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Action Towards Inclusion is a £7.4 million project in York, North Yorkshire and East Riding over the next 3 years which is part of the national Building Better Opportunities programme, funded by the Big Lottery Fund and European Social Fund.
It will see 60+ organisations engage with and provide mentoring and support around health, finances and skills to 2,000 of the most disadvantaged individuals in the community experiencing a range of complex challenges.
Participants will be economically inactive or unemployed and through the project we will support individuals to overcome barriers and move closer towards employment as well as addressing a range of social issues such as poverty and social exclusion.
How will it work?
Long-term mentoring support will be provided by Keyworkers and specific intervention activities will be delivered by Intervention Partners. The combination of this will enable individuals to overcome barriers and move closer to job-search, training, education and employment.
Who is the project for?
People who are economically inactive (80%) and people who are unemployed (20%).
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Where is Action Towards Inclusion being delivered?
This project will be delivered by a partnership of over 60 locally-based organisations all across the York, North Yorkshire and East Riding LEP area. Our Keyworkers based in Northallerton, Richmond and Selby will be providing one-to-one support and we will also be providing intervention activities around Debt, Financial Capability and Voluteering.
How to get in touch
For more information or to get involved please contact 01748 823862 or 01609 776551