Time2Talk offer free services for young people aged 13-25 in Daventry. This includes counselling by appointment and services that can be accessed if you just drop-in! In addition we can provide information for parents and carers. Alongside this we work in numerous schools in Daventry district on a weekly basis. Sometimes services can be liable to change so do give us a ring or email just to check the service you want is available.Come and talk to us in complete confidence about any problem you may have. www.time2talk.org.uk.
DOF is an independent body run by the over fifties to enhance the quality of life to those living in Daventry District. The forums provides an opportunity for members to get together and make new friends, whilst relaxing over a cup of tea and visiting the many information stands of the organisations that are invited to the meetings, providing information and advice on a wide variety of subjects from health care, to safety in the home, adult learning, fun and relaxation…and there are often lots of free gifts available too.
The forums are open to all and offer something for everyone. www.daventrydc.gov.uk/leisure/dof/
Asylum Seekers and Refugees
Multi-cultural and diverse communities are an important and valuable part of life in Northamptonshire, enriching our understanding of different cultures and traditions and bringing lasting benefits to the county. However alongside the benefits of sharing and understanding difference is the room for misunderstanding, often based on misinformation and undue criticism about communities who are perceived as 'different'. Click here for more information on common myths and facts.
Northamptonshire County Council provide social care for children and adults who are elderly, frail, physically disabled or have learning difficulties or mental health needs. Visit Northamptonshire County Council website to find out more.
DirectGov is the official government website providing easy access to the public services you use and the information you need. Visit DirectGov website for general information about employment, finance, education, motoring and more.
The Council is committed to promoting the opportunities of people with disabilities. More information about this can be found on our Positive About Disabled People page.
Human rights were created to bring the principles of fairness, respect, equality, dignity and autonomy to life by setting out a series of rights and freedoms that we are all entitled to as a result of our shared humanity.
At their most basic human rights are about how we treat each other. As a result they are particularly important for some of the more vulnerable or less powerful in our society, such as people in care, young children or people with learning difficulties. Click here for an Introduction to Human Rights.
Religion and Belief
Northamptonshire Inter Faith Forum (NIFF) was formally launched in 2006 for the mutual encouragement of individual faith communities, and to work for better understanding between members of different faiths.
NIFF includes representatives of the following faiths: Baha'i, Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim and Sikh. Members of these faiths live throughout the county of Northamptonshire. Until now there has been no way in which people of all the different faiths could contact each other across the county, nor has there been a resource for others who need to make contact with the various groups. The directory aims to meet that need.
The Countywide Traveller Unit (CTU) deals with unauthorised encampments and Traveller related issues. To provide for Travellers and settled communities across the County a multi-agency approach to support and enforcement, that fosters good relations, and in which the rights and responsibilities of all communities are respected.
The Unit works together to deal with Traveller matters on behalf of all the councils in Northamptonshire (except East Northamptonshire Council). The Unit has widespread support from partners within the county. The Gypsy and Traveller Policy provides information and guidance to ensure all policies and working practices are consistent with Government guidance and comply with specified legislation and Human Rights.