Thrive Into Work
What it is:
The Thrive into Work programme is an experimental trial that will test a new employment support service for people with a mental health and/or physical health condition in primary and community care. The trial aims to find out how good this new service is at helping people to find work.
Too many people with health issues and disabilities are out of work. The purpose of this trial is to try and get these people into work.
Appropriate and fulfilling work can help people to:
Quickly and effectively recover from a mental illness (if they have one) or find new ways to manage their health condition
Become financially independent
Build social connections and support networks
Improve general health and wellbeing
What is included in this service:
One-to-one support for your employment goals
Working with your health care team in primary and community care to help you manage any difficulties
Benefits advice to find out if work could increase your income
Help finding a job if you are not in paid employment, and continued support once you have started.
Meetings over the phone or in person at a location that is convenient for you
There are at least 125,000 people in the West Midlands who are out of work with a disability or health issue, mostly due to a mental health issue or musculoskeletal condition (such as back pain).
The trial is testing a new type of job support for people who have a health condition and/or a disability, and are out of work and want a job.
At Better Pathways we will be working with people in the Sandwell and West Birmingham area.
If you think this would be of interest to you or someone that you know, register on the link below today.
If you want to find out more about Thrive Into Work email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Upcoming Events 2019:
Tuesdays from 1pm-4pm – Drop-in sessions at Aston Pride Community Health Centre
Wednesdays from 1pm-4pm – Drop in at Broadway Health Centre
Thursdays from 9am-12:30pm – Perry Barr Job Centre