Contact DAD

 

You may contact DAD by email, or use our online form to ask any questions. Alternatively our main switchboard telephone number is 01325 489999 or you can text 0762 481 8780.

Head Office

DAD's Head Office can be found in Valley Street, very close to the Town Centre. Our office is accessible, with a loop system.

Postal address: 
Darlington Association on Disability 
1P Enterprise House
South Entrance
Valley Street North 
Darlington 
DL1 1GY

Telephone: 01325 489999

Text: 0762 481 8780

Email: mail@darlingtondisability.org

Advocacy Service

Postal Address:
1P Enterprise House 
South Entrance 
Valley Street North 
Darlington 
DL1 1GY

Fax: 01325 267350

Email: advocacy@darlingtondisability.org

ChYPS

Postal Address:
1P Enterprise House 
South Entrance 
Valley Street North 
Darlington 
DL1 1GY

Telephone: 01325 489999

Email: chyps@darlingtondisability.org

Direct Payments

Postal address: 
1P Enterprise House 
South Entrance 
Valley Street North 
Darlington 
DL1 1GY 

Telephone: 01325 360524

Email: directpayments@darlingtondisability.org

Independent Living Hub

Independent Living Hub is situated in an accessible building, found on West Crescent (off Woodland Road) in Darlington.

Postal address: 
DAD Independent Living Hub
West Lodge
West Crescent 
Darlington 
DL3 7PS

Telephone: 01325 254840

Email: independentlivinghub@darlingtondisability.org

Middlesbrough Direct Payment Employer Support Service

Postal address:
001, Cleveland Business Centre 
Oak Street 
Middlesbrough 
TS1 2RQ

Telephone: 01642  049920

Email: employersupport@darlingtondisability.org

Redcar and Cleveland Direct Payment Employer Support Service

Postal address:
001, Cleveland Business Centre 
Oak Street 
Middlesbrough 
TS1 2RQ

Telephone: 01642  049920

Email: employersupport@darlingtondisability.org

Please email mail@darlingtondisability.org with questions or comments about this web site.

 
 

How you can support us

As a local organisation we very much rely on the support of our local community, and continue to support people flexibly to have greater choice and control and remove the barriers that disabled people and children experience in their everyday lives. We support over 2,000 people every year.  But we need your help.

Click here to find out how you can support us

 
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