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Welfare Reform - What will the Coalition government do to support vulnerable people to be economically and socially independent?
The Crisis Welfare Network (formerly the WILLOW project) is a national programme that is investigating how the Government’s welfare to work strategies are either helping or hindering vulnerable people into employment and/or training. As part of a national programme of events, Michael Fothergill, the Network’s Project Manager, will be holding an event (including a networking lunch) with Brighter Futures, to look at the Government’s proposals to support people who are furthest from the labour market into suitable and sustainable employment.
The event will be held in Stoke-on-Trent on Friday 30 September, running from 9:30am, for a 10am start and finishing by 2:30pm. It will be hosted at The Bridge Centre, Birches Head Road, Stoke-on-Trent, ST2 8DD.
To book a place at this event please click on the link below. You can also find more information about the event in the reports section of this website.
Do you use The Clubhouse Network? Do you have ideas of things you’d like to see happening or comments to make about the service? Why not join us at our focus group meeting next week! The group will be meeting at The American Clubhouse, Waterloo Road, Burslem on Tuesday 16th August between 12pm - 1pm. To find out more call 01782 835220.
ECHO is a Brighter Futures service which provides support for people who have experience of self harm. Yesterday the team and customers celebrated the groupâ€™s 11th birthday by holding an invitation only viewing for their fantastic art exhibition which is being held at The Observatory, Hillcrest Street, Hanley. The art work has been produced solely by ECHO customers and is on display there until the end of August. If you would like to find out more about ECHO and how it could help you or someone you know please call ECHO House on 01782 683192. If you would like to visit the exhibition or would like to find out more about our art groups please call 01782 835220. Click the link to read the article in today’s Sentinel.