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Four ICOS staff has now started working from home

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Dear Friends, Four ICOS staff have now started working from home. We are following the social distancing measures as the government has directed. We are unable to meet face to face but we are available via phone and email. If you need urgent support please don’t hesitate to contact us. Email address: office@icos.org.uk Phone Number: […]

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ICOS Achievements

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Some of our achievements- between April 2019 till now we have supported: -92 clients into training -71 people have secured a benefit award -37 people have received support with accessing healthcare( e.g. registered with a GP) -10 have been able to open bank accounts

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Call ICOS When You Need Support

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Dear ICOS Clients, ICOS would like to know how is everyone doing so far. Please contact us at your earliest convenience. It is important to make sure that everybody is okay. You can contact Daniel at office@icos.org.uk / 07596538482 or Back in Control Project Client, you can contact Monika at 07726 500191. Please follow the […]

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The First Step To Protect Our Planet

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Ready to take the first step in protecting our planet?  There’s no better way to contribute to a cleaner and healthier community than by volunteering to tackle rubbish. Join ICOS as the cleanup crew to make our community better. Every Monday starts at 10 am and ends at 2 pm Please contact Daniel for further […]

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Back in Control Referral Form

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We are keen to link with local organisations to ensure that Back in Control Project reaches the people who need it most. We need you to identify people you are working with who have suffered from modern slavery, workplace exploitation and need a helping hand. Refer them to us and we will do the rest. […]

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ICOS staff attended the Student Opportunities Fair at the University of Sunderland on 13 February, 2020

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Back in Control by ICOS staff attended the Student Opportunities Fair at the University of Sunderland St Peter’s campus on Thursday 13th February. The event presented ICOS’ volunteering opportunities direct to university’s bright and talented students. We were delighted to have 10 students sign up our mailing list for future volunteering opportunities.

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ICOS is involved “Unlock the City” through membership of SBMEN

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ICOS is  involved through our membership of the Sunderland Black and Minority Ethnic Network. Here is the report on Sunderland Echo. Sunderlandecho.com/unlock-city-northern-powerhouse-minister-backs-boost-citys-creative-industries Unlock the City: A Government minister has thrown his support behind a scheme aimed at boosting Sunderland’s creative industries. A Government minister has thrown his support behind a scheme aimed at boosting Sunderland’s […]