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The DoorWays Project The DoorWays Staff

Standing in The gap

John Pearson Volunteers—Signe Johansen—Jess Rutter Committee: Liam Gardner (chair) Cannon Madden Peter Fleck (treasurer) David Grimoldby Rev Guy Donegan-Cross Chris Eddy

Office Opening Hours DoorWays was established in 1998. The project is managed by Saltburn Christian Projects, a charitable company limited by Guarantee. It is an ecumenical initiative of the five churches in Saltburn-by-the-Sea. The project aims to work with young people aged 13-25, living in and around Saltburn. To develop facilities and support networks that will benefit them, and to provide the kind of support, advice and information that compensates for the difficulties faced by many young people in the area.

Monday — Friday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

The DoorWays Project is funded by grants from a variety of Trusts, local churches and individuals. If you would like to help the Project in any way, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

2 Station Buildings Station Square Saltburn-by-Sea TS12 1AQ Tel. 01287 625305

An Introduction To DoorWays Drop-in-centre; a safe environment to meet, socialise and find support. Facilities include Internet – DVD – Tea/Coffee – PS2 – Telephone – CV help – Signposting to other help organisations – Someone to listen. As we have spent time listening to and befriending young people, encouraging them to believe in themselves and in their capability to achieve their ambitions, different areas of work have emerged and grown.

What DoorWays Can Do For You 16 - 25 years old • One to one help • Internet job searches • Help with CV’s • Job applications • Help with accommodation • Help with benefit forms • Help with day to day living • General help and advice • Workshops, drug / alcohol 13 - 16 years old • Internet Access • Playstation 2 • DvD player • Youth Newspaper project • Day trips • Environmental project • 5 a-side football • DvD Projects / Multi-media • Trips e.g. Cinema

Contact us on: 01287 625305

What DoorWays Have Done •

A youth newspaper, to have your say about issues that affect young people and your area. Are you a reporter, photographer or editor — do you have something to say?

Helping a young person with training, securing a job and through a local organisation, helped with a flat.

Often its just finding time to listen and speaking positively into what is often a negative situation.

Huntcliff after school Drama group.

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Flyer 2009

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