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Newcastle and North Tyneside Altering Images of Mentality (AIM) Group
AIM is a small charity that aims to enable and empower the local community to address all issues surrounding mental health in an effort to tackle discrimination and to reduce the stigma felt by people with mental health problems. AIM evolved from Newcastle and North Tyneside Health Promotion Department's World Mental Health Day planning group and it is still busy campaigning on or around 10 October each year.
1151 (Wallsend) Squadron Air Training Corps
1st Stocksfield Scouts
Helping young people to achieve their fullest potential
2 Way Tenancy Solutions CIC
Our mission is to prevent homelessness and increase financial capability skills in order to maintain sustainable communities. We work with landlords to support hard to engage tenants threatened with homelessness through non payment of rent. We look to identify the root cause of their problems and take a holistic approach to address them.
20th Whitley Bay Scout Group
Scout Group providing activities for young people aged 6 to 14, via Beaver Scouts, Cub Scouts, Scouts. Based at Monkseaton in North Tyneside.
2D (Support for the Voluntary and Community Sector of Teesdale and Wear Valley)
361 (Gateshead) Squadron Air Cadets
We are a voluntary organisation for air minded young people, between the ages of 12 (and in Year 8 at school) and 20 years, who enjoy challenging and exciting activities. Activities include Flying, Gliding, Adventure Training, the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme, Band, Camps and much, much more...
The 700 Club, through the provision of hostel and short term emergency accommodation, floating support, and a Bond Scheme aims to move clients in housing need, who have high to medium support needs, to sustainable independence. We offer specialist services to those with drug and alcohol issue, including a project focused directly upon young people (16-18|).
861 (Wideopen) Squadron ATC
Voluntary youth organisation based on and supported, in part, by the Royal Air Force offering a huge range of activities to young people aged 12-20 years.
A Living Tradition CIC
A Living Tradition aims to use the North East's heritage of human rights work in three key ways: 1) to improve the rights of local minority communities through improving access and reducing isolation, and 2) working with mainstream society and the majority white British community to reduce discrimination, breakdown stereotypes, and improve confidence of/in the minorities they live alongside. Additionally we work to raise awareness of the problems faced by minority communities to local, regional, national and international service providers and agencies. 3) We also work to raise awareness of our human rights heritage and of human rights issues across the world.