All these resources have been carefully selected to bring you the information you need to get through the redundancy process and move on to the next stage of your journey. Please note there will be charges for some services - be sure to mention you found their details on this page and they might offer a discount!
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Mental Health & Wellbeing
Time To Change - Mental health campaigning, advocacy, resources and employer training, guidance on how to support others with mental ill health
Heads Together - mental health support and campaigning
Mind.org - mental health charity
Wish Cards & Gifts - card resources for mindfulness, anxiety and overall wellbeing
Everybody's A Somebody - mental health coach
Everyday Hypnotherapy - mindset training, helping with anxiety and PTSD
Living Your Learning - mindset training and personal development
Marian's Holistic Therapies - sleep and reflexology for wellbeing
Darwin Training Solutions - mental health first aid and training (violence, PTSD, anxiety, depression)
Funding, grants and benefits - Save money & Planning for the Future
Step Change - debt help
If not a member of a trade union you can hire a mediator; some are helping free of charge as they are backed by the local authority, or costs are paid by your employer.
Career and Skills
VIDEOS - Jobseeker support, Labour market info, Future-proofing your career
FurLearn - supporting furloughed workers and job seekers
Princes' Trust 18-30 yrs
Pensions and later life
U3A - University of the Third Age - The 'third age' is defined by a time in your life (not necessarily chronological) where you have the opportunity to undertake learning for its own sake. There is no minimum age, but a focus on people who are no longer in full-time employment or raising a family.