Addiction Guidance - Mentoring & Support - Stockton-on-Tees - Teesside

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The project provides daily support, mentoring and activities for hundreds of men who have become disengaged from society, perhaps because of their addictions or unforeseen circumstances such as unemployment or mental illness.

We accompany the men to appointments, ensuring punctual attendance and that they receive appropriate advice and understand the options made available to them.

In this way the Moses Project complements the other local such as Lifeline / CRI / Probation / ABS/ NHS (GP’s - Mental Health Service - Crisis Team) / Housing / DWP services etc enabling them to be even more effective and achieve their aims.

Every day we serve cooked meals (Mince & Dumplings/Pasta Bakes etc – cooked by our volunteers) and prepare food parcels for the needy.

Food is supplied weekly courtesy of HIS FOOD – a Christian charity which obtains food from major national suppliers at a greatly reduced cost and supplies us with our needs free of charge. We are most grateful for this free resource.

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Providing the men with a place to eat and enjoy fellowship with their peers, simply sitting around a table and chatting like any normal family. They share problems and we provide daily support.

HIS clothing have also provided warm garments which we distribute to those that engage with us on a regular basis.