Community outreach and prevention

Support to Succeed
Support to Succeed helps people aged 19 or over, who are out of work and living in Greater Manchester, to overcome their barriers to employment, and accelerate progression towards their goals and aspirations.

Ageing in Place
Jigsaw Support is leading Tameside’s Ageing in Place pathfinder in the Ridge Hill area of Stalybridge, to make sure that older people’s voices are heard and valued in the places they live.
Bridges provides support, refuge and rehabilitation for victims of domestic abuse in Tameside.

Bridges is run by Jigsaw Support on behalf of Tameside Council and provides a service to protect vulnerable people, support families to care for their children safely, help people live independent lifestyles supported by responsible communities and improve health and wellbeing.
Domestic abuse support
Instances of domestic abuse are increasing due to the cost of living crisis. We've put together a list of some of the specialist agencies offering support during this time.
Motiv8 provides 1-2-1 wraparound support for 6 months to help people overcome barriers and move into employment and can support people to develop a personal action plan that is unique to their own needs.
Tameside Women and Their Families Centre
Tameside Women and Their Families Service focuses on supporting women and their families who are:

• Victims/survivors of domestic abuse.
• Dealing with mental health issues.
• Suffering with substance abuse.
The Prevention Alliance
The Prevention Alliance was commissioned to provide community based support across a variety of ‘low to medium’ support needs.
Hospital Discharge Project
Jigsaw Support manages two Hospital Discharge Projects, one which works primarily with homeless people to ensure they have suitable accommodation on discharge and the other is to ensure a smooth transition of care from hospital to home.
Our volunteering programme runs alongside our peer mentor activity and creates a platform where individuals both within and outside services can meet and share skills, interests and hobbies.
Peer Mentoring
Our Peer Mentor programme has been going from strength to strength. Using a structured approach, we have been able to harness the skills and talents of people with lived experience and create opportunities for everyone to learn, gain new skills, increase confidence and become ready to take on the challenges of living independently and access work or training.