The Nottingham City Council offers help for those who are struggling financially and/or mentally due to the lockdown. Below the available support is summarised:
Way2Work is for people aged 16 to 50 plus anywhere in Nottingham city and Nottinghamshire and is free to access. Way2Work also supports people who are facing personal and economic barriers to finding a job people such as lack of basic maths and language skills, single adult families, people from BAME communities, over 50s, and people with disabilities or health conditions which have a long-term and significant impact on their daily lives.
Find out more on the Way2Work webpage.
Nottingham Works aims to support young people aged 16 to 29 who are out of work and who live in the city of Nottingham. It is free to access and offers a range of activities to support young people who are NEET (not in education, employment or training) and young, unemployed city residents to help them into education, training and employment.
Find out more on the Nottingham Works webpage.
Welfare Rights Service
Nottingham City Council’s Welfare Rights Service offers free, confidential and impartial advice including checks to make sure you’re claiming the benefits you’re entitled to, help with benefit claim forms plus support with Tax Credits and Debts.
Visit the Welfare Rights Service webpage for more information and how to contact the team or call 0115 915 1355 (lines are open Monday to Friday 8:30 am to 4:50 pm). You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Source: Nottingham City Council