We are currently following Covid-19 pandemic advice from the UK Government. Whilst we are unable to offer face to face support due to social distancing, we have developed a vast range of services that are available digitally via video conferencing, telephone or email. Please touch base with the relevant contact listed below for more information on what support we can continue to offer you in these trying times.
The Bridgeview advice drop-in centre is run by the Access and Community Trust, provides various support, advice and information in a safe and friendly environment on a range of issues including housing, benefits and emergency needs, money management, and personalised career guidance for training and education needs.
We also have a qualified Wellbeing Team for those suffering with mental health issues including; anxiety, depression, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Bipolar affective disorder and OCD, drug/alcohol problems where we provide counselling and related services to provide all-round support.
We have a community cafe which serves breakfast until 11.45, lunch on Wednesdays and Fridays, and hot drinks all day - at reasonable rates, access to laundry and showering facilities, and provide opportunities to help you improve social skills and prevent isolation, including days out, regular darts tournaments (Tuesday and Fridays) and other events, art afternoons, games, talks and visits from other local organisations of interest to our service users.
Our services are available to young people from 18+ as well as adults of all ages.
Please see our website for further details about our services.