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  • Action

    Rotherham South - Homeless Accommodation & Young Person's Hostel All Other Area's - Floating support to people in their own homes

  • Apna Haq

    Apna Haq provides confidential, one to one support for Asian women and their children who are experiencing violence in the home.

  • Barnardo's

    The Junction aims to contribute to the prevention of sexual abuse by children and young people. The service works with children and young people aged 7-17. We work with around 60-70 young people each year. Our ReachOut Rotherham CSE service is an independent, preventative CSE service representing an innovative partnership.

  • Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice

    Our key aims are: To provide holistic palliative care which exceeds the Care Quality Commission's Standards and Regulations, and meets the diverse needs of all the families we support. This includes services that are delivered within our in house provision and treatment and care that is delivered in the child's own home. To provide services for families that they would choose for themselves and which support them in their journey and improve their long term outcomes. Bluebell Wood's vision is to continually develop specialist services that strive to meet the individual needs of our children, young people and families. Our Values are: Working together, always treating others with respect, while acting with integrity, in order to cultivate trust within a supportive environment. Valuing all supporters and volunteers, together with their gifts and being committed to make every penny count. Recognising difference and embracing diversity, giving choices, and always making the time to listen to needs. Creating a place where our children, young people and families can live with love and laughter. Acknowledging that each family is unique in their needs and wishes and that they are at the heart of all we do.

  • Clifton Learning Partnership

    The aim of Clifton Learning Partnership is to work to develop a cohesive local community which is safe, healthy, skilled, contributing, participating and working. We work with the community and partners, both statutory and voluntary to develop a community hub, to build relationships and trust and to ensure engagement. We work proactively and preventatively to address issues in the community such as food poverty, low up-take of preschool provision, low levels of adult skills.

  • Endeavour

    Endeavour has 60 years experience of developing supportive relationships with young people. We can provide tailored, bespoke programmes of personal and social development, the programmes we provide follow three phases; Engagement, Participation and Responsibility and Empowerment and always include the following core standards: Dynamic challenges, Experimental Learning, Positive reinforcement & Reward for Success, Facilitated Reviews of Learning, Challenging of unsociable Behaviours Relationship Forming, Development of Team-working and Social Awareness.

  • GROW

    GROW aims to provide a unique holistic service that enables Rotherham women and their families to make informed choices. This is delivered by working closely with our partners to ensure a wide range of services are available to Rotherham women.

  • JADE

    JADE provides services for young people, and supports youth activities which provide social, educational, economic, and employment opportunities for life progression into adulthood through direct and indirect recreational and social provision.

  • Kimberworth Park Community Partnership

    Kimberworth Park Community Partnership is a small local charity whose membership includes individual local people/groups/statutory/voluntary organisations who work closely together to create a renewed sense of community spirit through taking action and delivering services/activities to meet local need. It has grown over twelve years from a community forum to a registered charity in 2011.

  • Open Minds Theatre Company

    To help people grow through self expression, via drama, dance and singing; to help people to work together co-operatively through production; to gain confidence and enhance self esteem.

  • Remedi (Restorative Services)

    To promote civic harmony and community cohesion through the delivery of high quality, inclusive and non-coercive inter-agency Restorative Justice interventions by skilled and experienced staff and volunteers. These interventions seek to support those directly affected by crime and social disorder by enabling the recovery and empowerment of victims and the re-integration of offenders. To provide first rate training and information resources that promote standards of excellence in the field of Restorative Justice. Remedi adheres to the principals and accepted best practice guidance for Restorative Justice.

  • ROAR: Rotherham Open Arts Renaissance

    Our primary focus is to support access and delivery of quality arts provision for all people of Rotherham, believing that the Arts have the power to transform peoples lives through participation, creative activity and engagement.

  • Rotherham and Barnsley Mind

    The Young Persons Outreach Service primarily works in community settings in the Rotherham area around issues relating to mental health and emotional well being. The service currently operates in a number of comprehensive schools in the Rotherham Borough. Young people access the service during school time to discuss issues which they feel are pertinent to their mental health and emotional well-being.

  • Rotherham Community Transport

    To provide transport for the benefit of the community including Door 2 Door transport for people with mobility difficulties and transport for community groups and organisations.

  • Rotherham Parents Forum Ltd

    We are an independent forum led by a team of parents who all have children with a variety of special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND). We work in partnership with public, private & voluntary sector organisations to achieve our vision which is that children and young people with SEND in Rotherham enjoy the same opportunities, hopes and aspirations as others in education, health, social care & leisure. We contribute to strategic meetings as equal partners representing the voice of our families. We also provide a variety of social opportunities to bring families together to provide mutual support, share experience & exchange information as well as reduce some of the isolation that is very often experienced being the parent of a disabled child.

  • Rotherham Rise

    Our aim is to develope and provide a range of appropriate accommodation and support services to meet the needs of women, children and young people affected by domestic violence. As well as developing partnerships to support this aim.

  • Rotherham United Community Sports Trust

    RUCST is a community football programme delivering sports and physical activities across Rotherham under four main themes of participation, health, education and cohesion.

  • Rush House

    To provide a range of accommodation and support services to homeless young people, ages 16 to 25 to ensure that they acquire the skills, knowledge and confidence to access housing and other services and live more independent lives.


    SAFE@LAST is a registered charity working with and on behalf of young people at risk through running away. We are based at Dinnington, near Sheffield, and were established in response to an acute need for services for the 1 in 9 children under the age of 16 in South Yorkshire who are affected.

  • Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust

    To bring about an environment that is rich in wildlife and brings real benefits to everyone by rebuilding biodiversity and engaging people with nature. Our organisations values are to be influential, authoritative, and be inspiring and engaging.

  • South Yorkshire Eating Disorders Association

    SYEDA's aims and objectives are: To support people affected by an eating disorder. To raise awareness of eating disorders amongst both health and education professionals. To work towards improving the current service provision.

  • Swinton Lock Activity Centre

    Based in a unique canal-side setting Swinton Lock Activity centre provides much needed arts and environmental activities for children and young people, many of which can lead to qualifications via AQA, ASDAN and NOCN. Activities include boat handling, park and garden maintenance, fishing, arts and crafts, multi-media and spray can art.

  • United Multi Cultural Centre

    “Our mission statement is bringing together communities to share common goals and to help build a better and more positive for all”

  • Voluntary Action Rotherham

    Voluntary Action Rotherham is the lead body for supporting, developing and promoting the voluntary and community sector in the Rotherham borough. Its core activities and associated projects are a keystone for local community engagement and development. Our overall vision is to strengthening and unite communities across Rotherham. Our mission is to: To promote, support and develop the voluntary and community sectors in Rotherham to bring about positive change in the lives of people and their communities. Aims and Objectives To support the growth, development and maintenance of the voluntary and community sectors in Rotherham. To support, develop and promote effective partnership working for the benefit of the voluntary and community sectors in Rotherham. To assist the strategic development of voluntary and community organisations internal policy and best practice. To enable the voluntary and community sector to have a voice, influence and drive change locally, regionally, and nationally. To be an effective and sustainable organisation.

  • YMCA White Rose

    YMCA White Rose exists to help children and young people to reach their potential. It does this by involving Children, Young People and their families in identifying their needs and providing services to match those needs.

  • YWCA Yorkshire

    The YWCA Yorkshire aims to provide a safe and supportive residential environment where young women can develop their potential, learn the skills necessary for independent living and develop their confidence. By undertaking a programme of independent living and life-skills training, young women are given the opportunity to explore future opportunities and make appropriate, informed life choices as fully participating members of their communities.