We work for people in many ways in many communities. On this page, you can see a variety of case studies, including many from our service users across our specialities.
Recovery is possible for everyone and anyone
Neil was has improved his confidence and been supported into further training by the Moving On Tyne & Wear project
Olive has worked for [Humankind] as a Support Worker in the Innovation Project as part of the Moving On Tyne and Wear project since April 2017. The Innovation Project supports people aged 50+ across Tyne and Wear who are out of work due to complex health issues and other barriers to get back into training, volunteering, or employment.
Moving On Tyne & Wear supported this service user after she suffered a serious physical assault, which had a devastating effect on her health and wellbeing, resulting in job loss
Louisa says: “I qualified as a Social Worker July 2013 and began working for [Humankind] in September 2013, as a Support Worker for Step2 Project. When the project came to an end, I was offered a position within our Independent Living Unit.
Bev is doing well at The Greens
Charlotte Frary gives back to North Yorkshire Horizons
Paul Hobson offers moving testimony on recovery with North Yorkshire Horizons
Craig Bosomworth gives a talk about the services provided by the Northalerton, North Yorkshire Horizons hub.
Service user Bernice talks about her experience with North Yorkshire Horizons
North Yorkshire Horizons service user Bernice talks about her recommendation of the service.
Vulnerability reduced, improved relationships with friends and family
Darlington Positive Support Pathway help young services users in secure accommodation and new beginning.
Natalie Dewy works for Humankind as a navigator for the Moving On Tyne and Wear project