Curnie Clubs is recruiting

 

 

 

We are looking to recruit a Project Support Worker for Curnie Clubs. Funded by The National Lottery through the Community Fund, Curnie Clubs is a peer support programme for adults who have become socially isolated as a result of living with a range of challenging circumstances.

Curnie is a Scots word for a small number/company.

Curnie Club Members develop their social skills and confidence through both personal and group work. Through facilitated peer support and facilitated social media, they connect with their community and improve their quality of life.

Club Members benefit from professional therapeutic group work that allows natural attributes, skills and abilities to emerge and be recognised. Members become self-sufficient and self-sustaining, enjoying personal development through peer support and new-found friendships. They achieve in ways they had not envisaged they could.

Curnie Clubs is funded primarily by The National Lottery Community Fund. The project has been active since 2016 and has recently been re-funded. It is currently in year 1 of a 3-year Grant which is due to continue until October 2021.

You can find more information on our Recruitment page.

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