Directory of Services
We run Confidence for Change programmes for those with mental ill health and unemployed or with a low income. These are group workshops or one to one coaching run around the county. Currently we have moved this work virtually. Our work is designed
We will support everyone - who needs our help: Food and essentials Listening, support over the phone Dog walking Post Making a friendships Etc. We are here - to support you.
From: Tue; 12 January 2021To: Thu; 18 February 2021
You will learn what is meant by the term 'mental health' and think about the definition and causes of mental health difficulties. You will explore common perceptions of mental health difficulties and how stereotyping can affect people's perceptions.
Barrere House, 100 Chesterton Road, Cambridge
Cambridgeshire, Peterborough and South Lincolnshire Mind (CPSL Mind) is a values-based, county-wide mental health charity. Everything we do is underpinned by our core values of respect, empowerment, inclusivity, integrity, courage and compassion. We
The WEA (Workers Education Association) in Cambridgeshire is part of a national adult education charity. We provide courses for adults which support our special mission to provide educational opportunities to those facing social and economic
Unit 5, Park Farm Workshops, Wood Lane, Ramsey,
Gauntlet is a registered charity whose aim is to teach motorcycle and quad bike riding and mechanical skills, in a safe environment, to young people aged 11-16. Sat 10.00am-12.30pm or groups can be catered for at other times by arrangement.
Sat; 16 January 202111:00am to 3:00pm
This course will give you the confidence to sign up to any kind of online learning. It's suitable for people with no previous experience of studying online. It will help you use a range of online learning tools like Zoom and Canvas, and will support
We're a Good Neighbourhood scheme set up for the village and community of Colne and the surrounding area
16-17 St Mark's Street. Peterborough
Citizens Advice Peterborough (CAP) is a charity, established in 1967; to serve local people, providing free advice for the problems they face, as well as working to improve the policies and practices that affect people’s lives. We are
From: Tue; 8 December 2020To: Fri; 22 January 2021
In this course you will learn about the roles and responsibilities of a community interpreter and the settings in which they work. You will also discuss the differences in public service provision between the UK and another country and learn about