Work Well Christmas Open Day

Work Well Christmas Open Day

Did you know that January and February are usually the best months to apply for jobs? Join us for the Work Well Christmas Open Day to find out how Work Well could help you or someone you know struggling with their mental health, find paid work.

Work Well Christmas Open Day

When / Location

Wednesday 12th December / Drop in between 10am – 3pm for:

  • Information on how Work Well could help you find paid work
  • Employment advice from our Recruitment Specialist
  • Learn about budgeting, benefits entitlement and ‘better off in work’ calculations
  • Christmas Arts & Crafts workshop
  • Free mince pies and hot drinks

Various drop-in sessions will be running throughout the day- please visit for further details on timings. Drop by whenever you like but please let them know you plan on coming by if you can – all are welcome!



Hotel Elephant Workspace, Work Well Office, 1 Spare Street, London SE17 3EP



About Work Well

Work Well can help you to find paid work if you are experiencing common mental health issues such as anxiety and depression. Through regular, one-to-one sessions with a career coach, they can help if you are:

  • wanting to find paid work,
  • experiencing depression or anxiety,
  • aged 25 or over,
  • living in Lewisham, Lambeth or Southwark,
  • unemployed or economically inactive (not currently earning), and
  • eligible to work in the UK.

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