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Pulse is a website for Thames Reach people: staff, service users and board members.

It can be accessed via any computer connected to the internet.

Some pages can only be viewed by staff, but most can be seen by everyone.

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Outreach team with a rough sleeper

London's rough sleeping figures Figures released recently show not only how many people are sleeping rough in London but the reasons why they have ended up on the streets and what is being done by services to help them escape homelessness.

 

Christine

Lambeth's £1.9million mental health service boost
Mental health services in Lambeth are being completely reshaped thanks to a collaboration between Lambeth council, health and voluntary sector organisations - with £1.9m being invested in the renewed push.

 

Minister with Thames Reach trainee Natsuba

Ministerial visit
Communities Minister Marcus Jones MP visited the Thames Reach Employment Academy in Camberwell last month to see services in action helping the long term unemployed and formerly homeless people find work.


 

Virginia Croft

Adult Learners' Week success
Adult Learners’ Week was a great success with lots of people attending classes at the Employment Academy in Camberwell.

 

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Wellbeing Online

All Thames Reach staff have access to support services provided by Counselling in Companies (CiC), including a self help website called Well Online

The site offers a wealth of practical tips, fresh ideas and stimulating reading on: work life, home life, mind and body, money and legal advice.

To use the site please login using the following:

Username: trlogin
Password: wellbeing
Well being Online