Community Grants 5

The Community Grants 5 programme provides help for people in and around Hull with a mental health condition to get closer to work or training.

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Community Grants is part-funded by European Social Fund.  The aim of the fund is to help unemployed people progress towards employment through access to learning and training opportunities.

Working for Health is working with a small group during a 3-month programme, running from March 2021 until May 2021, building skills, confidence and optimism so that people can move closer to the world of work.  

This programme provides specialist Work Recovery Coaches and a Peer Worker to provide one to one support to uncover strengths and skills and to overcome any potential barriers.

Workshops will be provided either via Zoom or outdoors on our allotment and these will include job search and application support, digital skills, and techniques to reduce stress and grow in confidence and resilience.

 

Humber Learning Consortium is the lead partner, providing specialist support and training for young people to access work and learning. 
The ESF Community Grants programme is commissioned through the Education Skills Fund Agency (ESFA) and is a key investment that supports the delivery of the ESIF strategy. 
Community Grants is co-financed by the European Social Fund.

We’re here to help. Call (01482) 242808 to see how we can get you back to work.

or drop us a line at

hello@workingforhealth.co.uk

Other support

The following organisations we would recommend if you’re seeking further help and support.

Hull & East Riding Adult Mental Health Services
A service operated by Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust where you will be offered support.

Contact details
0800 138 0990

National Careers Service
Provide information, advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work.

Contact details
National Careers Service
0800 100 900

Call us (we’re open 9am - 5pm weekdays)

(01482) 242808

hello@workingforhealth.co.uk

Throughout the pandemic our first priority has been and will continue to be the wellbeing of our members, volunteers, colleagues and visitors. Consequently, in line with Government guidelines surrounding Covid-19, the offices at Working for Health are accessible by appointment only. Full details can be found on our Covid-19 page.  We remain operational and continue to offer support remotely to our members and welcome new referrals.