Disabled Outreach Therapy Service

If you have disability or mobility issues please inform us when you contact the service – we will then discuss the options available to you in order for you to access therapy with us.  Clients with mobility and disability issues are offered:-

  • Access to ground floor therapy rooms.
  • Parking Permits available for ease of access to the building.

As My Sisters Place does not currently have wheelchair access clients who wish to access counselling should consider D.O.T.S

D.O.T.S – The Disabled Outreach Therapy Service

This service is available to women with disabilities who wish to access therapy but are unable to leave their homes due to a disability or would need wheelchair access to your main service.

The Disabled Outreach Therapy Service is part of My Sisters Place Domestic Violence and Abuse Counselling Service and is available for women who may find it difficult to leave their homes to access our main service due to a disability.

We offer up to 8 free and confidential 1 to 1 counselling sessions in your home.

To access you must be:-

  • 16 years and over.
  • Registered disabled and in receipt of Disability Living Allowance.
  • Not currently living with the person who is abusive to you.
  • Living with Middlesbrough TS1, TS2, TS3, TS4, TS5, TS6, TS7, TS8 and TS9 postcodes.

Referrals can be made by yourself or by your GP, Community Mental Health Teams, Health Visitors, Social Services, other Statutory and Voluntary agencies or other Disability Services.

What Happens Next?

Once your referral has been accepted you will be contacted when a session becomes available and you will be informed of the date, time and name of the counsellor who will be working with you.

Available

This service is available

Mondays and Fridays – 10am to 3pm

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT:- 01642 256036

 

Unfortunately at this time My Sisters Place is unable to facilitate wheelchair access and recognises the need for accessibility for all women who have experienced Domestic Violence or abuse.  Therefore we are endeavouring to address this issue and are currently looking at a number of options to make our building more accessible and will be looking to secure more funding in addition to fundraising for building renovation work.  Please refer to our news feed for updates regarding our progress.