Love London Working - Clarion Futures

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Our aim

Love London Working aims to recruit 28,000 unemployed and economically inactive Londoners and place 8,000 into employment. The programme has successfully supported 19,500 customers and helped over 6,000 into employment over 3 years from 2016.

How we can support

We offer a range of support including training opportunities, financial support and help developing key skills such IT. In addition to this we provide support with CV writing, job applications and interview practice.

What We Do

Participants will be engaged directly under the Love London Working programme through the network of relationships the partners have with local organisations in deprived areas, such as mental health trusts, schools and community centres.

To reduce barriers to employment and enable full access to participation in the project, participants will receive counselling and support related to mental health and family issues, health and lifestyle advice and well-being.

Who we are

Love London Working is a partnership of 9 housing associations based in London seeking to progress those in long-term unemployment and economic inactivity into work.

The partnership have extensive presence in many of the most deprived communities in London, communities with significantly higher than average concentrations of people with disabilities, single parents, those from minority ethnic communities and those over 50 and not working. They will use this unique reach to engage participants in a journey to work that begins with an individual assessment followed by guidance throughout a programme of proven support models addressing each participants’ barriers to work.

Service access criteria: ~This is an example listing. Please do not refer.~ Must be over the age of 16, live in London, be unemployed
Connecting with others
Getting active
Healthy lifestyle
Day to day helping hand
Helping with money
Information and advice
Transport and getting around
Mental health
Support with housing
Support with employment
Support for carers
Managing a long-term health condition
Basic necessities (food/clothes)
Arts and creativity
Connecting with nature
Youth support
Social prescribing
Additional needs catered for:
Vision impairment friendly
Hearing impairment friendly
Wheelchair accessible
Learning difficulty friendly
Physical disability friendly
Dementia friendly
Takes place in the client’s home
Non English speaking friendly
Waiting list (weeks): 1
Key words - separate with a comma: Employment, support, training opportunities, financial support, development, skills