About Back to Work services
For many, having a job and being involved in the local community is important to mental wellbeing, with work (paid or volunteering), helping people to feel good about themselves.
At Working Well, we support clients re-build their career, and/or start new ones, at a pace that suits them. Our trained staff work collaboratively with clients to find training and other opportunities to build new skills and confidence, as well as support clients with finding and applying for roles that interest them. We working with clients at every stage.
A tailored employment service for clients based in Enfield who want to gain paid employment or support to retain a job.Find out more
Tower Hamlets IPS
A tailored employment service for clients based in Tower Hamlets who want to gain paid employment or support to retain a job.Find out more
Kingston supported employment services
Our Kingston service specialises in supporting individuals who are neurodiverse and/or have learning disabilities to find volunteering, training and employment.Find out more
Upskill standard employment scheme
UpSkill services works with clients to create a plan that works towards them feeling more comfortable applying for roles and ultimately securing employment.Find out more
Back to work FAQs
Below you can find our more information that is relevant to the Back to Work services available at Working Well Trust
Where are Back to Work services available?At Working Well, we have established services based in Enfield, Kingston and Tower Hamlets.
Is there a cost for using any of the services?All our services are completely free for clients to access
What does IPS Mean?IPS stands for Individual Placement Support. IPS is an employment support model based on evidence of what works to support individuals with mental health to find and retain employment. For more information on IPS please visit: https://ipsgrow.org.uk/about/what-is-ips/
What if a client doesn’t feel ready to work?Our UpSkill team supports clients to find training and volunteering opportunities needed to develop the skills essential for future employment and wellbeing. This can include partial funding for courses, support to access volunteering, apprenticeships, work experience placements, or finding free accredited training opportunities.
When happens when a client finds employment, volunteering or training?Clients are supported to maintain their employment, volunteering or training, and will be able to explore next steps with their worker.
What happens if a client is unhappy with the service?At Working Well Trust we aim to provide a quality service. However, if you are unhappy with the service you have received or how you were treated by Working Well staff you have a right to complain. All complaints will be treated with the utmost seriousness and we aim to resolve any problem as quickly as possible. The Working Well Trust’s complaints procedure is applicable to clients, staff, trustees, other organisations or individuals.
You can access our full complaints procedure here.
Hear about the impact that Working Well Trust has had on clients and stakeholders since our founding in 1992.
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Our other services
In work support
The In Work Service supports employers to overcome some of the challenges posed by poor workplace mental health.
Social Enterprise is about prioritising communal impact alongside making a profit. At Working Well, we empower clients to develop confidence and valuable skills, all while supporting the local economy.Find out more
Starting a business
Our support offerings include email consultation, one to one support with emails, face to face meetings, funding advice, resource & application advice, business plan development, and more.Find out more