Access to Basic Needs 




(Food, Utilities, Furniture)

The CARE Community Support project provides a holistic support model encompassing the following key areas;

Preventing Homelessness 


(Tenancy Sustainment, Sourcing & Accessing Housing, Repairs, Relationship breakdown, Domestic Violence, Rent, Benefits)

Maximising Income 

(Benefits, Debt, Budgeting, Medical Assessments, Appeals/ Tribunals)

Access to Basic Needs

(Food, Utilities, Furniture)


Improving Life Skills 

(Reading letters and understanding, Managing and paying utilities, Attending appointments, Dealing with other agencies)

Improved Health

& Well-being 

(Accessing health services, Alcohol Dependency, Substance Dependency, Gambling Addiction, Mental Health, Physical health)

Increasing Confidence


(Attending places, Emotional Support, Improving Relationships, Advocacy, Volunteering, Employment, Education, Future Aspirations)


Short term support is provided through our Open House across the charities Access Points and longer-term 1:1 floating support is provided through the clients home or within the community.



The Open House support sessions can be accessed at the following times:

Grimsby Access Point

18 Hainton Avenue,


DN32 9BB.


Monday to Friday

10am to 3:30pm

Immingham Access Point


Civic Centre Hub,

Pelham Road,


DN40 1QF


Tuesday - Thursday

12-3 pm

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