Financial Inclusion and Capability Our work in this area aims to address economic inequalities and maximise incomes for those living in poverty.
Advice and Access to Services This area of work helps connect residents to the information, advice, services and support they need to address their problems – including financial, housing, welfare, child support, and employment issues – and to take control of their lives in the long term.
Supporting Families This area of work aims to limit the long-term effects of poverty and inequality by supporting parents with young children and during the early years.
Investing in Young People We want to remove barriers to young people accessing activities and opportunities and to build young people’s resilience, capabilities and aspirations for the future.
Mental Health and Well-being Our work in this area aims to strengthen the psychological resources of vulnerable and low income residents so they are more resilient to the effects of poverty and inequality and are able to take advantage of available opportunities.
Confronting Isolation This area of work aims to address the social dimensions of poverty and inequality to improve social well-being and strengthen residents’ connections to friends, family and their wider community.