We cover the local authority areas of Chesterfield, Bolsover, North East Derbyshire, and offer advice on; managing finances, advocacy, benefits advice, debt advice, health advice, local fundraising, information, social care advice, signposting, and visiting/befriending.
Age UK Derby and Derbyshire used to be called Age Concern Derby and Derbyshire. Age UK Derby and Derbyshire is still an independent local charity focused on the needs of older people in the city and the county.
The child and adolescent mental health service is committed to providing comprehensive and targeted treatments, delivered in the heart of our communities, which positively impact upon the emotional and psychological wellbeing of children and young people.
We work hard to make sure that services are available to keep your children happy, healthy, safe and well. From school health checks to vaccinations, active living to parenting support you can find out more about what is on offer here.
Find details here about Derbyshire County Council Childrens Centres in your area.
Through this site we aim to provide information and support for those working with children and young people aged 0-19 in Derbyshire to help improve health and wellbeing outcomes.
Find information and advice about support and services that will help to improve your quality of life.
Derbyshire County Council are supporting residents who are facing extreme financial difficulties and struggling to buy food, by stepping up their continuing work to support Derbyshire’s food bank network.
At Derbyshire Districts Citizens Advice Bureau we can give you free, confidential, impartial and independent advice and information on a wide range of subjects. We are only able to advise people that live in Amber Valley, Derbyshire Dales, Erewash or High Peak.
Young carers are people, including children, under the age of 18, who provide care and support to another person on a regular basis. For example a brother or sister, grandparent or parent.
They may help care for someone who has a physical or learning disability, terminal illness, depression or mental ill health, or someone who has a drug or alcohol problem.
The support young carers give may vary from practical help such as shopping, housework or cooking. It could also be personal care for example bathing, toileting, or it may involve them offering emotional support to someone who is depressed. Often they will be doing a number of these things.
Information and suppoort on a range of topics for young people in Derbyshire.
Details of foodbanks in Derbyshire.
At North East Derbyshire Citizens Advice Bureau we can give you free, confidential, impartial and independent advice and information on a wide range of subjects. Find out where you can access our services across North East Drbyshire and Bolsover Districts.
Derbyshire County Council have taken over responsibility for public health in Derbyshire. Find out what we do, and the services we provide, to keep you fit and well.
At South Derbyshire Citizens Advice Bureau we can give you free, confidential, impartial and independent advice and information on a wide range of subjects.
We work with lots of different people to help children and young people in Derbyshire improve their mental health and wellbeing.
Everyone has concerns and worries at some point in their life but if you are feeling overwhelmed, unhappy or struggling to cope then you need to be able to speak to a trusted adult. This can be a parent, a school nurse, a youth worker or a mental health worker. You can also visit your GP or your school may have counselling services. All these people will take your concerns seriously and keep them confidential if you wish.