Making The Most of Sheffield's Culture
We aim to represent 20,000 people who live in the city centre and all who are interested in making it an even greater place to live, work, visit and play. That involves all cultures. Come and get involved!
Sheffield is a multicultural city with a diversity of associated events, businesses, opportunities & support. The information below may be of use to you.
Fun things to do:
SUPPORT FOR EVERYONE:
Sheffield Futures. Supports young people from to achieve fulfilment, whatever their background.
English as a second language (ESOL). Depending on your situation there is a range of ESOL classes, full time, part time, adult education, paid or free for all levels. Check out local venues at the Library or online. Sheffield Directory
Sane -Mental Health Support
Hello Self - Mental Health Support
Sheffield Mental Health. Organisations providing services to ethnic communities. Check out the 'support' section.
Ashiana Sheffield Supporting & empowering Black, Asian, Minority ethnic and Refugee ( BAMER) communities affected by violence and abuse.
ADIRA Providing a mental wellbeing support group for black women.
Beat- Support for people with eating disorders
HopeLine UK- for practical advice on suicide prevention. Contact Tel: 0800 068 4141
Relate- Relationship counselling
Samaritans- For People in despair; any problem any time. Contact Tel: 08457 909090. 24 hours
Family Planning Association- Contact Tel: 0845 120 3767
Sexual Health Helpline- Contact Tel: 0800 567 123. 24 Hours
National Domestic Violence Helpline- 24 hour freephone national service for women experiencing domestic violence. Contact Tel: 0808 2000 247
National Drugs Helpline (FRANK)- Contact Tel: 0800 77 66 00. 24 hours
SupportLine- Help and support for all issues relating to drugs. Contact Tel: 01708 765200