Community

 

ADT Healthcare is a free helpline for people affected by drug and alcohol addiction. The service is particularly helpful for family members affected by a loved one's addiction. 
Website: www.adt-healthcare.com Tel: 0800 088 66 86


       Cornwall Rural Community Charity 

http://www.cornwallrcc.org.uk/where-to-get-help-in-cornwall-2013/

Their website shows "where to get help in Cornwall"


The Penlee Cluster of Anglican churches are, through their affiliation, part of Churches Together in Penzance Area otherwise known as CTIPA.

Their congregational members, like those of other Christian churches in Penzance are involved in mission projects that support many members of our various local communities, including the most vulnerable.

They do this through four mission projects :-

CTIPA Breakfast Project offers a cooked breakfast to the homeless and toast and a cuppa to ex clients.

CTIPA The Food Bank - helps families and others through hard times.

CTIPA Street Pastors - provides care for those on the streets late at night

CTIPA The Giving Shop - supports local charities through generosity and shared interest events, many craft based, and offers credit union facilities.

Further information on these particular joint Christian mission projects and other ecumenical activities and services can be found by tapping on the link below:- churchestogetherinpenzance.co.uk


3 villages Community Money Advice

3 villages - Community Money Advice.  A new project that we are hoping to establish initially in Newlyn, Paul and Mousehole. There are 140 centres around the country helping thousands of people escape the blight of debt. If you are interested in training as a CMA advisor or just want to find out more, two meetings have been organised.
Tuesday Aug 12th 2pm Paul Church Hall 
Wednesday Aug 13th 7.30pm The Centre, Newlyn


Paul Luncheon Club
Every Monday members of the community prepare a two course lunch for 30 senior citizens in the church hall at Paul. As well as providing a nutritious meal the weekly event offers friendship and companionship which can be especially valued after bereavement or when people become increasingly housebound. For more information about joining the club or becoming a volunteer contact Mrs Diane Bond 01736 731057