A service for women over 17 who have had experience of the criminal justice system or are at risk of reoffending, interested in learning or developing creative skills through theatre-based courses.
Hillside Clubhouse – Mental Health Working
A service for people over 16 with a disability or health condition as defined by the Equality Act, who are leaving education, or who feel their job may be at risk because of their disability or health condition. The service provide 1:1 and group support, online employment support services including live chat with an employment advisor, online forums, and online tools to develop skills.
Urban Growth (Jobs in Mind)
A service for London residents, aged 18 or over, with a history of mental health problems, who have appropriate mental health support in place. The service can provide training in organic food growing and therapeutic support to individuals with mental health problems so they can gain the skills, confidence and stability to facilitate their mental health recovery, personal and vocational development.
WRAP – Work Related Assertiveness Project (Jobs in Mind)
A service for Camden & Islington residents, aged 16-25, with low self-esteem and confidence, who are committed to gain mainstream education, training or employment. The service can provide support with confidence building; personal development; support into training, work placements and paid employment; European Computer Driving License qualification; career planning and guidance.