Overview On Wednesday 17th April 20 young people from Bowesfield and High Clarence Schools took part in a healthy cooking afternoon. The young people were taken to Stockton Marketplace where they were involved in shopping for ingredients to cook a healthy lunch. They had the opportunity to meet stall holders and discuss the variety […] Read More
We are currently recruiting to one new post and one maternity cover – if you have experience in Family Intervention and are looking to be part of an exiting and developing organisation look no further, click here for more information. Read More
We are seeking to recruit a dynamic and experienced Project Worker to the role of Complex Needs Worker to support the delivery of the outreach and recovery program, meeting and building relationships with vulnerable women and holding a caseload of those women with complex needs, offering practical and emotional support to encourage and motivate change. For more […] Read More
It’s hard to know where to begin; Many of you will have supported A Way Out for a long time and have followed our journey over the years, as we have endeavored to reach out to our communities most broken and marginalised people. Seeing an end to addiction, poverty and sexual exploitation, amongst women and […] Read More
This new role at A Way Out will develop and deliver a weekly youth hub amongst three communities across Stockton on Tees. Each hub will seek to engage young people who may be struggling to maintain attendance at school or who are on the edge of exclusion, suffering from low self-esteem and who feel isolated […] Read More
Danika outside the office building This is Danika, our wonderful intern! Danika completes her year-long internship with us this week. We are so sad to see her ‘flee the nest’, but excited for her future. Danika is originally all the way from Australia, and so has had an interesting year living in the mildly cooler […] Read More
We are growing as a team and we now have 22 employed members of staff! We’ve come a long way from our humble beginnings in Jessie’s living room in 2002. These staff members have all started at A Way Out since Summer 2012. Kate Mayo HCG Diet is our new volunteer coordinator. She works alongside […] Read More
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A Way Out,
1-2 Castlegate Quay,
Stockton on Tees.