Community Outreach Service
We provide support to those who are vulnerable and experiencing isolation.
Funded from our own charitable reserves, this service provides support to those who are vulnerable and experiencing isolation. We provide support to people to reduce social isolation and loneliness.
Our volunteers will support people in their own homes and communities, until they are confident enough to access community groups and activities independently. Regular volunteer contact can increase a person’s positive social contacts, reducing social isolation and contributing to better mental health.
Community Outreach staff and volunteers will also be able to identify any other needs the individual may have and can signpost to internal services, such as Money Advice, or external agencies, such as befriending services.
We also deliver “pop-ups” all over the county, where we will deliver money advice and domestic abuse sessions in different venues such as food banks and churches.