IN 2020, 2000 PEOPLE

...have been supported by Pentreath towards their vocational goals.

IN 2020, 166 PEOPLE

...have built their confidence and found employment and been successful in getting a job with Pentreath's help.

IN 2020, 286 PEOPLE

...have found the confidence and believed in themselves and started or returned to education and training.

96% OF CLIENTS

...would recommend Pentreath to their family and friends.

About Us

Employer Engagement - Could you offer the opportunity for someone to return to the workplace through the following...?

 

Employment

Traineeships

Apprenticeships

Work experience/volunteering

 

We’d love to hear from you!

In return we can offer:

Bespoke in work support for you and the client.

A better understanding of mental health in the workplace and how to strengthen your workforce.

A person with skills who is matched to your organisation and job role.

Direct contact with an Employment Advisor to support you throughout

By supporting Pentreath’s work and our clients, you will not only be promoting good mental health in the work place but will also be:

Reducing sick leave

Increasing staff retention rates

Demonstrating good corporate social responsibility

Complying with legislation

For more information, please call 01726 862727.

 

Myth: People with mental health problems cannot work.
Fact: You probably work with someone who has or is experiencing a mental health condition.

Myth: People with mental health conditions never get better.
Fact: People with mental health conditions can and do recover.

Myth: I don’t know anyone with a mental health condition.
Fact: In the work place, one in six people will be experiencing anxiety, depression or stress of some sort.

Myth: People with mental health conditions are always off on sick leave.
Fact: 55% of Pentreath staff have a mental health condition. We have between 30% and 50% less day’s sickness than both the private and public sectors.

Myth: People with mental health conditions are not normal.
Fact: We all have mental health, just like we all have physical health.

Myth: People aren’t discriminated against because of mental health conditions.
Fact: Nine out of ten people with mental health conditions experience stigma and discrimination.