Branch highlights Council Poverty Survey

Branch Lifelong Learning Officer Calum McLellan is taking the opportunity to highlight Inverclyde Council’s Poverty Fund Questionnaire.

Inverclyde Council are looking for communities to have their say with regards to services that will impact on improving the lives of people living in poverty and deprivation. Some of the actions, initiatives and programmes will be Inverclyde wide and others will focus on Inverclyde’s most de- prived localities.

The planned proposals are based on what we know already from various local research and consultation and national research. Services and support will be targeted to addressing unemployment and employability, support for people experiencing difficulties with alcohol and drugs and mental health and people who are facing financial insecurity because of the Covid pandemic.

Please take the time to have your say on the following link Poverty Survey


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