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Admin Officer and Student Support Worker (Refugee Education) Caritas Diocese of Salford

Caritas Diocese of Salford is a Catholic social action charity that promotes social justice and delivers services, care and advocacy to support children, families and vulnerable adults, especially those affected by poverty and homelessness in Greater Manchester and Lancashire.

Caritas Refugee Education team works to accompany refugees in their journey of integration. The team do this by providing high quality language lessons, mentoring in further education and employment, alongside support for their personal development and well-being.

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15 hours per week
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Actual £6,720 per annum
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Based online / home based
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Housekeeper at Reuben's Retreat

Reuben's Retreat fantastic new activity wing, including hydrotherapy suite, changing rooms, sensory and play rooms and staff office, is due to open this summer. Reuben's Retreat already operate out of The Lodge at Reuben’s, which acts as a counselling and support centre for the families they support, and has counselling and therapy rooms, offices and a beautiful apartment.

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Approx. 15 hours per week – flexibility required (including weekend work)
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Competitive – above National Living Wage
Location: 
Glossop, High Peak
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Family mental health and wellbeing services – asset mapping

18 Feb 2021 - 13:10 by michelle.foster

surveyThe VCSE Mental Health Leadership Group is pleased to announce that, due to investment from the Health and Social Care Partnership, they will be launching a unique set of projects designed to ensure that Greater Manchester mental health VCSE can meet this current (and subsequent) surge in demand as a result of Covid-19.

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Home Office launches ‘Something’s not right’ campaign

11 Feb 2021 - 15:17 by michelle.foster

somethings not rightThe Home Office, in partnership with Childline, NSPCC, Barnardo’s, the Children’s Society, the Marie Collins Foundation and the Internet Watch Foundation, has launched a new campaign, 'Something's Not Right'. The campaign is designed to help secondary school children in England who suffered a range of harms, such as sexual and physical abuse, during lockdown. 

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Manchester Care and Repair – Big Energy Saving Network 2021

22 Jan 2021 - 11:55 by michelle.foster

manchester care and repairBig Energy Saving Network (BESN) is a community outreach project targeting vulnerable energy consumers. It aims to help people with their energy bills by encouraging them to take actions, including: switching tariff/supplier, signing up for the £140 Warm Home Discount, signing up for the Priority Services Register and taking a range measures to make their homes more energy efficient.

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Keeping Children Safe Online During Covid-19.

15 Jan 2021 - 09:40 by cheryl.mcalister

Free webinars for parents and carers across the UK.

Do the parents and carers in your school or community group need support in keeping their young people safe online during this difficult time?

Screentime amongst young people has reportedly increased by 500% so keeping young people safe online has never been more important. Online issues such as bullying, hate speech, fake news, sexual harassment and exposure to upsetting content have increased at an alarming rate during the pandemic.   

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Serious Violence Reduction Campaign – Parents and young person’s survey

14 Jan 2021 - 15:12 by michelle.foster

surveyGreater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA) and the Violence Reduction Unit (VRU) are launching a Greater Manchester-wide survey to help develop a new campaign for young people, to support them to achieve their aspirations and to not get involved in crime.

The campaign will be positive and will be developed with input from young people. It will also offer support to parents and carers to help young people get on well in life.

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