Redcar & Cleveland People's Information Network (PIN)… This website helps you PINpoint the services you need for your family whatever their age. There are services and activities for children and young people visit our Families section. You can also find services for people aged over 18, including those for older people who may need some additional support. If you need advice about the services for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and their families living in Redcar and Cleveland click the SEND Local Offer. Early Help Service - This support offer interventions and services to young people and their families who are experiencing a variety of issues. These services will be provided to children, young people and their families where additional needs are identified. EHS 01642 771500 Mrs Clarke 01642 453451 Freedom Programme/ Eva A ten week programme for women who have been subject to domestic abuse. The course helps women explore and understand different types of abuse and the impact on themselves and their children. Courses are run locally - see Mrs Clarke for more details. The Junction/Young Carers – Young carers are children and young people who, due to long term illness or disabilities of a member of their family often take on a variety of caring roles, including practical physical and emotional support. This service provides….mentoring, works with children and young people in small groups, family support, social groups For more information about this service www.thejunctionfoundation.com or contact Mrs Clarke 01642 453451 The LINK – A service for children and young people aged 4/18 years with emotional and social problems. The LINK is committed to improving children’s emotional well being through a range of individual and group activities. The team work with children and young people experiencing….
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