Local Area Coordinators help you stay safe, well, independent and connected to your local community by:
- helping raise awareness of available resources
- providing links to local services
- supporting people with a wide range of issues
- developing resilience and social inclusion in communities
Local Area Coordinators work with individuals and families of all ages and abilities. They take time to get to know you, your family, friends, carers and your community, so they can help you to build a strong support network.
The Local Area Coordinator's role
Local Area Coordinators can support you in many ways, such as:
- taking steps to make your life better
- helping you access a wide range of information
- getting the right help from available services
- developing relationships and community networks
- getting your voice heard about things that are important to you
- helping you find volunteering opportunities
Our Local Area Coordinator case studies provide examples of the kind of work Local Area Coordinators do.
Thinking of connecting to a Local Area Coordinator?
Find out more about our approach, how we work with people and answers to frequently asked questions.
Contact your Local Area Coordinator
You, or someone acting on your behalf, can contact one of our Local Area Coordinators - you don't need to fill in any forms and no referral is necessary.
Local Area Coordinators currently work in:
- Acomb (into Holgate)
- Haxby and Wigginton
- Huntington and New Earswick
- Tang Hall (located in Hull Road Ward and Heworth Ward)
Alternatively, visit a 'drop-in' at your local community venue - contact the Adults Commissioning Team for details of where and when these happen.
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If your area isn't covered by a Local Area Coordinator, contact our Community Facilitator.