Support Staffordshire are involved in a number of projects both countywide and in individual districts:
- Community & Voluntary Transport
- Connecting Communities (C2)
- Get Together Groups
In the last five years SARH has seen a huge increase in the number of customers that have chosen to find a home, pay rent, report a repair and get in touch via www.sarh.co.uk and e-mail or contact them via their Freephone number.
They have reviewed the numbers of customers visiting the SARH facility at Greyfriars and following a period of consultation and taking customers views into consideration, the decision was made to close this facility on Friday 29th January.
Bromford are offering a series of drop-in sessions in Cannock for job seekers who need assistance with writing their CV, training, are considering volunteering, or need guidance on making a career change.
Anyone is invited to attend.
Support Staffordshire are represented on the following Boards and Networks:-
Announcement from The Building Better Opportunities Team at the Big Lottery Fund:-
'Please find attached the recently updated timeline for the Round two, Stage one decisions: BBO - Round two Stage one timelines.pdf
The Disability Solutions West Midlands and Macmillan Cancer Support partnership are seeking to recruit into two positions.
Scoping Lead for the LGBT Cancer Services Pilot for Staffordshire
A Scoping Lead is required to shape and undertake a scoping project to determine the support needs of people who are lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgender (LGBT) whose lives have been affected by cancer.
A new work club is starting in the bright and welcoming new Stafford Library at Place 1. Support Staffordshire is running the work club on Monday mornings from 7th December between 10am to 12pm.
To better support young people who are furthest away from the job market, Talent Match has employed 3 brand new employment coaches.
Their coaches will be working on a more intense one to one basis with young people; offering an array of support opportunities to progress them on their journey to sustainable employment.
Through their “test & learn” approach they discovered that some young people need extra support in addition to their fabulous volunteer mentors.