Open Door is no longer delivered by The Big Life group – please contact Care Plus Group on 01472 266999, or visit their website for more information.
- The Sanctuary: Grimsby set to close September 23, 2015
The Sanctuary: Grimsby, run by Open Door, will be closing on 30 September 2015, as its pilot comes to an end.
Since opening in January 2015, the service has provided a safe and welcoming place for anyone in the town to come to if they have reached crisis point overnight.
Based within Open Door’s building on Albion Street, The Sanctuary opened from 8pm to 6am, staffed by people who have experience themselves of depression, anxiety, low mood, panic attacks or suicidal thoughts. Continue reading →
- Open Door health to transfer from The Big Life group September 3, 2015
Ownership of a Grimsby-based provider of health and social care services is set to transfer from The Big Life group to Care Plus Group this next month.
From its centre in the heart of East Marsh, Open Door provides a safe and welcoming environment offering health care, social support services, information, advice and guidance.
And, with the services proving successful and showing potential to further embed itself in the North East Lincolnshire health and social care economy, the two social enterprises agree that the transfer will give Open Door the chance take advantage of the local networks and relationships that Care Plus Group has within the region. Continue reading →
- New Open Door Video April 7, 2015
Check out our new video All About Open Door
- OPEN DOOR OFFERS EXPERT HELP TO FAMILIES AFFECTED BY AUTISM February 18, 2015
Grimsby’s Open Door health and social care centre will be a hub of advice and information next week for families affected by Autism.
The event is being held for local people, who often do not know where to turn to for support.
Open Door, which runs its own specialist Autism support group for young adults with the condition, is hosting the event as part of North East Lincolnshire’s Autism strategic agenda.
The event will be held at Open Door, Albion Street on Thursday 26 February from 10am to 2pm.
Manager at Open Door Rob Baty said: “At Open Door we know from running our own support group that autism has a significant impact on not just the individual but also their families and their community.
“More and more children are being born with Autism, but it’s also being found that many older people struggle with degrees of autism throughout their lives affecting social skills, being able to understand other people and making themselves understood.”
The day is being put on by different agencies and support groups across North East Lincolnshire.
Call Rob Baty at Open Door for More information.
- Open Door Impact Report 2014 November 1, 2014
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