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Work Well Advice Line 12 month pilot project is coming to an end

The Work Well Advice Line is to close on Tuesday 28 February, as the 12 month pilot project comes to an end.

The project was launched as part of the community-led South London Listens action plan to prevent mental ill-health in south London. The plan is a partnership between the NHS, local authorities, and community organisations designed to respond to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the mental health and wellbeing of communities in south London.

Adele Gardner, Employment Service Lead at South London and Maudsley NHS Trust said: “We’re really proud of everything that we’ve achieved with the Work Well Advice Line over the past 12 months. We’ve helped hundreds of callers from across London and further afield with free and confidential employment advice.

“We know that the advice line has been a valuable resource for many people, and we’d like to remind you that we’ll continue to provide employment advice on our social media channels and website. There’s also information on more support available locally and nationally.

“We hope to see the project return in the future and will keep you updated on any further developments.”

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