CAP Money is a simple, yet highly effective money management course that teaches people budgeting skills and a cash-based system that really works. This course will help anyone to get more in control of their finances, so they can save, give and prevent debt.
The first course session starts 26th October, followed by two further sessions 2nd and 9th November, the location being Nantwich Methodist Church, Hospital Street, Nantwich, CW5 5RP. All sessions start at 10.00am. Numbers are limited to 8 to meet Covid distancing rules and to deliver an effective course to the delegates. It is planned to hold 3 further courses over the next 12 months, the next course starting 25th January 2022 at the same location. Please sign up online at https://www.capmoney.org/ or by contacting me, Mike Petman, key lead money coach at
LISA GORDON has a wealth of knowledge in strategic and operational planning within Adult Health & Social Care. Experienced in delivering projects to vulnerable adults in Cheshire, she also gives extensive support to adults on a 1-2-1 basis. This includes providing confidential information and assistance for those in need of support to maintain their independence and to help make informed choices. With 10 years experience in supporting young people with Autism, she prides herself on helping individuals and families in difficult situations.
Financial support and advice, including:
Personal Independence Payment (PIP)
Disability related benefits
Lasting Power of Attorney
Dealing with the affairs of the deceased
New Leaf is an employability incentive programme supporting individuals who live in Warrington and Cheshire aged between 16-65 who are currently not in employment. We are made up of 18 partnership organisations and each individual partner has their own specialist support service to help people overcome barriers to work, with an holistic approach.
We can support people with a range of services ranging from disability, mental health, education and training, job searching, retraining, substance misuse, self-employment, criminal justice sector and money advice. The programme runs for approximately 6 months per person, however that camn be extended when required, participants are assigned their own personal professional mentor and if more support is required i.e. mental health support, mentors will complete referrals to those partner organisations to offer additional support, providing a wraparound service.
NEW LEAF LEAFLET
Eligibility Criteria :
Referral Pathway – our referral form is online. Participants can self-refer by visiting our website and filling in the referral form. You can email email@example.com
Everyone on New Leaf has access to a Money Advice Worker who will help you make the most of your income.
We can also support you with:
If you are struggling to make ends meet, sign up to New Leaf today.
Money, Bills, Benefits and Debt Advice covering the Nantwich and Rural area.
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