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Case study

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As part of our initial Community Wellbeing Entrepreneurship Cohort ‘S’ decided to combine her own experiences of struggling with domestic abuse and poor mental health to explore the idea of starting a self-help group. She is now beginning the journey of becoming self-employed with her idea and has also experiences an improvement in her own mental health and wellbeing.


Investment: £595Saving to society £17,224*

“The programme has helped me gain confidence and belief in what I would like to do in the future”

‘S’ June 2018

*Based on the Housing Association Communities Trust recognised Mental Health and Life Satisfaction: The Relationship between the Warwick Edinburgh Mental Wellbeing Scale and Life Satisfaction’