Working Well Trust was first set up in 1991 and registered as a charity in 1992. A group of mental health professionals wanted to support people return to employment. At that time very little was available so they set up what would now be called a social enterprise. New projects were developed over the years and we now work with around 300 people a year who access one or more of our services as detailed below:
Supporting people with mental health problems enter and retain employment.
THIS WEBPAGE IS IN THE PROCESS OF BEING UPDATED
Sew and Support is a vocational training social enterprise for Bangladeshi men and women who are experiencing mental health issues. Individuals learn aspects of domestic and light industrial sewing, hand embroidery, pattern making, cutting, over locking, making button holes, finishing skills, and complete commercial work for a variety of customers.
Based on Hackney Road Access Print promotes personal recovery through vocational training within a supportive commercial environment. As a Social Enterprise it does this by offering participants the opportunity to move towards mainstream training, education and employment in retail, printing and desk top publishing.