The aim of ADCA (Audlem and District Community Action) is to provide welfare support to vulnerable and social isolated adults and older people and their carers within Audlem and District which promotes social inclusion, community participation and independence.
ADCA was established in 2010 as a local social enterprise. ADCA is now a charitable trust with three part time staff, 10 trustees and over 50 volunteers which has successfully established and extended its services to over 100 older people and their carers each month.
ADCA is about working in partnership with the people who use our services, with our staff and volunteers and with local families and carers as well as local statutory and voluntary organisations in health and social care.
ADCA is based in the new Audlem Public Hall Annexe and provides weekly day clubs, coffee clubs, a befriending service to people who are isolated, a voluntary driving service which takes people to GP, clinic and hospital appointments. We also provide a twice monthly carers' support group and organize carers breaks. We are always looking for more volunteers to join us in our work. Please contact us on 01270 747163 for more information.
Please click on the boxes alongside to find out more information and how to make contact about the different services ADCA provides.