• Provide a listening ear and apply effective mentoring skills to help build client confidence and self-esteem.
• Arrange to meet the person at a convenient and appropriate location
• Update case notes
• Liaise with Positive Pathways staff team
• Familiarise self with person’s referral and assessment information
• Identify the person’s outstanding housing related issues
• Sign post, advise, refer to appropriate services
• Accompany people to appointments
• Attend initial and periodic training during the course of the role
• Support the delivery of weekly drop-in and wellbeing groups
• Support the team providing food and drinks (toast and tea/coffee) during drop-in.
We offer free training courses to members of the local community from all backgrounds to learn about domestic abuse, challenge the stereotypes surrounding it and how to listen to, believe and direct survivors to support.
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