Mentoring programme  

Clean Slate Solutions’ mentoring programme is designed to keep new employees on track through assisting with any help outside of work should it be needed. This also helps to give the employer peace of mind. Whether it be debt advice, housing issues, any ongoing recovery groups, setting in place a personal fitness programme, or supporting with family issues, our experienced employment and support mentors are here to assist.

We have established relationships with various agencies assisting in areas of resettlement, addiction support, housing etc, with reducing re-offending through employment as our collaborative aim. We tailor each individuals mentoring programme dependant on their specific needs. Often knowing somebody impartial is there for you and is on your side can have such a powerful and positive impact. Usually we arrange a meeting for coffee, either in or out of core working hours, every 2 – 4 weeks depending on the individual. The same mentor is available for the employer to enable them to deal with any questions or advice efficiently and effectively.

How can you support us?

We are supported by

Make a donation to enable us to support more participants by emailing admin@cleanslatesolutions.org.uk or call Margaret on 07749523154 initially and help us continue to support people facing challenging times in our community
By Card – simply call us and we can take transactions over the phone.
By Cheque – please send to our address at the bottom of this page – payable to Tees Valley
Community Projects – and include a note stating its intended purpose is for Clean Slate Solutions.
By Bank Transfer
For security our bank details are not available to publish online, however, if you would like to set up regular giving direct from your bank please contact us. (Please ensure that your name is included when you make a donation – this enables us to
claim back Gift Aid where appropriate) If you would like further information prior to donating please feel free to contact us for a chat.

Forgetting what is behind and straining towards what is ahead.

Philippians 3:13