There are nine projects offering support in many different areas, meeting a wide range of needs:
Some of the projects will support you into work, training, further education or advise on volunteering opportunities.
Visit our directory of Employability providers
Other projects will support you with financial help and advice.
Visit our directory of Financial help providers
And because our providers all work together and are familiar with of all of the other projects, they are happy to recommend other providers that can support you. You can get support from as many providers as you need, so that all of your needs can be met.
Some of our projects are tailored to young people, e.g. school leavers. You might be looking for your first job, training course or volunteering opportunity. Or you might need advice on money matters such as rent or benefits. It can be difficult to work out how to get started, but there’s plenty of help and advice from our providers.
View the projects that support young people
Many of our projects provide support to you if you’re an adult (aged 25-64) and you’re facing barriers to unemployment (e.g. being long-term unemployed). Or you may need financial support with issues such as debt or benefits.
View the projects that support adults
You might be finding it hard to get into work, or sort out financial problems, if you are dealing with mental or long-term physical health problems. Our providers understand this and will help you to deal with your health issues in a supportive, positive way. This will help you to move forward into work, training or volunteering opportunities.
View the projects that support you if you have a health issue
If you’d like support from our Employability or Financial providers, check out our two directories of providers who will be happy to help you.