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Employment support for those with mental health challenges

Employment support for those with mental health challenges

Healthy Minds Bucks


Healthy Minds Bucks provides support for people who are experiencing a common mental health problem(s) and have employment-related issues. This applies whether you are currently employed, off sick from work or unemployed and looking to find work.

Delivered by Richmond Fellowship's Employment Advisors as part of the Healthy Minds Bucks team, the service:

  • helps people regain employment
  • helps people retain employment

Visit the Healthy Minds website for more information >

Buckinghamshire Mind


The Buckinghamshire Mind Employment Service provides guidance and support through courses aimed at increasing confidence, CV writing and employment skills.

The service provides support with employment forms and applications, preparation of a CV, interview techniques and advice with addressing the sometimes difficult issue of disclosing a previous illness.

Visit the Buckinghamshire Mind website for more information >

The Oasis Partnership Employment Pathway 


The Oasis Partnership run a well-established education, training, employment and volunteer program, running alongside a wide variety of wellbeing and community enhancement projects. The Oasis Partnership can support people in the community of Chesham and Amersham (the Chilterns area) free of charge. 

Find out more >

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