Employability

We refer beneficiaries to Pathways, which offers one-to-one support to help people find the job they want. Their keyworkers help people in all aspects of the job search: building confidence, develop a plan to reach their job goal, develop or update the CV, complete application forms, prepare for interviews, access funds to remove barriers to work e.g. training or equipment.

Pathways run a drop-in session at our Aberdeen office every Wednesday 1pm - 4pm.

Heating/Energy advice

We refer beneficiaries to energy/heating social enterprise Scarf (Save Cash and Reduce Fuel). Scarf aim to make a practical difference to people living in fuel poverty and that purpose remains at their core as they deliver a range of quality services focusing on:

  • fuel poverty
  • energy efficiency
  • sustainable living
  • carbon reduction

Housing

CFINE refers to Aberdeen City Council housing department for issues around council housing, tenancy & repairs, and homelessness.

Signposting

Our staff endeavour to provide support and advice on a number of issues, however if someone has an issue that we do not cover through referrals or in-house support, we have a large database of agencies that we signpost to.