Manchester Mind is working collaboratively to help the young people who are most likely to face crisis – This is a partnership project to provide advice to 18 to 25-year-olds who have mental health problems, are disabled and/or are homeless. Manchester Mind are recruiting someone to have lead responsibility for this exciting Big Lottery Funded Programme.
Manchester Mind takes a more collaborative view of all service design and delivery. This includes working alongside colleagues with complementary skills and knowledge, recognising people as experts in their own experience, and working with other specialist agencies and groups.
Manchester Mind are seeking people or a person who cares about social justice and collaboration to come and work with them.
This post is funded by The Big Lottery – Help Through Crisis Fund with funding in place until 2021.
The skills and knowledge that are important are:
Advice in areas of social welfare law (benefits, debt, housing)
For further information and to apply, visit: www.manchestermind.org.