A ROC Centre is a community hub with multiple ROC projects under one roof.

Assessing the need

How it works

Why partner with ROC?

We typically use the ‘ROC Conversation’ model to bring agencies and local people together to identify the community needs and opportunities.

A ROC Centre is a community hub which houses a number of projects under one roof. The Centre is locally owned and locally managed with the support of our experienced team at ROC HQ.

Our experience of setting up, and running other Centres and our proven track record and high reputation with public services and partner agencies, offer local groups a real advantage and support.

Our aims

Activities

How we measure success

Our aim is to provide services which are most needed and often unavailable due to current economic cuts.

Activities vary but typically include; Foodbank, Cinema Club, Youth work, sports, IT Skills, employment skills, advice, drop-in coffee shop, Police surgery, homework club, English lessons and much more.

By keeping accurate records we know how many people use the community centre and engage with specific projects. Each project has its own aims and ways to measure the impact of each service provided.