Richmond Fellowship provides specialist mental health employment services across the country.
We support individuals to regain meaningful employment, training, education or volunteering opportunities that are right for them.
If an individual is already employed, our team can them to manage and retain current employment. We can help people in communicating with employers to make reasonable adjustments and provide the support needed to better manage mental wellbeing at work.
Community Based Support
Richmond Fellowship runs a number of community based services, supporting people living with mental ill health to build their confidence and self-esteem and help them to develop links within their community.
We work on an individual basis to tackle any barriers stopping individuals from living a fulfilling life. We provide holistic support in all areas affecting wellbeing including employment, finances, accommodation and social activities.
A key aspect of our community based services is that they're delivered in partnership with peer support workers, who have lived experience of mental ill health. They use their own personal experiences of recovery to provide crucial support and expertise to everyone we work with.
Richmond Fellowship provides a number of supported housing services across the country, helping people transition from a residential recovery setting to independent living in their own homes.
Our services provide people with a safe and warm home as well as access to support from Richmond Fellowship's team of highly trained recovery workers. We work on a one-to-one basis to help develop the skills and confidence of an individual to move on to independent living in the community.