The aim: The Cleveland Fire Support Network works alongside Cleveland Fire Brigade to deliver community safety services including after fire support, as well as promoting health and wellbeing awareness across our communities.
The aim: To raise fire safety awareness with young people in schools whilst providing strong positive role models. To improve health and wellbeing and to reduce incidents of anti-social behaviour, so in turn reducing attacks on firefighters.
The aim: To provide additional support and equipment where needed to keep our residents and our communities safe.
The aim: To develop self-discipline, a sense of community, and good citizenship. To promote fire safety messages to participants, their families and friends. To educate young people about and divert them away from negative social behaviour.
The aim: To reduce the impact of fuel poverty and danger from fires started by candles and naked flames, which are often used as an alternative heating and lighting source. To provide information, support and practical help from a range of agencies who also want to reach these vulnerable residents.
The aim: To deliver an alternative curriculum for students and pass on safety messages. To promote citizenship and mutual respect, while gaining a Edexcel BTEC Level 2 qualification in the Fire and Rescue Service in the Community.
The aim: To target young people with the Brigade’s safety messages while delivering structured coaching. To raise the aspirations of young people and help them to adopt healthier lifestyles.