer outside these.
If you provide regular care to a friend, family member or neighbour in Stoke-On-Trent or Staffordshire you may be eligible to access a wide range of support services to help you in your caring responsibilities as well as in your life outside.
Find out how we can support you with your caring responsibilities and your life outside.
Ways to get in touch
Face-to-face: Call in to one of our offices .
Call us: 0330 1231937 We’ll be available on the telephone Monday to Friday 9am – 5pm (Wednesday 9am – 8pm) and Saturday 9am – 12.30pm for help, advice and support.
Email us: email@example.com
We deliver the service from our two main locations in Stafford and Stoke-on-Trent as well as through our Community Venues in the two regions.
Disability Rights UK
Equal participation for all
We want a society where everyone can participate equally.
We are disabled people leading change
- In 3 years we will enable at least 50,000 diverse disabled people to have voice and influence, connecting with each other and with us. We support change agents and enable disabled people to exert power and influence.
- We will work in partnership with other Disabled People’s Organisations (DPOs) to showcase approaches to social, economic and public participation and share learning, including through joint projects.
- We will work with many organisations in a position to act, in all sectors, to support them to put disabled people’s priorities at the heart of their policies and practices.
- We will campaign to strengthen and protect disabled people’s rights.
DR UK is itself led by people with diverse experiences of disability and health conditions, from different communities. We work with allies committed to equal participation for all. Together we can be stronger.
- Disabled Students Helpline
- Equality Advisory and Support Service (EASS)
- Personal Budgets Help Line
- Member Organisations Welfare Rights Advice Service
Office Number: 020 7250 8181
(this line open Mon-Fri, between 10.00 and 12.30pm and 1.30 and 4.00pm)
Calls cost up to 13p per minute from a landline and 3p to 55p per minute from a mobile – See list of call charges
This line is not an advice line.
Full Mission Statement
Green Door is based in Stoke-on-Trent and aims to enrich the lives of local people, especially those who are older or disabled. As a community group, which is open to everyone, our aim is to encourage people to overcome isolation by taking part in activities and workshops to promote healthier lifestyles using Staffordshire’s glorious green spaces..
Exercise and stimulation inspires us, brings us together and teaches us about ourselves and the world around us. In short, we open up the door to make life better.
Our long term goals are to grow into a strong established social enterprise and activity provider with a strong volunteer support network, connected to other activity facilitators
our registered charity number is: 1163437
Call us: 07824 473432
The Green Door Hub is open spring, summer & Autumn Tue – Sat 10:30am – 3:30pm. The phone may not be manned outside these hours. However if you need to contact us outside these hours, please send a txt and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to contact the board who oversee the organisation email the chair.
Green Door, Westport Lake
Westport Lake Road,
Stoke -on -Trent
Safer Places provide a safe temporary place to go if a person with a learning disability or dementia feels distressed, vulnerable or scared while out in the community.
Places which have joined the scheme can be identified by a Safer Places sticker at the entrance.
People who join the scheme will have a Keep Safe card, which will include the names and contact numbers of two relatives or friends who be called on for help.
They will need to show this card to obtain help in the establishments who have signed up to the scheme.
Safer Places scheme for vulnerable people
Contact us to apply for a card or if you are an organisation or business that would like to be part of the scheme.Community Development Team
Unit 7/8 Riverside
2 Campbell Road,
Stoke-on-Trent, ST4 4RJ