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The Centre Place offers a range of drop-in, appointment based and outreach support to young people and young families aged 16-25 living within Bassetlaw.  The Centre staff are experienced, qualified and are here to help with a range of issues and provide up to date support and information. This may include: housing needs or homelessness   moving home and setting up a home for the first time- this includes support with household items and furniture setting up utility bills  claiming all benefits and support with benefits issues- including Universal Credits, Income Support JSA, ESA, PIP, Working Tax Credits, Child Tax Credits, Housing Benefit, Council Tax Reduction, Healthy Start Vouchers and Sure Start Maternity Grants  budgeting and debt management emotional support Safer sex information, and free contraception through the C-card scheme  social support  support with attending appointments  support for young parents and children   support for young LGBTQ people  counselling services  support with accessing or maintaining education or training  support with volunteering or employment opportunities independent living skills (including support with cooking and shopping)  food bank referrals  evening  activities and social support programmes referrals to other agencies and specialist services We also have a range of facilities which are available to all users, free of charge, including a washing machine and tumble dryer, shower and hygiene facilities, a kitchen with food preparation facilities and computers with internet access that can be used for, improving I.T. skills, college work, applying for work or training, benefit claims or to access the Internet. We provide long-term support to young people through individually tailored support plans which are developed in partnership with young people. We also work with young people on a short term basis to address any immediate issues and support them in overcoming crisis.  We are a hate crime reporting centre and our staff are trained in supporting people with reporting hate crime incidents and liaising the police and victim support. Hate crimes can be reported anonymously and all information provided will be treated with the strictest of confidence.   Hate Crime Reporting We are also a part of the Hate Crime: Communities In Control network, a project funded by the Nottinghamshire Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner, intended to strengthen and increase hate crime reporting through voluntary and third sector organisations..A hate crime is any incident which is perceived to be motivated by prejudice or hate.. Please call us on 01909 479191 if you wish to report a hate crime. Our History  The Centre Place is a small registered charity that was established in 1996 in response to the local need for a service supporting homeless young people. Since then the services we provide have expanded and developed in line with the needs of local young people in to the range of specialist list and professional services we provide today. Over the years we have supported thousands of disadvantaged vulnerable young people, making a positive life-changing impact. This has contributed towards addressing the impact of the deprivation on the wider community. We are a valuable community resource; this is evidenced through the numbers of referrals received and the people accessing services. 
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Contact Us The Centre Place actively encourages feedback on our services from both young people accessing support, and professionals within the area. If you have any suggestions or comments or would like to find out more about our services please complete the form below. Giving your name is optional.
Abbey Street Community Centre Abbey Street Worksop Nottinghamshire S80 2LA 01909 479191 07530 252177 info@centreplace.org.uk
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About Us Drop In Support Services Young Parents Support Counselling Services LGBTQ Support Evening Sessions

About us

The Centre Place offers a range of drop-in, appointment based and outreach support to young people and young families aged 16-25 living within Bassetlaw.  The Centre staff are experienced, qualified and are here to help with a range of issues and provide up to date support and information. This may include: housing needs or homelessness   moving home and setting up a home for the first time- this includes support with household items and furniture setting up utility bills  claiming all benefits and support with benefits issues- including Universal Credits, Income Support JSA, ESA, PIP, Working Tax Credits, Child Tax Credits, Housing Benefit, Council Tax Reduction, Healthy Start Vouchers and Sure Start Maternity Grants  budgeting and debt management emotional support Safer sex information, and free contraception through the C- card scheme  social support  support with attending appointments  support for young parents and children   support for young LGBTQ people  counselling services  support with accessing or maintaining education or training  support with volunteering or employment opportunities independent living skills (including support with cooking and shopping)  food bank referrals  evening  activities and social support programmes referrals to other agencies and specialist services We also have a range of facilities which are available to all users, free of charge, including a washing machine and tumble dryer, shower and hygiene facilities, a kitchen with food preparation facilities and computers with internet access that can be used for, improving I.T. skills, college work, applying for work or training, benefit claims or to access the Internet. We provide long-term support to young people through individually tailored support plans which are developed in partnership with young people. We also work with young people on a short term basis to address any immediate issues and support them in overcoming crisis.  We are a hate crime reporting centre and our staff are trained in supporting people with reporting hate crime incidents and liaising the police and victim support. Hate crimes can be reported anonymously and all information provided will be treated with the strictest of confidence.   Hate Crime Reporting We are also a part of the Hate Crime: Communities In Control network, a project funded by the Nottinghamshire Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner, intended to strengthen and increase hate crime reporting through voluntary and third sector organisations..A hate crime is any incident which is perceived to be motivated by prejudice or hate.. Please call us on 01909 479191 if you wish to report a hate crime. Our History  The Centre Place is a small registered charity that was established in 1996 in response to the local need for a service supporting homeless young people. Since then the services we provide have expanded and developed in line with the needs of local young people in to the range of specialist list and professional services we provide today. Over the years we have supported thousands of disadvantaged vulnerable young people, making a positive life-changing impact. This has contributed towards addressing the impact of the deprivation on the wider community. We are a valuable community resource; this is evidenced through the numbers of referrals received and the people accessing services. 
Contact Us The Centre Place actively encourages feedback on our services from both young people accessing support, and professionals within the area. If you have any suggestions or comments or would like to find out more about our services please complete the form below. Giving your name is optional.
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