Partnership Opportunities for ESF Active Inclusion in D2N2

Posted 04.12.2019

Futures and Framework are inviting organisations to express an interest to deliver in partnership on the Active Inclusion call in D2N2.

Futures are especially interested in those who deliver in Nottingham City and Derby City but would welcome interest from specialist organisations across D2N2.  They are seeking partners who can provide specialist advice in supporting people with complex needs, e.g. substance misuse, mental health factors, domestic abuse, language barriers, caring responsibilities, physical and mental disabilities and other health barriers.  The deadline to apply to the ESF Active Inclusion call is the 8th January, therefore Futures aim to have the partnership together and bid complete before the Christmas break.

Further details can be found on the Futures Expression Of Interest form.  Deadline for responses to Futures: December 16th 2019.

Framework Housing are also leading a bid under the same call, which focuses on providing support to Care Leavers, Refugees/ Migrant communities and those with learning disabilities. The programme of support is to be called ‘Live, Train, Work for your Future’. All staff will be trained in trauma-informed approaches, which will help to address the individual barriers and challenges faced by each individual. They will be supported with these challenges and then will be encouraged into volunteering (and employment, if appropriate). If you are interested in delivering under this bid, please contact Claire Eden; Head of Business Development and Employment at claire.eden@frameworkHA.org or call: 0115 97059549. M:07805 201798.

Deadline for responses to Framework Housing: December 6th 2019.

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