Our aim is to provide you with a website where you can access information, self help resources and find out about training and services that can help improve your wellbeing and enable you to build a brighter future whatever your circumstances.
At the Changing Minds Centre our work is centred on, informed by, developed with and delivered by people who have a real understanding about what it feels like to be in mental distress.
We work with service users, carers, health professionals and partner organisations, to help us deliver meaningful, supportive and informed advice to every individual and organisation we interact with.
The IAPT (Increasing Access to Psychological Therapies ) Wellbeing Teams aim to provide a local service for people with common mental health problems including anxiety and depression.
We work in partnership with Primary Care colleagues and provide timely interventions for people with a low risk that enables them to acquire the skills they need to promote their own recovery.
Junior Leisure Membership (5-15 year olds) - £12.00
- Leisure Swimming sessions
- Supervised Diving sessions
- Football on the Astro turf
- Teen Fitness Sessions
- Table Tennis
- NRG Disability Club
- Free loyalty card (valid for one year)
Benefits of being a member
- Once a direct debit is set up, minimum of 1 month, then all the activities listed are free. It is open to 5 – 15 year olds for £12 per month (direct debit only) – Full terms and conditions can be found on the council website.
Provides information on what the library can offer. Includes 'I.T courses and also bus passes.
Corby Olympic Amatuer Boxing Club (C.O.A.B.C.) has training and coaching for all levels from no experience to even champoinship levels. The gym and training facilities have everything you need for training as a boxer or simply to get fit.
Monday- Over 10's 6.00 until close
Tuesday -Ladies Fitness 6.30 -7.30/ Mens 7.30 - 9.00
Wednesday - Over 10's 6.30 until close
Thursday - Over 10's 6.30 until close
Friday - Ladies fitness 6.00 - 7.30/Mens 7.30 - 9.00
Saturday - Over 16's mixed boxing and fitness 10.00 - 12.00
For prices and further information please contact us on the methods listed.
Tribes Youth Club is a group made up of around 20 enthusiastic and positive learning disabled individuals and volunteers who know each other well. The atmosphere is warm and sociable and for many group members meeting up is their favourite thing in the week. Usually meeting on a Wednesday evening, the group was formed by parents around 12 years ago.
The group hold regular social events with support from carers and volunteers and have previously worked with artists from The Core and Bamboozle. The art forms that most excite them are music, including using the voice, and dance. For further information please use the contact details provided
We are aiming to make the youths of Corby more connected for apprenticeships and volunteering as well as providing activities and a safe haven for them to be themselves and work towards their aims! If you are aged between 11 and 17, we invite you to join our youth club.
Youthie takes place every Friday, at £1 entry with snacks and drinks available for purchase.
As a youth club we host indoor and outdoor games, arts and crafts and many events for you to enjoy. Come along to learn, engage and have fun. Why not bring your friends too?
Family Support Link is a registered charity based in Northamptonshire which aims to reduce the physical, psychological and emotional harm caused to families living with, or caring for someone who is addicted to drugs and/or alcohol, empowering them to improve their lives.
Particular emphasis is placed on those we have traditionally found difficult to engage with, by encouraging a pro-active not re-active approach.
The outreach branch of the Kettering Sexual Health Clinic takes place in Great Oakley medical Centre once a week. Patients make an appointment by calling the main clinic in Kettering on 01536410647
- to provide a centre for the relief of pain and distress, whether physical, emotional, psychological, spiritual or social
- to create a welcoming and compassionate environment for people diagnosed with a life-threatening illness, their families and carers
- to provide holistic care to enhance quality of life, including effective symptom control and social and emotional support, enabling the person to live life as fully as possible
- to treat each individual with dignity, respect, understanding and acceptance
- to establish a resource centre for education and training, for professionals, families and carers and other support agencies involved in providing palliative care
- to provide development training and support for staff and volunteers to ensure a skilled and expert team that is enthusiastic about its role
- to work in partnership with Primary Care Trusts, General Practioners and other providers in the development of comprehensive palliative care services
- to work with Northamptonshire Provider Services in accordance with the information sharing agreement signed by both parties
- to monitor and evaluate our services and implement development programmes where appropriate
- to accept referrals from District Nurses when a patient is felt to be within the last four weeks of life
- to provide skilled nursing care to patients in their home
- to provide consecutive care every night including weekends and bank holidays (where possible) until the patient dies or care is no longer required
- to provide support and bereavement follow-up to families, carers and friends
- to secure the financial resources to run and develop the service we provide
- to ensure cost-effective use of resources