Better Together for our Community 

Advocacy Support

providing you with a range of support advice and guidance

Coronavirus (COVID-19): a message to everyone we support

We want to let you know that we're working hard to provide help and support to anyone experiencing difficulty in this unsettling time. Due to COVID-19, we are mainly working from home. For any enquiries please contact us on 07889 596348 / 0114 4420356 until further notice

Telephone Helpline

Telephone Helpline designated with Arabic Speaking Support workers are here to help identify the support you need. CALL: 07516737197  or 0114 442 0355 for support with: debt management, domestic abuse, racial harassment; help with making sure you are getting the right benefits, accessing support such as Family Fund or up-to-date information about PIP.  


We offer information and signposting to all our clients, to help them access the best available support within the community. Our advocacy workers and volunteers will listen to your needs, signpost and match you to the most suitable services from a wide range of information and advice services across different topics. We will share your journey and support you within a safe community setting that meets your cultural and language needs. We are here to make sure your “Voices are Heard”.  

Referrals and Access to External Agencies

Many of our families will need access to external agency services, this maybe in the form of access to: 

  • Social Adult Care
  • SNIP – support young vulnerable children
  • Fiancial Support - Direct Payments, Universal Credit , HMRC for tax credit & working tax credit


Hadfield offers a range of courses including short taster courses, a stepping stone to vocational training.  

Courses of offer 

Confidence building, Job search, Food & Hygiene Healthy living, Basic book keeping 

Employment Support

Help with getting into work either one basis or group sessions. Help with job search, Internet,  CVs, applications and interviews.

Our Projects

Our core services Hadfield Institute are supported by key projects focused on different groups or issues in the community.

Young people in crisis are prioritised for support additional support. We implement a Red - Amber - Green system, offering different levels of support including from Youth workers, home visits, telephone and online contact and therapy.  

Young person receive visible contact with designated Youth Champion or Youth Worker. We provide support to young people in our community with telephone & Online support to check on their well-being and support them to engage in activities to build self-esteem. 

Regular contact and support for young person struggling with his mental and emotional well-being, facing domestic abuse at home.   Safe Guarding matters are referred to designated Officer in organisation to take forward in line with our Safe Guarding Procedures

Flexible and accessible engagement with Young single parents.  Contact thorugh online Zoom Sessions to connect with  Youth Champions; access to  Food resources and cleaning products including sanitary pads. We have a number of “Neighbourhood Champions” and it has been very successful.

Young mothers are supported through our telephone helpline and Zoom activities, and looking at what support we can help them with. We asisst with advice & debt management, play activities consisting of crafts and games for their young children, checking if children are accessing any education support through their schools, and what other concerns they are facing. 

Bridge the gap project funded by the emergency Covid-19 lottery funding for 6 months has been a game changer for many of the families we support. Our telephone helpline support individuals: struggling with debt management; being furloughed and not able to access the regular external services; elderly and parents with vulnerable children.

Many of the clients that we support are in need of Arabic speaking advocacy. Workers and volunteers. Particular when the face to face advice services are not available to them whilst on lockdown.  


Hadfield with the support of its volunteers and staff have continues to support 193 families with food parcels and doing regular well-being checks. Particular to those we are struggling with mental health & well-being, self-isolating and are facing other issues that is impacting severely with the quality of their lives.

Volunteers & staff delivering resources via the “Food Pharmacist” support befriending and well-being checks. Due to Covid -19, the social distance and National Lockdowns this is restricted to the doorstep only by volunteers and through our telephone helpline support. But us has been a resources that has been welcomes as a much needed service.  

Food Pharmacy 

Food parcels delivered to those most in need. Thanks to our amazing volunteers and business support 





Food Parcels Delivered


Active Projects


Want to get involved?

Join our online Group Sessions chat with volunteers and project staff. Learn how you can support your community.

Venue for Hire

Hadfield Institute has capacity and facilities to cater for wide range of business, community and private events. Available for hire  Monday to Friday 3pm-9pm  Saturdays from 10am- 9pm Sundays from 10am – 9pm

Hall with 100 people capacity


IT Suite equipped with 12 PCs

Kitchen and Catering Facility

Minibus Hire - 16 Seater with driver (D1 cat. and MiDAS)

Meeting Rooms

Car Parking

Interactive Whiteboards

Disabled Access

Large Garden

Working in Partnership

Hadfield Institute works is committed to working in partnership organisations and individuals from across our community. Thanks to our partners we can combine our efforts and resources to serve our community better 


Hadfield Institute are grateful to our network of partners who work together with us to provide
help and expertise to support our community 

Yorkshire Foundation

Supporting us to encourage young people to connect and support each other online.


A dedicated COVID-19 action group to provide advice and support to the BAMER community.

HM Government & National Lottery

COVID-19 funded from HM Government and the National Lottery Community Fund

Fare Share Yorkshire 

Providing support for Food Pharmacist to help us fight hunger and poverty.

Seldom Heard Communities Docuseries (2021) 

“Seldom Heard Communities” is a documentary series, in collaboration with Sheffield Community Contact Tracers, about the hardships endured by marginalised groups of society during the times of the COVID-19 pandemic.


You can contact us any way that is convenient for you. We are available  via fax or email. You can visit our offices in person.

  • 43 Attercliffe Common, Sheffield, S9 2AE
  • +44 (0114) 261 8620