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.


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.


Protecting our children from Child Sexual Exploitation. Know the signs. ... See MoreSee Less

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Next week we are doing initial assessments and eligibility checks for our NCFE level 2 Mental Health Awareness course, which start over the next couple of weeks. If you are interested in attending the initial assessment event or would like a 1 to 1 appointment to do this, please contact us on training@impactnortheast.co.uk for further information. ... See MoreSee Less

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POLICE have issued a warning to motorists after a woman driver was pulled over on the motorway by someone claiming to be a police officer. The driver, a 40-year-old woman, was alone in the car and heading north on the A1(M) through County Durham when the incident happened on Sunday, March 11. At around 1pm, just before she reached the Chester-le-Street junction, a man driving a silver Vauxhall car flashed an ID card at her and told her to pull over. She did so and the man approached her, telling her she was being reported for speeding and took her name and date of birth. PC Paul Walmsley, of Durham Police, said: “Our enquiries ongoing, but it appears that this may be a person purporting to be an officer. “A police officer in a marked vehicle or displaying blue lights and in uniform is the only person entitled to ask you to stop your vehicle." The male driver is described as being around 5ft 8 tall, overweight and wearing a hoodie. Anyone with information is asked to ring Durham Police on 101.

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Some of our not so shy learners who have completed our Understanding Attachment and Child Behaviour Taster. Fantastic bunch of learners and I’m really looking forward to seeing them develop on the Level 2 Mental Health.
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Where we work...

I.M.P.A.C.T North East deliver services in a wide range of settings including primary schools, secondary schools, commercial premises and in the heart of the community. Click the images below to find out more…

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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;


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