Finchale is an, independent charity providing specialist progression support for people with multiple and complex barriers to employment.
Providing support services for the Armed Forces Families throughout the North East.
Finchale’s Health Training & Work is holistic and integrated to enable progression to employment for those who are excluded and isolated due to multiple disadvantages.
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If you join us you will become part of a diverse, vibrant community of talented staff, motivated to provide the best possible experience for our clients.
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Finchale has an enviable record in achieving sustained employment progression for our clients. Our case-managed services are bespoke to address all the barriers individual clients are experiencing.
Long periods of unemployment combined with problems such as: debt, poor mental health, addiction or offending can lead to isolation, a lack of confidence and poor personal and social skills.
Some people experience housing problems, whether that is homelessness, sofa surfing or difficulties in keeping stable accommodation due to debt or other factors.
The experiences of one family member can have an impact on all members of that family group and it’s often ineffective to support one person without taking into account the context of family.
We’re not all clinical practitioners at Finchale but we do help individuals to address and manage their health issues with the aim of reducing their dependency on health interventions and medication.
Any substance abuse, be it alcohol or drugs or addictions to these and gambling, can lead to many other issues such as: unemployment, crime, poor health or homelessness.
It is easy to get into debt as a result of individual budgeting, family demands or a lack of knowledge about the benefits system; this can lead to many other issues.