As we grow our relationships evolve. Major life changes such as starting a family, separation, bereavement, retirement, or becoming a grandparent, can have a huge impact upon your life. Support is available to help guide you through these changes, to maintain your relationships and find new friendships.
Information about sexual health, protection from sexual transmitted infections, contraception and details of organisations that can provide you with expert advice and guidance.
Find out more about your body, protection, screening, check ups, relationships and services available.
connecting with others online is a great way to keep in touch with friends and family and discover others who have shared interests. There are many ways to do this for free.
Social Prescribing is where you are prescribed activity or exercise to improve your physical and mental health. It may be used in place of medication or alongside treatment.
There are a range of support groups in Newcastle that help, advise and support people through difficulties including offering emotional support to those people dealing with illness, social isolation, end of life or a long term condition.
This article explains the services that are available for people with a learning disability or autism.
Find out more about places where you can receive legal advice in Newcastle.
If you need some extra help to live independently at home, you may be able to get help from Newcastle City Council.