Dovehaven are now proud supporters of The Care Workers Charity

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Dovehaven are now proud supporters of The Care Workers Charity

Dovehaven Officially Supports The Care Workers Charity

We are thrilled to announce that Dovehaven is now an official supporter of The Care Workers Charity.

Financial Support through the Crisis Grant Program

The past 18 months have been incredibly challenging for everyone in social care due to the impact of Covid-19. The Care Workers Charity offers a Crisis Grant program to assist individuals who have faced financial hardships during this time. If you have experienced a sudden loss of income, illness or injury, relationship breakdown, or bereavement, you may be eligible for financial support. The grant can be used for essential items, house repairs, bills, or even basic necessities like food. To learn more about the eligibility criteria and apply for the Crisis Grant, please visit the charity’s website.

Promoting Mental Health and Wellbeing

Maintaining good mental health is crucial, especially in these highly stressful times. The Care Workers Charity recognizes this and has recently launched a Mental Health and Wellbeing Support Programme. Through this program, employees can access up to 10 hours of therapy with a professional from an accredited mental health provider. The best part is that this service is completely free of charge. To ensure privacy, employees have the option of self-referral. If you feel that talking to someone could benefit you, we encourage you to explore the application process and take advantage of this valuable support.

No Repayment Required

It’s important to note that any grants received from The Care Workers Charity do not need to be repaid. The charity is dedicated to supporting all individuals in social care, and there should be no hesitation in seeking assistance when needed.

Stay Updated with The Care Workers Charity

To stay informed about the latest updates, news, and initiatives from The Care Workers Charity, follow them on social media platforms such as Twitter (@careworkersfund), Facebook, and Instagram (the care workers’ charity).

We are proud to be supporting The Care Workers Charity and are committed to promoting the well-being of our employees in social care. Together, we can overcome the challenges and provide the support that is needed during these difficult times.

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