Welcome to IMPACT NORTH EAST

Our Social Mission

I.M.P.A.C.T Northeast  wants to support the reduction in inequality by inspiring change and supporting families and individuals to create the change they want.

Who we are

I.M.P.A.C.T North East – Inclusion Mentoring for Parents, Adolescents, Children and Teachers. We are local people working for the good of local people in the North East.

What we do

Help local people rise above difficult circumstances. We build relationships, confidence, capability, skills and behaviours. Inspire success by developing individual potential. We provide a range of support and mentoring to individuals, young people and families. We also provide tailored support strategies for commercial organisations as well as a wide range of training. We offer a bespoke school based counselling service meeting individual school needs.

Where?

We are based in the heart of Sunderland. From our offices in the Hendon area of Sunderland we provide a range of services to compliment our outreach work across he Northeast.

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Successful Steps

March 15, 2017, 9:30am - March 15, 2017, 8:30am

Shotton Community Centre

15/03 until 03/05 Our successful steps course is 24 hours long. this is a 4 hours per week for 6 weeks for the classroom based learning. Event organisation or work experiance is also avaliable in addition to this. Are you aged 19, unempployed or economically inactive? Are you willing to take part in a course which helps increases your confidence, mental health awareness knowledge and skills? Do you want to create a cycle of positive change? if so this course is for you!

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Successful Steps

March 27, 2017, 12:00pm - March 27, 2017, 9:00am

dovedale community centre

from Jan 27th until 03 April Our successful steps course is 24 hours long. this is a 4 hours per week for 6 weeks for the classroom based learning. Event organisation or work experiance is also avaliable in addition to this. Are you aged 19, unempployed or economically inactive? Are you willing to take part in a course which helps increases your confidence, mental health awareness knowledge and skills? Do you want to create a cycle of positive change? if so this course is for you!

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CHAMP

April 25, 2017, 12:00pm - May 2, 2017, 9:00am

Sunderland Carers' Centre

time TBC Who is this course for? This course is run by appropriately trained tutors and, is designed for participants who wish to increase their knowledge and understanding of various mental health issues, in order to reduce the symptoms impacting on the individual. Who can apply for the course? This course is suitable for anyone aged 19 and over, living in Sunderland and has mild to moderate mental health. Any participants fitting this criterion are welcome to attend and eligibility will be assessed using appropriate mental health tools GAD 7, PHQ-9 and WESWEBS). As this is a research project, participants will be asked to give consent for their information to be used for such purpose. What are the key things you'll learn? Please bear in mind this is a brief overview. Please contact us for further information. Modules covered include Understanding Stress, Understanding Anxiety, Understanding Depression, Increase your Self- awareness and Positive Coping Strategies. Understanding Stress: Identifies personal causes of stress, effects on the individual and how life is a balancing act. Understanding Anxiety: Identifies causes, signs and symptoms of Anxiety and how to manage it. Understanding Depression: Create an understanding of depression including, diagnosis and treatments. The module also covers Negative Automatic Thinking and 5 Steps to Well-Being. Increase your Self-Awareness: Identifies how we adapt to the needs of others, impacting on confidence and self-esteem. This module also looks at how perception affects our mental health. Positive Coping Strategies: Identifies the different forms of coping and helps learners develop their own positive ways of coping, helping to create a cycle of positive change. All courses help you to become more confident at managing your mental health. How you will learn This course is taught through 5 classroom based theory lessons consisting of interactive activities, group work, observations and self-reflection. All resources are provided and additional Information and Guidance on progression routes is provided if required. Please note: Learners are welcome to bring their own tablet, computer or phone to access any online activities. Where could this course take you? After successfully completing the course you will have the skills required to manage or reduce the symptoms related to your mental health which may lead to you wishing to progress on to further study in this topic area. You can also access, distance learning, employment or apprenticeships and support is given to help you apply for these if needed.

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CHAMP

March 13, 2017, 9:30am - March 20, 2017, 9:30am

Thorney Close Children Centre

Who is this course for? This course is run by appropriately trained tutors and, is designed for participants who wish to increase their knowledge and understanding of various mental health issues, in order to reduce the symptoms impacting on the individual. Who can apply for the course? This course is suitable for anyone aged 19 and over, living in Sunderland and has mild to moderate mental health. Any participants fitting this criterion are welcome to attend and eligibility will be assessed using appropriate mental health tools GAD 7, PHQ-9 and WESWEBS). As this is a research project, participants will be asked to give consent for their information to be used for such purpose. What are the key things you'll learn? Please bear in mind this is a brief overview. Please contact us for further information. Modules covered include Understanding Stress, Understanding Anxiety, Understanding Depression, Increase your Self- awareness and Positive Coping Strategies. Understanding Stress: Identifies personal causes of stress, effects on the individual and how life is a balancing act. Understanding Anxiety: Identifies causes, signs and symptoms of Anxiety and how to manage it. Understanding Depression: Create an understanding of depression including, diagnosis and treatments. The module also covers Negative Automatic Thinking and 5 Steps to Well-Being. Increase your Self-Awareness: Identifies how we adapt to the needs of others, impacting on confidence and self-esteem. This module also looks at how perception affects our mental health. Positive Coping Strategies: Identifies the different forms of coping and helps learners develop their own positive ways of coping, helping to create a cycle of positive change. All courses help you to become more confident at managing your mental health. How you will learn This course is taught through 5 classroom based theory lessons consisting of interactive activities, group work, observations and self-reflection. All resources are provided and additional Information and Guidance on progression routes is provided if required. Please note: Learners are welcome to bring their own tablet, computer or phone to access any online activities. Where could this course take you? After successfully completing the course you will have the skills required to manage or reduce the symptoms related to your mental health which may lead to you wishing to progress on to further study in this topic area. You can also access, distance learning, employment or apprenticeships and support is given to help you apply for these if needed.

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CHAMP

March 10, 2017, 9:30am - March 17, 2017, 9:30am

Jobcentre Plus

This course is part of a research project, the main aim of which is to use community learning to reduce symptoms of mental health issues. To be eligible you need to be over 19 with mild to.moderate mental health issues, which will be assessed at initial assessment. Topics covered include; Understanding Stress, Awareness of Anxiety, Awareness of Depression, Increasing Positive Coping Strategies. This course is 15 hrs long and depending on the venue/date is 3 hrs a week over 5 weeks or 5 hrs a week over 3 weeks. For more information about this programme please contact: training@impactnortheast.co.uk or call 0191 511 1393.

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I.M.P.A.C.T North East work/have worked with a number of organisations in developing the enterprise and our services. Find out more about the part each organisation has played in our development below;

Achievements:

During our rapid growth Impact Northeast have received a number of high profile accolades, find out more below…

Lloyds Bank Enterprise Awards Finalist 2014

Finalist and Runner Up of The Blueprint Business Planning Competition 2014

Winner of School for Social Enterprise Award 2014