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Exciting Opportunity

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

Outpouring Event

An Evening of Worship and Prayer for Organisations supporting vulnerable people in Stockton. Wednesday 10th April 2019 6pm. Read More

New Blog Post…#itsnotok

Last week the clients, staff and volunteers at A Way Out contributed to ‘Sexual Abuse and Sexual Violence Awareness Week’.   To read more click here. Read More

New Blog Post – A sense of purpose

A group of women supported by A Way Out met last month with a new sense of purpose.  Women who had never … to read more click here. Read More

New Blog Post – Just days ago

while receiving generous Christmas donations of seasonal food and gifts from the local community a woman arrived at the door of A Way Out.  This woman was victim to an unknown substance and had managed to make her way across town entering our Centre barely conscious. To read more click here Read More

Exciting Opportunity

A Way Out has a new and exciting part-time opportunity for an experienced and specialised Services Manager to join our current part time Services Manager as part of our Senior Management Team.   For more information check our jobs page, by clicking here. Read More

Cleveland Police – Press Release

Please read the press release below. We are supporting Cleveland Police with this operation. *** Further Arrests Made in Police Operation to Target Human Traffickers *** Two further arrests have been made in connection with a major operation into human trafficking. A 38-year-old man was arrested in February on suspicion of conspiracy to commit rape and […] Read More

Pedal Power!

Stockton’s Mayor and Mayoress, alongside representatives from local MPs and Trustees and staff said a huge THANK YOU to Norman and his son Sam Franklin.  The Franklins – a local family who chose to celebrate a milestone birthday in an inspiring, generous and strenuous way.  They cycled from Lands End to John O’Groats over 3 […] Read More

Peer Talk: Hidden Stories

2017 the official presentation of the participatory research report undertaken by Durham University /York University, A Way Out and Barnardos SECOS – Peer Talk: “Hidden Stories – A Participatory Research Project with Women Who Sell or Swap Sex in Teesside”. The report shines a light into the currently lived experience of ‘on street’ sex workers […] Read More

Thank You Levendale Primary School

We had a visit from Mr Beadnall, Maisie (Head Girl), Max (Head Boy), Eddy (Deputy Head Boy) and Lauren (Deputy Head Girl) from Levendale Primary School, dropping of an amazing donation of food from their harvest collection. Thank you to all the parents and supporters of the school for your generosity, your donations mean that […] Read More
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