CORONAVIRUS UPDATE - COMMUNITY COACHES IS STILL RECRUITING VOLUNTEERS & CONTINUING TO SUPPORT PEOPLE IN HARDSHIP THROUGHOUT THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC. WHILE FACE TO FACE APPOINTMENTS HAVE BEEN PUT ON HOLD, ALTERNATIVE METHODS SUCH AS TELEPHONE APPOINTMENTS HAVE BEEN PUT IN PLACE FOR THE FORSEABLE FUTURE.
East Durham Trust is delighted to announce the latest addition to our growing portfolio of projects to support the most vulnerable East Durham residents. The overall project is known as Community Coaches.
East Durham Trust has recruited local volunteers known as ‘Community Coaches’.
Community Coaches can provide support to individuals and families who are in crisis situations through the following issues: -
The project is funded by the East Durham AAP (Area Action Partnership) with an aim to improve the mental wellbeing of individuals and support them to access current services including, housing solutions, community drop-ins, training, signposting to different agencies, etc.
If you would like to volunteer to become a Community Coach for the project contact Kylie Austin (Project Co-ordinator) on 0191 5693511 or email@example.com
Community Coaches Stories
East Durham Trust Community House Yoden Road Peterlee SR8 5DP T: 0191 5693511
WHAT WE DO
We help the communities of the former district of Easington which is made up 20 distinct areas, most of which are former Pit villages that continue to be hugely affected by deprivation following the closure of the Pits. We run a wide range of projects to help the community fight disadvantage including food parcels, telephone befriending for the socially isolated, helping people in the downward spiral of debt, supporting people to get the benefits they deserve, providing holiday activities with food, getting the disengaged engaged with the arts and more.