Workability

“They told me I wouldn’t walk again. But Heather had faith in me: that I would not only walk again, but work again.”

Ben, Workability Service User

Workability

“They told me I wouldn’t walk again. But Heather had faith in me: that I would not only walk again, but work again.”

Ben, Workability Service User

Workability offers specialist employment and training support throughout West Sussex. We help people to improve their own lives by working with them to explore their options and enabling them to make decisions about work, courses and developing new skills

If you want to contact Workability for any reason, please click here.

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Of utmost importance for many of our clients is to have structure to their week, connections to others and to have a purpose in life – as a result, money is often not the priority. Many tell us Workability is the first place where they have felt valued and made to feel they can contribute to their families and communities.

Recent research showed that over 90% of people supported into work through Workability are still in employment 2 years later.

Workability provides one-to-one support, with practical help and guidance to help people to achieve their goals. We link with employers and other support services to ensure people get high quality and support appropriate to them

If you would like to get in touch please feel free to use the contact form, give us call on 01903 730044 or email us at workability@impact-initiatives.org.uk

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“After ten years without a job , I thought I would never work again; it was scary. I have a long-term health condition but Workability were brilliant at reminding me to take one step at a time. For me the difference is not just about money, it’s about going to work and helping other people.”

Viv, Administrator for Workability and Advocacy

“After talking to staff at the drop ins, I am now more confident applying for jobs and attending interviews”

Kayleigh, YPC Service User

“I don’t know where I would be if I hadn’t gone to Stopover. It was the first place ever I could call home and feel safe, and that someone cared about whether I came home or not.”

Chloe, Ex-Stopover Resident

“I love coming to WASP; there is always loads to eat and we never get shouted at. We have to stick to the rules and, mostly, we do. Garry always asks me if I have done well at school today”

Dan, Aged 9

Each year, we help over 6,000 people across Sussex. By donating today, you enable us to help even more. Thank you.