Phone: 0191 527 4166 / 0191 527 4168
Address:
Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham, SR8 3EX


What we do:

Easington Floating Support Service has provided support to vulnerable adults in the East Durham area for over 18 years. Our service helps each person we work with to build their own ‘My Future Matters’ recovery action plan. We can provide:

  • Coaching to set personal goals, which you will regularly review together.
  • Help you maintain your wellbeing
  • Help you access your local community
  • Help you pursue your leisure interests
  • Help you shop and cook healthily
  • Coach you to budget your finances
  • Prompt you to pay bills on time
  • Help you attend appointments
  • Help you Maintain your home
  • Liaise with all professionals involved with our client’s welfare, working in partnership to provide the best possible outcomes.

Who is this service for?

This service is for people aged 18 years and over, living in the east Durham area – this includes Seaham, Murton, Easington, Horden, Blackhall, Peterlee, Thornley, Wingate, Wheatley Hill & South Hetton.

Accessing the service

If you are seeking a referral, please contact your social worker, CPN, drug & alcohol worker, or other support worker to discuss your options, and they can make a referral on your behalf. (The Community Mental Health Team can refer you to the service if you do not meet their eligibility criteria or you are about to be discharged from secondary mental health services.)