Evidence shows cancer widens health inequalities. Albion in the Community's Brighter Outlook project provides free personalised and holistic support for people with cancer in Sussex, whatever their background. We provide equal opportunities to help people become more active and improve their health before, during and after treatment, so they can live as well as possible.
Shere Surgery & Dispensary is founded on the principle of high quality care for all and believes no-one should lose access to healthcare when they lose their home. The surgery team developed a new locally commissioned service to provide care for people experienceing homelessness in Surrey Hills, a group that is underserved by local services and often unrecognised. They have created a welcoming and non-stigmatizing environment through adapting their services they provide and have built support links with social and welfare services.
Who are Ingeus UK?
Ingeus UK delivers services to help people improve their employment, skills, health and wellbeing. Our mission is to enable better lives and we work with government and partners to drive social change and improve life chances.
We have been delivering trusted and tailored solutions for customers and communities across the UK since 1997. Our 2,000 expert team members and hundreds of local partners work collaboratively to deliver a wide range of programmes including Restart Scheme, Work and Health Programme, National Citizen Service, Access to Work Mental Health Support Services, NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme, Job Entry Targeted Support, and Commissioned Rehabilitative Services.
Ingeus UK is part of APM Group, a global human services and healthcare organisation with a network of more than 6,650 people across 10 countries.
What is the Working Well (Work and Health Programme) (WWWHP)?
The Working Well (Work and Health Programme) provides support for jobseekers with disabilities and health conditions.
It is commissioned by the Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA) and the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), and partly funded by the European Social Fund (ESF).