HOMELESS OUTREACH PROJECT FEMALE OUTREACH WORKER
This is a project funded by Speciﬁc Mental Illness Grant and is set up to assist homeless individuals with mental health problems, most of whom will be living in city centre hostelsor sleep out.
The project is managed by an inter agency group.
The outreach worker will become part of a team which delivers a casework service to homeless individuals, links people into existing health and support services. In particular the worker will have respon- sibility for developing speciﬁc services for homeless women.
Experience or qualiﬁcations in the mental health / homelessness ﬁeld and an ability to work independently are essential.
For informal discussion about the post ring Andy McAleavy on 031-225 7508 forjob description and application form contact:-
IIOMELESS OUTREACH PROJECT 53 LOTHIAN STREET EDINBURGH ElIl lIIB Closing Date: Aprﬂ 23,1993
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1993 LANGUAGE COURSES
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(Courses in other languages are available from the Centre for Continuing Education, 031 650 4400 ) NEW TERM BEGINS 19th APRIL 1993
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CO-COUNSELLINC SCOTLAND offers a 5-day training course in Edinburgh.
May 20—2 l/June 6 & 12—13. For people who want to grow. to increase self confidence. or break out of old behaviour patterns. Co-counselling is self- help therapy: people taking equal time to be ‘client’ aitd ‘counsellor‘ in turn.
For more into: phone 031 332 8661.
I Voice Coaching Do you feel your voice lets you down'.’ Tuition in the spoken voice offered by qualified voice expert and professional actor (I’). Reasonable rates. Phone: ()31 55-1 I988.
BUDDHIST MEDITATION for awareness, calm and emotional positivity. Six weeks from 22 April. 7pm. £lo (£8). Edinburgh University ((715.
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A 12 week course in personal development and global understanding. Presented by New Acropolis School of Philosophy. Starting date 4th May 7.00pm:
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The ARTS OONNEXION
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I German conversation? Individual tuition by bilingual. native German speaker. Fees by negotiation. Phone ()3l 229 3677 after 7pm.
I Professional acting/drama tuition and workshops in physical theatre. (MI 952 9259.
THE SALISBURY CENTRE ‘Whistle While You Work' A Visitors Residential Working Week. Mon 26 April—Sun 2 May. As part of the Salisbury Centre's 20th Anniversary we are asking for volunteers to lend their muscle and will-power to carry out essential repairs and gardening work throughout the Centre. alongside the residents. Working. sharing. relaxation, music. good food and laughter will all be part of this first ever event. Tasks requiring attention include: exterior painting. rebuilding garden wall. reclaiming over-grown garden, seed planting. landscaping (new pond). shelf building. cooking by rota. etc. Visitors will need to bring: work clothes. waterproofs, suitable footwear and a sleeping bag. To book contact: The Salisbury Centre 2 Salisbury Road, Edinburgh ENG 5AD. Tel: 031 667 5438
I Developing Women as Managers in Scotland An excellant developmental opportunity for women in management and those seeking entry into management. For full details of April and October courses. telephone 0506 419049.
I COTOC Learn to partner dance to any type of music — anywhere. Ceroc is an exciting. stylish form of modern jive based on French rock and roll. l-hour lesson and 2 hours freestyle dancing. No need to bring a partner. Wednesdays. 7-l()pm. at The Venue. 490 Sauchiehall Street. Glasgow. Further information from ()41 946 5258.
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