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Is gambling getting in the way of the life you want to live?

If you are concerned about your gambling or you are a family member needing support, you can talk to us.

We provide FREE support for Gamblers as well as friends and family who are affected, and we can help each person in their own right.

Find Help and Support Today;

NECA in partnership with GamCare provides a range of short and longer term treatment options, either over the phone or face-to-face. 

Our services are free, flexible and confidential.

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The Men's Group meet on the 2nd Monday of every month. This group started October 2018. The leader of the group is Arthur Coulson. Over the past months the numbers of group members have been rising
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Newcastle Gateshead CCG has been working with a group of patients who have one or more long term conditions for over three years.  The group has worke
We're a North East based charity that enhances the lives of local children with disabilities by funding equipment to meet their specialist needs.
Description: This is a remote-working opportunity, where volunteers work from home., The opportunity is available for all volunteering whenever is best for the individual., Echo Peer Coaching is a
Nexus provides a TaxiCard scheme that can help people with mobility difficulties travel independently.  It allows them to travel with one of our approved taxi companies at a discounted price. Details can be found at: https://www.nexus.org.uk/bus/guide-buses/taxicard        

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This is place holder for the Gateshead Dementia Action Alliance. More information will follow. 
This is place holder for the Gateshead Dementia Action Alliance. More information will follow. 
As a carer, you understandably want to do your best for the person you look after – but what happens if you are unexpectedly unable to care for them? And what if no one else knows that this person depends on you? This is where the Emergency Support Service can help. The service enables carers to plan for emergencies and, should one happen, will provide up to 48 hours emergency support, which can be extended over a bank holiday. The support staff will assess the situation and contact other relevant services if care is required for a longer period.  View details at: https://www.gateshead.gov.uk

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Employers have a legal obligation and a duty to change their procedures and remove the barriers you face because of your disability so you can work an