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Deciding a future that's right for you

Research shows that those who are unemployed are more likely to suffer from poor mental health than those who are employed.

But what if we could change this?

Our free programmes adopt a Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) approach combined with vocational training to help people identify and overcome barriers that are preventing them from accessing employment or training.

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Our next adults and youth programmes start on 2nd April 2024

Participants on our CBT-based programmes that improve mental health outcomes
Our facilitator Michael with programme participants at Central Hall in Southampton

After finishing our programmes:

0 %
(at least) move into employment as a result of our support despite the pandemic
0 %
of people improved in self-esteem
0 %
of people improved in their self-motivation
0 %
of people became less depressed

Statistics taken from all June-October 2021 programmes.

The course was totally life changing and I will never forget anyone who was on that course with me. I was in such a rut and felt like I was so stuck. But I realised there is light at the end. I had lost hope and I found it on your course.


Before the programme I was in a very dark place, I was not feeling myself, I felt lost and very anxious of not having anywhere to go. During the programme I felt like I was learning a lot and becoming more confident to the point where I smashed a job interview and got a job.


Best part of the programme – was definitely the facilitators – their positivity was immeasurable. I started a job with Costa Coffee – my boss has been great pushing me forward and training me and I have been working really hard.


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