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Your Voice Counts continues to support the most vulnerable people in our communities and are doing so over the telephone or video calling as much as possible.​

Statutory Advocacy services

Our advocates are now working from home, and systems are in place to allow advocates to work and consult remotely.

Community Services for people with learning disabilities

We are in the process of contacting those who come along to our drop-ins, group activities or self-advocacy groups, to make sure they have the support they need over the coming weeks. We are helping people to make plans

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Winlaton Community Base provides support to people who have a learning disability who live in Winlaton and its surrounding communities, enabling acces
Winlaton Community Base provides support to people who have a learning disability who live in Winlaton and its surrounding communities, enabling acces
We are a local charity supporting people with learning disabilities.  We believe everyone should have happy and fulfilling lives as part of their loca
Josephine & Jack are a creative and unique journey in relationships and sex education run by and for people with learning disabilities across Tyne
SMILE Through Sport provides sport and physical activities for all ages and for those with disabilities, mental health conditions, dementia and older
Community Buddies http://www.communitybuddies.com We are a community support service that offers our cli
If you have been a victim of hate crime because of your race, religion, gender, sexual orientation or disability please report it. 24 hour tel: 0191 433 2648 Hate Crimes happen because of hostility, prejudice or hatred of: disability gender identity race, ethnicity or nationality religion or belief sexual orientation. They include things like name calling and verbal abuse, bullying and harassment, spitting and physical attacks, damage to property, graffiti, and written notes, emails and text messages. If you or anyone you know has experienced a Hate Crime, please report it. You can talk to

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~~Angling 4 All’ is a user led angling club for people with disabilities who attend some of the services provided by Gateshead Council’s Adult Provide

An initiative funded by the Police and Crime Commissioner for Northumbria ​• Have you been affected by hate crime? • Do you need help to speak up for yourself? • Would you like support to find out about your rights and to make decisions and choices? • Do you want help to get services or support? • Do you want to know how you can report a hate crime? What is hate crime? A hate crime is a crime that you think was motivated by prejudice or hate because of what you look like or how you live your life. This can include your (or someone else’s): • Race • Religion • Disability (including mental

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