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Moving On Tyne & Wear

What we do

We support people in Tyne and Wear who are aged 18+ and out of work due to physical and/or mental health issues. We also help our participants address other barriers, such as long-term unemployment, debt, low skills, or housing issues, through one-to-one support

From 2017-2019, we will work with over 1,600 people to help them gain personal stability, learn to manage their health, and get closer to work.

How we can help

We help our participants to build on their strengths and aspirations, using the skills and expertise of our leading charity partners. We are committed to making a real and lasting change in Tyne and Wear.

Our support includes:

  • one-to-one support
  • advice on health and wellbeing
  • sign-posting to relevant local services
  • access to training, including funding support
  • volunteering opportunities
  • work placements and trials
  • support with job searching, application forms, CV writing, and job interview skills
  • peer mentor programmes
  • self-employment advice

Any benefits you are currently receiving will not be affected by engaging with our programme.

Read more about how we can work together.

 

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