Cyfle Cymru Newsletter
THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE with a history of drug and alcohol misuse and mental health issues will be given fresh life chances by a new employability scheme backed by EU funds and the Welsh Government. Cyfle Cymru will provide peer mentoring, training and confidence-building life skills for some of the most vulnerable people in Wales, helping them to get into work or take steps towards employment. The programme is part of the Out of Work Service which marks an investment of £7 million over the next two years and was officially launched by Rebecca Evans AM, Minister for Social Services and Public Health, at an event in Cardiff. It will provide specialist employment support to help remove barriers to work, and includes community volunteering opportunities – allowing participants to pick up skills while making a visible and valuable contribution to the area they live in.
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