Following the latest announce from Government on Covid-19, the Tassibee Centre is now closed. We will continue to provide home care provision via our Direct Payment Service and a telephone advocacy support service.
All our hard Work was recognised when we were awarded the Community Achievement Award in 2015.
Tassibee started in 1993 as a volunteer-led support group for isolated and socially excluded Asian ladies in Rotherham, South Yorkshire.
Over the last 25 years, we have developed into a locally respected organisation that delivers a wide range of successful and innovative training, which focuses on building on the strengths and enabling change in their lives.
We aim to provide a supportive and cultural atmosphere, that focuses on enjoying learning and progressing into other work and learning opportunities.
We always work to reach the more isolated, excluded ladies and especially those whose first language is Punjabi or Mirpuri and who may be at the first stage of gaining confidence of using English.
We also target ladies who may be particularly vulnerable, such as carers, lone parents, those with mental health problems, risk of domestic abuse or living in families where one or more members are affected by substance misuse.