Welcome to the Empowerment Pathway (Hertfordshire)
In 2018, Watford and Three Rivers Trust initiated an innovative partnership with A Slice of Happiness, aimed at enhancing mental health for vulnerable, home-insecure adults in Watford and Three Rivers through the application of The Three Principles understanding. This collaboration, flourishing under the guidance of Bob Jones, CEO of W3RT, has not only thrived but has also achieved significant success.
During our partnership with Watford and Three Rivers Trust, we have collaborated with over 20 organisations, providing support to more than 600 vulnerable adults who were unemployed, on Universal Credit, or Pension Credit. They had free access to intensive 24-hour programs and an ongoing support platform. The excellent outcomes have significantly improved the wellbeing of individuals while simultaneously alleviating pressure on statutory services. Additionally, our efforts have contributed to the development of strategies for complex care, suicide prevention, and initiatives aimed at reducing loneliness and isolation.
We have garnered strong support from referring organisations, encompassing both statutory and non-statutory bodies, including the NHS. Furthermore, we are fortunate to benefit from human ethics approved research partnerships with Coventry University and Innate Health Research.
Our exit interviews and independent research have also revealed the profound impact of The Three Principles understanding in other aspects of our beneficiaries' lives.
Inspired by these insights, we are excited to introduce the Empowerment Pathway (Hertfordshire), a testament to our commitment to continued innovation and positive impact in the community
The Empowerment Pathway (Hertfordshire);
What are the criteria?
Residents in Hertfordshire who are;
How can this help you?
Click HERE to read how our service have helped our beneficiaries.