Tyneside Women’s Health firmly believes that in order to support women to improve and maintain their emotional health and wellbeing, we must work with other services and organisations in the community. We have a long history of joint working and inviting external facilitators to visit groups to talk provide specialist support e.g. around debt or sexual health. We are also committed to providing support to other organisations when our capacity allows.
If you wish to discuss ideas on how your organisation and ours can work together for the benefit of women with mental health issues and vulnerable women in Tyneside, please contact us to share your ideas.
Our Current Partners include:
Wise Steps helps people in Tyne and Wear to transform their lives with funding from the National Lottery Community Fund and the European Social Fund. The project provides one to one tailored support to help people take positive steps towards work. Wise Steps is a partnership of local organisations led by the Wise Group.
Working alongside Helmepark Ltd as part of out Impact Management Fund programme, we are reviewing our current outcomes for our interventions to help us highlight the work we do and the difference we make. This is an exciting piece of work and we are looking forward to seeing where it takes us.
Wor Women on the Home Front
Wor Women on the Home Front is a partnership project between Tyneside Women’s Health and Curiosity Creative. The project aims to explore the roles of north east women in the First World War. Please find and ‘Like’ the project on Facebook, follow us on Twitter @WorWomen
Our partner organisation, Curiosity Creative is a not-for-profit social enterprise based in the North East of England and is the North East Digital Story Centre, dedicated to the creation and archiving of digital stories in the region. Please also ‘Like’ on Facebook and follow on Twitter @Cur_Creative http://curiositycreative.org.uk/
Changing Lives - Womens Hub
A weekly group hosted at our Gateshead Centre and co-facilitated by Changing Lives, Tyneside Women’s Health and the National Probation Service to support women involved in the Criminal Justice System.
Lindsay Hannon provides support to Positive Notes Singing Group. Lindsay also sings with a pop band called Iceni and a jazz band lhplus.
Gateshead Library co-facilitates the Book Group with Tyneside Women’s Health, a monthly group for women to come together and discuss the common books that they have read.
Worker’s Education Association
Worker’s Education Association (WEA) provides courses and learning opportunities in community venues across the UK. Tyneside Women’s health and the WEA work together to provide ‘Crafty Women’ courses in Gateshead, which help women to develop their creative skills. http://www.wea.org.uk