A Pathway to Work
A Pathway to Work
Homeless or who are vulnerably housed
Have mental health issues
Experiencing domestic abuse
Current or ex-offenders
With the aim of helping them resolve their complex needs and become socially and economically included through access to education, training and employment. Each person will be allocated a locally based ‘Navigator’ who will support them to achieve their goals in partnership with existing support agencies where they are already involved.
Full Birth Certificate
Letter from the Job Centre that includes NI number and DOB
Interpretation and translation
One off items to help you meet your support plan goals.
Specialist counselling services
Bite size learning and training opportunities focusing on personal development, wellbeing, employment and maintaining your home
Acorn Training provides high-quality training courses across a number of subject areas ranging from Accounting to Hairdressing.
Acorn supports the participant into employment, by working with the individual and perspective employers
See more on Acorn’s website, click here
Awaaz aims to be the voice for all BME communities, focusing on mental health, wellbeing and community engagement.
Participants at Awaaz can engage in support without language barriers, since Awaaz staff are multilingual.
The services on offer range from one-to-one culturally specific advocacy to floating support and budget management.
See more on Awaaz’s website, click here
Derby YMCA provides support in a number areas including training courses, health and wellbeing, family work and hospitality.
The support provided aims to equip the individual with the resources needed to build confidence, gain skills, move towards employment and live independently.
See more on Derby YMCA’s website, click here
Derbyshire Law Centre offers personal advice and assistance to participants. Their objective is to achieve equal access to justice for all sections of the community by providing legal services in social welfare law in the Derbyshire area.
Derbyshire Law Centre also have specialist counselling services and programs of bite sized courses to develop confidence, independence and wellbeing.
See more on Derbyshire Law Centre’s website, click here
Derventio Housing Trust is a national housing association that assists people who are homeless or who are experiencing issues with mental health, learning disabilities or poor health, to provide them with the resources to lead stable and independent lives.
The support provided can range from pre-tenancy training, to emotional support, to one to one advice and mentoring.
See more on Derventio’s website, click here
Double Impact helps around 1000 people a year, specialising in supporting those that are experiencing drug addiction and substance misuse.
Double Impact offer a range of services encompassing educational groups, courses to build self-esteem and employment skills, housing support and safe places for people to socialise and support each other.
See more on Double Impact’s website, click here
Emmanuel House exists to support homeless, vulnerable or isolated adults in and around Nottingham.
It welcomes around 2,000 people each month, many of whom have complex and multiple needs.
Emmanuel House provides further support and services including advice and advocacy around tenancies, benefits, mental health support, training and workshops, drug & alcohol support, a daily nurse and a core programme of social activities. It also has an onsite charity shop, which brings in much needed income and is a place for service users to gain first hand work experience.
Framework offers a range of support services designed to help people with mental health difficulties, drug and alcohol problems, offenders, vulnerable women and families in relation to homelessness.
In house support services range from education (to equip the participant with the skills to live independently), floating support, supported accommodation, one-on-one mentoring and street outreach work.
See more on Frameworks’ website, click here
Improving Lives specialises in supporting adults with complex health and social needs. The support offered ranges from assistance with paperwork e.g. bills and applications, to combating isolation through befriending services.
Improving Lives are committed to helping the participant until they get the solution they need.
See more on Improving Lives’ website, click here
NNRF works with and for refugees and asylum seekers in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire.
NNRF provide a welcoming community centre that offers specialised advice, support and friendship to refugees and asylum seekers. In addition, NNRF also offer advocating services in cases of injustice and hardship, as well as programmes to develop confidence, skills and knowledge.
See more on NNRF’s website, click here
Notts YMCA offer courses that encompass the passions of youth development, healthy living and social responsibility.
As well as courses, Notts YMCA provides housing services and activities to develop the mind, body and spirit of individuals, families and communities, and improve health and well-being for all.
See more on Notts YMCA’s website, click here
RCAN Promote economic inclusion and development across rural Nottinghamshire, by addressing issues of inequality, social exclusion and vulnerability targeting people based in rural communities.
RCAN remove barriers to jobs, services, learning and leisure, through activities, influence and advocacy. Promoting healthy rural communities through projects, education and promotion.
See more on RCAN’s website, click here
Riverside are a major provider of affordable housing, care and support services in England.
Riverside specialise in delivering care and support for older people, those at risk of homelessness and people facing significant challenges in life.
Riverside aids individuals by offering services to help sustain tenancies, this includes money advice, employment support and general guidance.
See more on Riverside website, click here
Women’s aid is a charity that works with women, children and teens who have been affected by domestic abuse.
Women’s aid offers one to one support, crisis support and drop-ins as well as healthy relationship programs (The Freedom Programme)
See more on the Women’s Aid website, click here
Nottingham Women’s centre enables women in Nottinghamshire to reach their full potential, have their voices heard and overcome barriers to creating a better future for themselves and their children.
The Women’s Centre provides, advice, guidance, counselling, safe spaces to meet, as well as courses and activities.
See more on the Women’s Centre website, click here
Women’s work support over 750 women each year. Providing a range of support services to improve the lives of women and their children.
Women’s work delivers the Freedom Program and a parenting programme to improve parenting skills, family and relationships.
Women’s work also offers English and Maths courses with the hope of empowering women to develop resilience and practical skills, so they can move on, develop support networks and can live confident fulfilling lives.
See more on the Women’s Work website, click here