The Gaddum Centre is an independent voluntary sector organisation established in 1833 with a long history of providing quality services in the field of health and social care.
Today we continue this legacy with health related services in social care. For example:
- Family & individual support (support to adult, young adult and young carers)
- Training & development projects to individuals, families, agencies, local and health authorities, corporates.
The Gaddum Centre's Core Purpose & mission statement is:
- Empowering People: Enhancing Lives
Our Big Audacious Goal:
- The Outstanding Provider for Making Lives Better
Our Strategic Approach:
Gaddum Centre aims to:
- Empowering - we empower people who use our services to develop their confidence, knowledge & with the opportunity to actively improve & sustain their wellbeing.
- Innovative - we seek out creative ways of working to provide quality, sustainable services responding positively to change & building upon our core strengths of listening, advising & supporting.
- Diverse - we recognise & value diversity & the unique needs, experiences & qualities of the people both using & delivering our services.
Established: March 1833
Registered Charity Number: 507162
Board members: 6
Full time staff: 30
Part time staff: 20
Phone number: 01618346069
Address: 6 Great Jackson Street, Manchester M15 4AXView charity accounts on the Charity Commission website
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