Jobs in Mind and SMART join up for new West London service

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We are pleased to announce that Jobs In Mind will be working in partnership with SMART (St Mary Abbots Rehabilitation and Training) to run a new employment service in West London.

This is an exciting and innovative project, will be part of the new Community Living Well service in the area which aims to build stronger links between services.  The idea is that anyone coming to the project will have ‘no wrong door’; a single plan that will remain with the individual whatever their needs.

The one year pilot project get underway this March and will be based in Kensington and Chelsea. It will help people with a range of mental health issues to find work or retain their job when they become unwell.   Employment Advisors will be working with Improved Access to Psychological Services (IAPT) therapists and GPs across the borough.

 

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