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High Peak Information and Support

HPND Foodbanks

Glossopdale Foodbank

No referral is needed. Any one in financial hardship can collect a food parcel at either Glossop Children’s Centre: Monday to Friday from 9.00 a.m. to 5. 00 p.m.

or Hadfield Children’s Centre: Tuesday and Thursday 10.00 to 11.00

or Gamesley, The Pantry (G52): Monday to Friday 10.00 to 3.00


If you are in financial hardship and self-isolating or house bound, a parcel can be delivered to your home address. Glossopdale Foodbank has a designated Foodbank Adviser called Ghazala Darr based at Glossop CAB: 07730 089657 or email at She can help you increase your income, reduce debts and help with many other problems.


Hadfield / Padfield/ Tintwistle Bellies not Bins


New Mills - Helping Hands Foodbank Phone Number: 07425 177999 Email: h


New Mills Community Pantry, New Mills Youth and Community CIC (New Mills)

Offering deliveries to older people, those with mobility issues and those shielding. Based in the indoor market, Market Street, New Mills, High Peak. It’s £5 per year membership and £2.50 per shop. (open Tue/Sat term time and Tue/Thur/Sat school holidays)

Phone Number: 07377 892125 Facebook:


Whaley Bridge Foodbank

Phone Number: 07920 253075 Website:


Buxton/Hope Valley/Bakewell - High Peak Foodbank Phone Number: 07811 684299

High Peak Foodbank covers Buxton, Chapel en le Frith, the Hope Valley and northern Derbyshire Dales. Other foodbanks cover New Mills, Whaley Bridge and Glossopdale.


Hope Valley - Bradwell Cares Foodbank

We can now offer a service for anyone who may be facing difficulties and have insufficient funds to buy essentials such as food or hygiene products Phone Number: 07803244869 Sharon Email:


Clothes Banks

Little Cherubs Clothes Bank


High Peak Clothes Bank . New Mills and High Peak Area


Money and Finance

CAB (Citizens Advice) Tel: 0300 456 8390

Citizens Advice Derbyshire runs a Universal Credit ‘help to claim’ project. This is to support people with applying for Universal Credit and any other issues up to receiving first payment. to speak to one of our advisers contact us on our help to claim helpline: 0800 144 8 144


Derbyshire Welfare Rights

Support for people in Derbyshire accessing benefits and those with low incomes. Phone Number: 01629 531535 Email:


Step Change tel: 0800 1381111

Provide the advice and support you need to achieve long-term financial control


National Debt Line tel: 0808 808 4000



High Peak Borough Council website:


High Peak Homeless Help: Tel: 07908 008016

HPHH accepts referrals from agencies who work with young people, such as CAB, Schools, Churches and local voluntary groups. A condition of referral is that there is a plan in place for continued support for the service user the following morning.


Derbyshire resident sleeping rough or at risk of losing your home:


Domestic Abuse Support

There is one helpline number in Derbyshire for reporting or discussing domestic abuse: Tel: 0800 0198 668 (referrals are then pass to the right area)

Glossop, High Peak and North Dales areas are supported by:


Sexual Abuse Support

SV2 Advice Line

The Advice Line is available everyday between 8am and 5pm to provide you with accurate information and relevant advice for your personal situation: 01773 746115


Sail: Surviving and Thriving

Support for victims and survivors 18+ who have or have had experiences of sexual abuse and violence, including childhood sexual abuse. Sail supports all genders from all communities. Referrals can be made from other agencies and self-referral


Victim Support

Derbyshire Victim Services: 0800 612 6505 or TEXT 'COREDVS' TO 82228 (Derbyshire Core)

Aged under 18, if you or one of your friends have been a victim of crime, we are here to help:


Alcohol and Substance misuse support

CGL - Change Grow Live (under18s): Telephone: 01773 303646 Email:


Derbyshire Recovery Partnership (over 18s) Tel: 0845 308 4010 Text: 0124 620 6514 Email:


Space 4 U – Action for Children

Space 4 U welcomes referrals from anyone, for children aged 5 to 18 from all parts of Derbyshire who are affected by someone else's substance misuse.

Phone Number: 07977 020 712 Email:




High Peak Adult Ed Centres:


Zink: Zink provides services throughout the High Peak and Derbyshire Dales from its HQ in Buxton and at outreach in towns and villages.


DCC Careers service:


DCC Adult Ed info:


General Help and Support

Derbyshire Health and Wellbeing Team . 1:1 help and support . High Peak 07971373526 Derbyshire Dales 0797 072 5015

Social Prescribing( High Peak) CVS  


Zink Project . High Peak , Derbyshire Dales Welfare Support Employment advice 1:1


Community Directory


Wellbeing/Mental Health

Emotional health and wellbeing signposting website for Derby and Derbyshire:


Derbyshire-wide Mental Health Helpline: 0800 028 0077 (all ages):


Kooth on-line support for Children/young people:


Pre-CAMHS services for Derbyshire: Build Sound Minds (Action for Children) tel: 07817 058356 Email:


CAMHS service in North Derbyshire (apart from the Glossop Area):


Derbyshire IAPT Talking Therapies



Insight Health Care Tel: 0300 555 5582 to self-refer or visit their website:


Family & Parenting Support

High Peak North Dales Children’s Centre Facebook


Early Help Parenting Support – please contact your child’s school or Health visitor in the first instance and ask for an Early Help Assessment.

Home Start High Peak

Home-Start High Peak is helping families to cope with whatever difficulties they might encounter, confidently and purposefully. Children raised in a stable, loving family relationship are more likely to enjoy a positive and healthy future.


Derbyshire Family Health Service (Health Visiting/School Nurse services)


Derbyshire Autism Information and Advice Service Signposting, information and advice service for Derbyshire County’s and Derby City Autistic community.


Connex – Disability Support Phone Number: 01298 23970 Children and Younger People service has years of experience in supporting children and adults with additional needs, and helping them live happy, satisfying lives full of potential. Paid for respite services/support for families.


Young Carers Service – Derbyshire Carers Association Phone Number: 01773 833833 Email: