Services to help those with care and support needs with training, work experience, employment and how to prepare for work as well as volunteering opportunities
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A plant nursery providing work rehabilitation in a supportive environment for adults with severe and enduring mental illness. Volunteers benefit greatly from having purpose, meaning and structure in their lives, a crucial step in restoring self-esteem and dignity.
- Cherry Tree Nursery: 01202 593537
From our base in Bournemouth we offer specialist training provision for mixed-ability trainees. We offer pre-employment programmes of learning across sectors including catering & hospitality, administration, leisure and IT to improve skills, confidence, health and employability.
- Crumbs: 01202 519320
This free session is a fantastic opportunity for individuals of mixed-abilities to gain a unique insight into the professional training and support available at Crumbs. You can gain valuable experience of working within a professional catering environment. We welcome trainees aged 18+ from a variety of backgrounds, including those who have experienced mental health issues, learning disabilities, acquired brain injury or stabilized addiction.
- Crumbs - Cook and Learn Workshops: 01202 519320
Learn new skills and prepare for work by growing fruit and vegetables for the local community.
- King's Park Allotment Project: 01202 452755
Links to Work is a voluntary programme that offers a unique service in which you can choose your own tailored support package to help you get back into the world of work.
- Links to Work: 0800 917 9262
Shaw Trust is a national charity that helps people facing disadvantage into work, gain skills and take control of their futures.
- Shaw Trust: 0300 30 33 111
Tomorrow's People is working in to support people who suffer from long term health issues return to work.
- Tomorrow's People - Impact Programme: