We have reproduced the Find a Funder bulleting in a PDF you can download directly from this page if you don't already receive it by email. There is a focus on the current Covid-19 pandemic.
The link between the Marmot Review 10 years on and COVID-19 - deprivation, poverty and health inequalities.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson said people (loved ones) are going to die due to the pandemic of COVID-19. The media, politicians and health experts have implied the effects will be across all strata of society, but is this disingenuous?
Volunteers are playing a huge part in dealing with the effects of the current pandemic. This guide is to ensure that infomation is available to volunteers to help them make the right choices, ensuring their safety as well as the people around them.
In these unprecedented times, our communities will need to pull together and help each other out like never before. We have seen a huge groundswell of goodwill and community spirit so far with wonderful stories of support.
This page contains useful advice and information for anyone involved in helping respond to the COVID-19 outbreak in Middlesbrough and join in the #BoroResponse.
In response to government advice, the MVDA office is temporarily closed with all staff working from home. We will re-open the office as soon as the advice changes.
We are still available and working as hard as we can. All staff can be contacted directly on their usual office phone numbers and via email.
Navca has shared this useful easyread information about the coronavirus situation. Please download or share it where appropriate.
'Mate' crime and terrorism can happen to vulnerable people is the key message in a new leaflet aimed at young people and adults with a learning disability. It's been developed by the Community Safety Team and Adult Social Care at Middlesbrough Council. It gives signs to look out for and advice on what to do.
Young Women’s Project Worker
An opportunity has arisen for a dynamic and experienced Young Women’s Project Worker in our Blossom Project to meet and build relationships with vulnerable young women, holding a caseload of offering practical and emotional support to encourage and motivate change. (previous applicants need not apply).
1 x Permanent Contract
1 x Fixed Term Contract (12 Months)
Can you please stipulate upon application which post is preferred
To support all aspects of service delivery to achieve our aims of the provision, protection and prevention of domestic violence: -