No matter your age, gender or background, we are all vulnerable to mental health issues. There are a wide range of conditions, Depression, Anxiety, Bipolar, PTSD and Addiction just to name a few.
We are committed to helping people who struggle with their mental health as you should not fight this alone, together we can help you achieve stability in your life and offer support that helps you maintain employment and stability.
In The workplace
You're In Good Hands
One of the most crucial factors in supporting any mental health condition is to understand the condition itself.
We are strong believers that many mental health illnesses are misunderstood in the workplace. With our help you can be sure that we understand, we have supported hundreds of people, 80% of whom have remained in work with our support.
How we support you
Case-UK are currently delivering the DWP's access to work programme -
Able Futures Mental Health Support Services in the workplace.
To ensure we deliver the best support available for you, an initial assessment is carried out that helps us better understand your needs. A Vocational Rehabilitation Consultant (VRC) will support you to produce a 9-month plan complete with personalised objectives aimed at alleviating stress and providing them with mental health coping techniques that can be utilised in a range of environments including the workplace.
Each Plan is tailored to the individual but the goal of sustaining employment and independence is our main focus for all service users.
We will continue to support you by arranging monthly contact through face-to-face, telephone, and digital sessions (e.g Zoom, Teams, Skype, Text, Email) whilst also providing a number that you can contact should you need to get in touch with your VRC.
Throughout your support period, you will continuingly review progress against your agreed objectives with your VRC. Any changes in your circumstances will be incorporated into your support which will help you see the positive journey and progress you have made.
Am I Eligible?
Are you aged 16 or over?
Are you in work, on an apprenticeship, about to start work or furloughed?
Do you live in Wales or South West England?
Do you have mental health difficulties that impact your work?
If you are not eligible for our support service
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