Part of our work is about supporting those who might be living with poor mental health. We do this in a variety of ways:
- Through the great friendships built at our Men in Sheds group
- Through our sociable programmes in the Re:Use store and elsewhere
- Through direct keyworker support, we can refer you to others
- Through offering coaching and mentoring through our Women’s Work programme
- Through providing volunteering opportunities at Community Works
One to One Support
We currently also offer one to one Key Worker support on our Improving Lives, Thriving at Work and Access Towards Inclusion programmes.
These programmes are designed to deliver packages of support to adults who are either unemployed or in employment, or for those that feel that they are underemployed and would like support to personally develop and build their C.V.
Participants can access IT support and IAG support with benefits, employment or they can be ‘signposted’ to other support agencies.
The programme also offers vocational and academic accredited training from E3 to L3 depending on the individual need.