Every day at the Care Network Hub agencies are on hand for you to speak to directly. We work in partnership with a wide network of services so that it makes accessing services easier for you.
Care Network and our partners understand the value of having the opportunity to speak to someone face to face. Here is information about who's at the Care Network Hub, and when, to offer you the support, advice and guidance you need.
If you can't see what you're looking for, get in touch and ask, we will do what we can to put you in touch with someone who can help or work towards creating a new offer from our hub.
Download our latest bulletin - which tells you who's in, at what time in January 2018.
A friendly free four week beginner course to learn the basics of using a computer and the internetRead more
Support and advice for those living with and affected by HIV. Every Tuesday 10am - 12 noon. Read more
Talk, listen & support each other at this weekly social group. Every Tuesday 1 - 3pm Read more
Work club and one to one personalised action planning for employability and lifestyle.
Thursday's 10am - 12 noonRead more
An opportunity for people with OCD to meet up. First Thursday every month, 1pm - 3pm. Read more
Improving health inequalities of the South Asian heritage community as part of the Baiter Sehat (Better Health) project. Engage with ladies group (Women's Net-work) and youth group (2020 Vision).Read more
Come along and join in the fun! From bingo and dominoes to quizzes and other games. Everybody is welcome. Read more
A fun Saturday morning club for children or young people with special needs and their families. Read more
Information for those affected by disability. We can provide information on a range of disability related issues.
An Advocate can support you to make sure that your voice is heard, understand what your rights are and help you to access the services you need.
Drop by and chat about wellbeing issues affecting you or your friends and family. Provided by Community Restart Team. Second and fourth Friday in the month 1 - 3.30pmRead more
For people whose lives are affected by autism. First and third Thursdays every month, 1 - 3pm. Read more
Community CVS offer a weekly access point to help you find out about local volunteering opportunities and apply for the roles that you are interested in - helping to improve your wellbeing, employability or just simply to give something back. Read more
For parents, carers, children & young people aged 0-25, schools and professionals. Last Wednesday every month 10am - 12 noon. Read more
Working together to ensure that parent carer’s views and opinions are heard and have an opportunity to be actively involved in designing local services. Read more
Promoting rewarding public service volunteering opportunities for people to make a real difference to our community.Read more
For anyone affected by dementia or concerned about their memory. Every other month. Coordinated by Blackburn with Darwen Dementia Action Alliance. Read more