Support from community support organisations

Not everyone has family, friends or neighbours to check on them. Community support organisations have been set up across North Yorkshire. If you or someone you know needs help they can call North Yorkshire County Council on: 01609 780 780 every day between 8am and 5.30pm.

Visit the North Yorkshire County Council website for updates on council services affected by the coronavirus.

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Hungry Little Minds with CaVCA's Hairy Bob's Story Trail.

It looks like the launch of our #HungryLittleMinds Hairy Bob’s story trail in Royal Albert Park in Scarborough was a hit last week! Special thanks to Twilight Productions https://www.facebook.com/twilightproductions and Playsongs Scarborough https...


ABA Horizons

Whilst coronavirus is still preventing some face to face we can offer Telehealth. Telehealth ABA Programmes will allow for families to have access to ABA programmes through the use of technology. It is cost-effective for families with a child w...


The Go-To

The Go-To The Go-To is a website that provides information to help signpost young people, families and professionals to the right information and services available for mental health and wellbeing across North Yorkshire. Visit www.thegoto.org....



Family Rights Group

Family Rights Group promotes policies and practices that keep children safe within their family and strengthen the family and community networks of those children who cannot live at home. We campaign for families to have their voice heard, be tre...


Little Mints

Parent & Child group based in Bedale and surrounding villages. Providing fun and supportive classes for families with children under 5 years old.


Sunbeams Holiday Club

We have reduced group sizes in line with government advice. We have stringent cleaning procedures in place as well as procedures to reduce the mixing of groups across the rooms. We have a detailed Standard Operating Procedure document in place which ...


Second Chance Ostomy Yorkshire. "More than an Ostomy"

The building we are based in follows the current coronavirus guidelines and the rooms are cleaned after each session. Face masks are worn by all the staff members in the building.


Springboard Youth Club

Springboard is a youth club specifically for young people with, or seeking, a diagnosis of Autism. The service aims to provide activities for those who are of mainstream school ability academically but who would find accessing mainstream services too...


The Wilberforce Trust - Club Wilber

The Wilberforce Trust’s vision is to see a world in which all people with sight loss, including those with other disabilities, are truly integrated in society with equal opportunities in all aspects of life and to know that our passion and commitment...