Scope

Please remind parents that all our Scope family services (Website information about services) are still here to provide support, just get parents to send us an email with their contact number and we can give them a call.

Scope Activities: leeds@scope.org.uk

Scope Parents Connect: parentsconnect@scope.org.uk

Scope Sleep Right: Sleepright.leeds@scope.org.uk

Scope helpline: 0808 800 3333

Our Scope website: Scope website support for parents with children with additional needs

Scope Navigate service: Navigate is a national mentoring service, that provides online emotional support for parents and carers of disabled children who are finding out about their child’s additional needs. Navigate Service (Scope Website)

Family Lives
Family Lives is a charity with over three decades of experience helping parents to deal with the changes that are a constant part of family life.

Leeds City Council
Information on housing, activities etc.

Childrens Social Work Service
Offering statutory support to families, children and young people with a range of issues.

Department for Work and Pensions
For benefit information.

BARCA
Various opportunities including counselling (Reaching Out), targeted family support, youth support, young people drug and alcohol service.

CAMHS
Specialist assessment e.g. for ADHD, eating disorders, Autistic Spectrum Conditions as well as standard interventions e.g. parenting groups, individual therapy

Behind Closed Doors
Works with both women and men throughout Leeds whose lives have been, or are affected by domestic abuse and violence.

MindMate Spa
Supporting Professionals who work with young people.

Citizens Advice Bureau
Offers advice on a number of issues.

Signpost
Support for families experiencing a range of difficulties in Leeds.

Platform
A service which helps young people (aged up to 18 years) to make an informed choice about their lifestyle and seek help regarding substance and alcohol use.

Genesis
Works with women involved in sex work to have the freedom and opportunity to be safe and make their own choices.

Youth Service
Offer a variety of activities including sports, arts and IT clubs. They have local centres and 5 Youth Hubs with excellent facilities. They work on the streets, in schools and from mobile provision, and we have drop-ins where you can talk about health, school, drugs or emotional issues.

West Yorkshire Police

Offer support to ensure people are safe and feel safe across Leeds.

Willows Young Carers
A service for young people who are carers for other people.

Marketplace
Offers support, information and counselling for young people aged 13-25 in Leeds.

Women’s Aid
Our mission is to protect women and children in Leeds from the damage that domestic violence can inflict on their lives.

CEOP
Work with Children and young people at risk of child sexual exploitation in Leeds and how to report a concern.

CHAPEL FM

Chapel FM is the first ever arts venue in East Leeds established by Heads Together Productions Limited; a not-for-profit company which has recently been awarded charitable status. We offer courses for young people in broadcasting, music and writing, as well as adult learning courses such as Find Your Frequency. Our venue also hosts live events that take place on Friday nights. Chapel FM’s building has recently been renovated and expanded. We are looking to open a Community Cafe in July where the community can come together to eat, drink and learn more about us. We will also have the opportunity for other community partners and organisations to rent space within our new building.

LEEDS COMMUNITY SPACES

Leeds has been awarded £2.5million over the next 5 years to support people to take action on local issues that can help tackle the climate emergency – and we are working in Seacroft! This is an invitation for anyone living in Seacroft to get involved. Come and share your ideas, what you want to work on and help find out what other residents think too. Take the lead in planning what should be done and work with local organisations to make it happen. Together we might think about questions like: Could our homes be better insulated and heated? Can we improve local green and open spaces? What impact is air pollution in the area having on our health and what can we do about it? What are the things that could improve our lives? The project is Lottery funded and is working in other neighbourhoods all across Leeds and in city wide activities, so our aim is to combine forces across the city and achieve real long-lasting change. INTERESTED TO KNOW MORE? If you live in Seacroft and this sounds interesting or you’d like to know more, get in touch with Sue at sue@t4p.org.uk or 07946 085575