Doorways are partnered with Centrpoint UK and works closely with Redcar & Cleveland services and other voluntary sector agencies. The centre is wheel chair accessible and can provide guidance to any young person regardless of disability.
- Drop-in centre open Monday to Friday 9.30am-4.30pm offering information, support advice and guidance for young people in need.
- One-to-one support and counselling to increase confidence and improve emotional management; using creative media “The Heroes journey” as a tool to explore life changes.
- Supporting young people into work through CV writing, job search; our “Opps Knocks” programme works through all aspects of becoming work ready.
- PC and Multimedia sessions to develop IT skills; film making, animation skills and creative writing through Digital stories.
- Learning resources to help young people develop essential Life Skills; our “Life-skills Labyrinth” programme is fully interactive and actively explores Values, Responsibility, choices, relationships, strategies and staying safe.
- Street work to engage with young people in their own environment, challenging through creative activities.
We are committed to helping young people find a sense of identity, self-worth and increased confidence that will sustain them throughout their life journey.
We know it works because of what we achieve:
Outcomes for our young people include:
- Increased confidence and self-worth.
- Reduction in re-offending figures.
- Reduction in levels of anti-social behaviour.
- Reduced unemployment levels.
- Move those living on the fringe to feel included in our community.
- Increased understanding and implementation of life-skills.