Open Door Trust

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The Open Door Trust aims to relieve hardship by developing the capacity and skills of disadvantaged members of the local community, in such a way that they are better able to identify and help meet their own needs and to participate more fully in society.

The Open Door Trust works in partnership with Christians Against Poverty to provide services that help with budgeting, looking for employment, combating life controlling habits, and a course that develops life skills.

Open Door Trust offer the following support for free. You do not need to be a Christian to take part in any programme.

Job Club
Working alongside you to lower barriers into work, including setting goals, discovering strengths and skills, writing CVs and application, and succeeding in interviews.

Money Budgeting Course
Learning tips and tools for handling your money successfully.

Kickstart Let’s talk about wellbeing series
Four-session conversation-based mental wellbeing series. The sessions covered are Healthy Eating, Handling Habits, Anxiety & Worry, and Coping with Loss.

Debt Centre
Working with you to consolidate and set out a plan, guiding and supporting you along your path.

The services and support provided are free of charge.

Contact [email protected] to find out more.

Stuart talks about how his local Job Club helped him back into work:

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