Social inclusion is the process of ensuring everyone can access the services they need to participate fully in society. Click here to read more about social inclusion and how we're working to achieve it.
Examples of social inclusion projects:
Social prescribing helps people improve their health and wellbeing by connecting them with a range of groups, activities and services. Our social prescribing team has created a directory of local support services and community groups.
We are running an online awareness event, in partnership with The Beacon Counselling Trust, to highlight the impact of gambling. The event will be held on November 17, from 10am to 12 noon via Zoom. Register for the event here.
Well Whitehaven is a community regeneration project. It brings together partners from different sectors with children and communities to help them realise their ambitions and create a positive impact for future generations. Click here to find out more about Well Whitehaven.
The Copeland Work and Skills Programme
Winter Support Advice Sessions
We are hosting a number of support sessions this winter to help with issues such as finances, housing and age-related services. They're running every Tuesday and Thursday in February, and refreshments will be provided.
Find the full list of times and attendees here.
Help with the cost of living
Cumbria County Council have set up a page compiling advice on the cost of living crisis, read it here.
Our help and support leaflet can also be accessed here.