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Our organisation provides a support service for people working through problems with drug and substance addiction / misuse. Our staff and volunteers are available to provide support to people from all age groups and backgrounds in the form of more...

Our organisation provides a support service for people suffering with learning disabilities. Our staff and volunteers are available to provide support to people from all age groups and backgrounds in the form of more...

Our organisation provides a support service for people suffering with mental health. Our staff and volunteers are available to provide support to people from all age groups and backgrounds in the form of more...

Our organisation provides support services for people who are offenders or ex-offenders to help them stop reoffending and to start afresh. Our staff and volunteers are available to provide support to people from all age groups and backgrounds in the form of more...

Our Employment Support Project previously in partnership with Islington Council and Department of Work and Pensions Job Centre Plus became exclusively a CASS project when that partnership ended and we are now working with a variety of other organisations.

Participation is open to all job seekers including traineeships and work experience leading to seeking permanent employment.

Applicants should contact us in the first instance by email info@cassadvice.org. You are also required to send in your CV when you apply and we will send you a standard application form which will need to be completed in full and sent back to us. You will then be placed on to our database to match available vacancies with your chosen job areas within the London Borough of Islington. You must state your contact details, postcode and the job areas you are seeking for on the standard application form.

We continue to provide advice to a large number of disabled people. Work experience is also available to disabled people who would like to gain experience to enable them to find work.

Overall the future is looking positive and we aim to build on our recent successes.

CASS and One Housing on the Isle of Dogs in Canary Wharf area of Tower Hamlets, London has established working partnerships resulting in CASS been commissioned to provide practical support for the tenants of the housing association in the area with a range of services covering practical support, handy work, gardening, painting and decorating and so on. Working closely with close to 15 scheme managers in the area who make referrals to CASS describing the particular need or services required by the client and CASS detailing its personnel to visit and assess the jobs that need to be done and proceeding to provide those services.

CASS is progressing with floating support service and working with various partners and people with special needs to provide relevant services in this regard to help those who are vulnerable or in real need covered by our provision.