Wales – Well-being through Work

Projects and programmes addressing underlying differences in health with some health involvement

The “Well-being though Work” project is delivered in partnership between Remploy, Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board and Public Health Wales and provides early intervention health and employment services aimed at retaining people in work. The “Peer Mentoring programme” is sponsored through the Welsh Government and has been running pan-Wales since 2009. Its aim is for participants to achieve economic independence through paid work with support from Peer Mentors, many of whom have suffered from issues like substance misuse themselves.

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