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Local, Regional & National


Our services cover the following

areas;


Scarborough, Filey, Whitby,

Rydale, Driffield, Bridlington

and all local towns & rural areas


HOPE  also offers Outreach support

to individuals who may may be in

Hospital, care or are unable to leave

their homes.


We also offer telephone and text

support via our National Help line

Telephones.







HOPE Services


All the services below are

available, separately for; Men,

Women & Younger Adults


Counselling, Psychotherapy

Self-Help Groups

Facilitated groups and workshops

One to one support

Outreach Services

Various Social and Therapeutic

Activities


Drop in, with pool table and other

 recreational activities

Art Room

Relaxation Room

Library

Computer Access



141 Bike Recycle @HOPE


Working in partnership

with Pinnacle People


Opening ceremony 1pm

Monday November 24th

Interested parties

Welcome


Do you have a bike you never use stored away in the shed? Do you have a yellow one you used for decoration over the tour de France. Do you have a kid’s bike, granny bikes, tandem, unusual bikes etc.?

We can take them in any state to repair or recycle parts for spares and to renovate to sell, or give to those who would not normally have the opportunity of owning a bike.


We will provide a service for members and clients of HOPE, many of whom are marginalised people within our community, whose lives would greatly improve through the benefit of having accessible, affordable and sustainable transportation and/ or the freedom having a bicycle would bring. The health benefits of cycling are well known for both physical and emotional/ mental health.

 

The project will not only provide bikes, it will provide a non-judgemental, supportive workshop environment for clients and volunteers and give work placements to long term unemployed. We aim to support individuals to get back into the work place, by gaining and sharing skills, learning to work as a team, gain friendship, giving them confidence, self-esteem and independence.  We want to empower individuals to learn new skills and move on to positive futures.  We want to divert and redirect functional bicycles and their working parts from recycling and landfill. Through doing this we can help to lower the demand for raw materials, promote the ideas of reuse within our community and offer a viable alternative to the cost of buying new.


The Bike project will offer bikes at low cost to those on  low wages or benefits, bikes to the general public and next summer we hope to hire bikes on a daily basis.  All bikes will be given a full service and tested before they leave our premises.


All profits will go towards the running costs of HOPE Groups which works with victims of childhood abuse, rape and sexual assault.


 Registered charity number 1119389     © HOPE Groups 2013



HOPE Groups for men, women and younger adults affected by childhood sexual, emotional

and physical abuse. Adults affected by sexual assault and/or rape.

LATEST NEWS


How ‘the Savile effect’ helped other victims

17/10/2014 (TheScarboroughNews)


As the vile true identity of Jimmy Savile emerged, a probe has revealed that the number of Scarborough sex crimes shot up.


In what has been dubbed “the Savile effect”, the town’s police dealt with a sharp rise in victims coming forward to report alleged sex crimes.


And a local charity which was inundated with pleas for help from the victims of the DJ’s sordid spree claims that many would still be suffering in silence if the abuse claims had never come to light.


“The fact that people have the courage to come forward is probably the only good thing to ever come from Savile,” said Pauline Carruthers, founder of the charity Hope.


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