We aim to prevent and deal with problems in communities by reducing drug-related offending behaviour and engaging people in treatment. We track and work with individuals who have tested positive for opiates or cocaine through the criminal justice system with the aim of preparing and supporting service users to access and remain in treatment.
Free WiFi, radio programs as well as TV presentation. Free of charge
Ageing Well Rehabilitation Service with Clinical Specialist Physiotherapists. Group chair based exercise rehabilitation classes perfect for recovery after surgery or if you are worried about falling and your balance has been affected. 1:1 exercise sessions. 1:1 Physiotherapy rehabilitation sessions. Home visit rehabilitation sessions. Classes start from £10 with a clinical specialist Physio. 1:1 rehabilitation -price on enquiry
A warm space provided for children from low-income families who are struggling with energy costs during the winter of 2022-23. It will be a welcoming environment with support services, arts and crafts, and a free meal. There are dedicated recreation areas with pool tables and table tennis, as well as homework assistance. Our goal is to create a space where the community from the surrounding area can come together and spend time with friends and peers while participating in a variety of activities.
After school club, Nursery, Coffee mornings, Lunch club, Homework Club
A welcoming environment, Free Wi Fi in Cafe area, Plugs available for charging, advice and staff always there to help direct you to the right services.
Ladies only Gym & Spa, ESOL & IT Courses, Employment and advice services, Zumba For Women, Social cafe, Welfare & Citizenship advice, Healthy Holidays for kids, Healthy Café, Preschool, Language school, Food pharmacy.
Only gym members pay for attending gym.
A welcoming, friendly, inclusive and accessible group. Our ethos is to make everyone feel welcome, help them connect and feel part of a community regardless of their background. Please note that although we rent the church hall as our club venue, b:friend is a secular charity and we are not affiliated with any faith or religion. We welcome club attendees and volunteers from people of all faith and backgrounds. A warm space - we like to keep the hall toasty during the cold months. Refreshments (hot drinks, cordial, biscuits, crisps) and occasionally taste of a different country during our armchair travel sessions. Resources for our sessions (e.g. art and craft resources, quiz books, etc.) Accessible entrance and toilets.
About the charity: B:friend is a charity combatting loneliness & social isolation experienced by older neighbours (people aged 65 and over) in South Yorkshire and NE Derbyshire through 1:1 community befriending and Social Clubs. Our Gleadless Social Club, currently our only club in Sheffield, launched in 2022. The weekly b:friend Social Club aims to boost the wellbeing and meaningful community connections for older neighbours in the area. We serve refreshments and have a different stimulating and fun activity every week based on the Five Ways to Wellbeing. Our past sessions included making no-bake treats, age-friendly boxing, armchair travels, drumming, seated dancing, murder mystery games, crafts, quizzes, and much more. No boring bingo - we know we can offer much more to our older neighbours.
This is a new welcoming space for the community to access through winter & will be delivered one morning a week for 12 weeks to provide a safe warm space for the community. Join us for games/activities/reading materials, warm refreshments and support in accessing services such as welfare, health and wellbeing, employment, housing, etc.
Many Different activities and clubs including, Cafe, Book Club, Sporting memories group, information hub, choir , jigsaw club, knit and natter, craft club, lunch club, history group, sequence dance.
Free tea and coffee, Access to a digital device and access to the internet, Free wifi, Free device charging, TV, Warm welcoming environment
Ben's Centre is a day centre and outreach programme that supports vulnerable drug/alcohol users and the homeless. They provide a non judgemental sanctuary for those who need it the most. Working within a harm reduction model, they are person centred and believe in a holistic and supportive approach. Their ethos helps them create strong and lasting relationships with their clients in order to facilitate a brighter future.
Ben’s Centre is a day centre and outreach programme that supports vulnerable drug/alcohol users and the homeless. They provide a non judgemental sanctuary for those who need it the most. Working within a harm reduction model, they are person centred and believe in a holistic and supportive approach. Their ethos helps them create strong and lasting relationships with their clients in order to facilitate a brighter future.