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The leaders of the seven local councils, the North of Tyne Mayor and Northumbria's Police and Crime Commissioner encourage people to work together to move out of Tier 3 as quickly and as safely as possible.

Newton Aycliffe One Point Hub


Opening hours, what's available and how to get to Newton Aycliffe One Point Hub.

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Our One Point family centres are working in new ways to provide support while some of our buildings are closed. You can still call us for advice, support and guidance on 03000 261 111.  

If you have concerns about the safety of a child or young person phone 03000 267 979. If you are worried about your child's health please contact your GP or 111. Our health visiting school nursing service is on 03000 263 538.

What's available

 We support children, young people and families, from early pregnancy up until the young person reaches the age of 19 years (or 25 years if the young person has a disability).

We offer advice and practical help across all aspects of family life - in pregnancy and as a new parent, getting a job and building your skills, relationships and staying healthy and safe.

Don't wait if you think there's a problem - get in touch as soon as you can. The earlier you contact us, the better. See below more information on the support we provide:

How to get here

Newton Aycliffe One Point Hub,
Newton Aycliffe Youth Centre,
Burn Lane,
Newton Aycliffe,
County Durham.
DL5 4HX

Parking

There is a shared car park (with the Youth Centre) where there are approximately 25 parking spaces and 2 disabled parking spaces.

Contact us
Newton Aycliffe One Point Hub
03000 261 118
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