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Mental Health Support at Work

Mental Health Support at Work

Did you know that you can get support with your mental health at work through Access to Work? Able Futures and Remploy deliver the Access to Work Mental Health Support Service on behalf of the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP).

The service offers

  • employees and apprentices access to a mental health professional for up to nine months for personalised advice and guidance to help their mental health
  • help for the individual to understand and use a wide variety of tools and techniques which can support them in their journey to better mental health
  • advice on simple reasonable adjustments in the workplace that could be implemented to help individuals fulfil their role
  • a step-by-step support plan for individuals to follow, helping them to get back on track
  • support provided in an appropriate environment, in respect of the individual’s wishes

This service is a government funded programme which focuses on offering support to staff with their mental health and well-being concerns, it is confidential and free to use.

To find out more visit Able Futures or Remploy.


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