About Teesside Samaritans
Teesside Samaritans has been offering emotional support to the people of Teesside for nearly fifty years. The areas we cover include:
- Stockton on Tees
- Redcar and Cleveland
Teesside Samaritans' work within the community
We support local schools, colleges and universities. This includes providing promotional materials designed for a younger audience, speaking to children in schools, and developing a positive relationship with the local university. For the past 23 years, Teesside Samaritans has also worked closely with both H.M. Prison Holme House and H.M. Prison Kirklevingston Grange.
Volunteering with Teesside Samaritans
Regular information sessions are held throughout the year to give people an insight into the sort of roles available. We are always in need of more volunteers, so even if you aren't sure listening is for you, there are still plenty of ways to help. Please click here for more information about volunteering at Teesside Samaritans.
Fundraising for Teesside Samaritans
Teesside Samaritans relies completely on the support of the local community so that we can continue providing our services.
The National Walk 2019
In 1979 Teesside Samaritans designed a 40 mile circular walk over the North Yorkshire Moors - this route is now recognised as 'The Samaritan Way' the branch decided to invite volunteers from other branches to join them on this annual event to help raise funds for thier own branches. After three years the idea of The National Walk developed and now branches from around the coutry host the walk, this years National Walk (2018) is hosted by Bath & District Samaritans click here to find out more about this years walk in Bath.
For The National Walk's 40th Anniversary its returning to Teesside Samaritans and 'The Samaritan Way' in the North Yorkshire Moors, if you're interestd in joining us on this very special walk to celebrate not only 40 years of the walk but 50 years of Samaritans in Teesside please click on the image below and register your interest. Official Registrations don't open until Saturday 9th June 2018 as The National Walk 2018 in Bath commences.
Contacting Teesside Samaritans
If something's troubling you and you would like to talk, please get in touch by calling us 01642 217777. Alternatively, you can email Samaritans for emotional support at Jo@samaritans.org. For general enquiries, please fill out this form. Media and press related issues can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you use social media, keep up to date with us on @TeesSamaritans.