We can help you
Led by Cumbria CVS, the BBO-GCtW project is delivered through a partnership of 4 local organisations across South Cumbria who can provide advice and support tailored to your needs. Please check what all partners have to offer and choose the one(s) most appropriate to your needs.
Cumbria CVS is the lead organisation on BBO-GCtW, and is passionate about the aims of the project and is committed to creating sustainable change and equality. We will support partners in the project delivery through supporting key workers, liaising with funders, preparing project and contract documentation, collating results and case studies and overseeing publications and marketing.
Right2Work provides real work placements, 1-1 job coaching support, confidence building, employer support, friendly help and advice from qualified staff providing employment support for over 20 years.
Contact: Ann Williams
T: 01539 885055
Locations: Kendal and Furness
Women's Community Matters can support people on the GCtW programme with 1-1 support, self-esteem and confidence building courses and tailored support for clients with individual needs.
T: 01229 311102
Cumbria Drug and Alcohol Advisory Service (Cadas) provides 1-1 therapeutic support, Acu-stimulation, groups support, educational workshops and parent/carer/family support.
Contact: Clare Rogan
T: 0300 1114002