Are you unemployed? York Mind can help

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Action Towards Inclusion at York Mind

Do you want to change your situation but don’t know how or where to start? Are you finding it difficult to have the self-confidence, self-belief or skills to move into training or find work?

Action Towards Inclusion at York Mind aims to offer long-term holistic support to people who are unemployed and experiencing difficulties relating to health, social exclusion, poverty and employability skills, to help overcome these and move closer towards job-search, training, education and employment.

York Mind believes that people with mental health difficulties should get the support and respect they deserve, and work in a way which aims to encompass all aspects of a person’s life: personal, social and professional.

Through one-to-one emotional and practical support, York Mind will aim to help you identify and access support that is most meaningful to you and your situation. This may include:

  • Counselling, well-being and personal development activities
  • Financial support and advice
  • Employability skills such as English, Maths, ICT, CV writing and job searching
  • Enrolment in training
  • Volunteering and/or other work experience opportunities

You may be interested in this service if, as a result of your mental health you are unemployed and finding it difficult to have the self-confidence, self-belief or skills to move into training or find work. There is no charge for the service as it is fully funded by The National Lottery Community Fund and The European Social Fund.

For further information, or to discuss a referral, please contact Pam Wells at York Mind: ATI@yorkmind.org.uk

Tel: 01904 666752

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