Mitchell Street Centre is one of the largest bases operated by the Housing and Communities Division and is home to a number of projects and teams. The Centre has 4 public access computers available for use. There are a few rooms in the Centre which are available to let and charges may be applicable. Opening TimesMonday, 9 am to 7 pm Tuesday and Wednesday 9 a.m. to 8.30 p.m.Thursday, 9 am to 7 pmFriday, 9 am to 5 pm Please note that Mitchell Street Centre is closed to the public half an hour before closing times. There are a large number of CLD staff based within the centre including: Adult Learning Adult Learning can help develop the person, the family, their community and society generally, based on 3 core principles that learning is lifelong, life-wide and person centred. Based on these principles, CLD delivers Adult Learning opportunities around the following 5 key areas, IT 4 Work and Life, Family Learning, ESOL, Steps to Learning / Employability and Adult Literacies to ensure that every adult can access learning that meets their educational needs and aspirations. Youth Work Youth Work is an educational practice contributing to young people’s learning and social development. CLD Youth Work delivers learning opportunities and activities that allow young people to engage with Health and Well-Being, Employability and Diversionary programmes, improve attainment and to express their voice and demonstrate Social Commitment. Engagement with CLD Youth works contributes towards young people becoming Confident Individuals, Effective Contributors, Responsible Citizens and Successful Learners. Community Regeneration The main drivers in the regeneration of communities are Community Capacity Building, Community Engagement and Community Empowerment. The Community Regeneration Team is well placed to respond to these national and local priorities as well as the opportunities which are presented through the Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act. As part of Local Community Planning processes, the Community Regeneration Team give ongoing support to Community Councils, Neighbourhood Representative Structures, Regeneration Forums, Tenants and Residents Groups and a diverse range of geographically located Community Groups and Organisations. Community Partnerships The Community Partnerships section main function sits within Community Empowerment. We support the management of community centre facilities and the associated programme development by these community groups. We also lead the interaction of DCC’s Community Empowerment Strategy and support communities who wish to progress through the Community Asset Transfer Scheme. Community Health Inequalities Team The Community Health Inequalities Team comprises Dundee Healthy Living Initiative, Equally Well, and Sources of Support social prescribing staff. Each team has a specific role; however, all components aim to tackle health inequalities by promoting good health and wellbeing, and addressing the barriers to good health, experienced by people who are disadvantaged. For more information tel 01382 435824. Lead Scotland Lead (Linking Education and Disability) supports disabled adults and their carers so they can access education and lifelong learning opportunities. For more information, contact 01382 669532. Councillors' Surgeries Councillors for the West End ward hold surgeries at a range of times. Contact Details Mitchell Street Centre, Mitchell StreetDundee, DD2 2LJEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgTel: 01382 435808 There is an Accessibility Guide available on the AccessAble website.