Employment & Training
Employment & Training
People registered in with their GP in ealing as having psychosis in 2015/16
Source HSCIC, QOF data 2015/16. These numbers are predicted to rise over the next five years by 0.4%.
Adults (all ages) are estimated by NHSE to be living with common mental health needs in Ealing.
Of Ealing’s working age population is disabled: 25,786 people. (Made up of 7.4% of 16-49s and 24.5% of 50-64s), 16% (1.9m) have a mental health support need (7,695 in Ealing).
Our employment coaches are working with 91 clients across all wards in Ealing who are experiencing barriers due to disability to job market..
Weekly activity / vocational / training & education / physical & mental health & wellbeing groups.
Weekly talking therapy groups (Interpersonal Effective Therapy, Compassion Focussed Therapy for Psychosis. Behavioural Activation Therapy).
Benefits, financial planning and advocacy support surgeries.
1:1 Psychotherapy sessions offered weekly
CAPE would not exist without our generous supporters. We are incredibly grateful for the continued support we receive and take pride in ensuring that all our fundraising is honest, legal, transparent and respectful of our donor’s wishes. When
you donate to CAPE you can give with confidence. We abide by the codes of practice and guidelines set out by the Institute of Fundraising and Charity Commission and we make the following promises of our own: • We will be open
and transparent about how we raise money and how your money is spent. • We will communicate with you in a way that suits you and will make it easy for you to tell us your contact preference.• We will ensure, should you give your
time and talent to CAPE you are fully supported to do so.CAPE is committed to delivering a high standard of service to anyone who engages with our work. We are keen to hear from anyone who believes we have fallen short of the high
standards we set ourselves. You can provide your feedback by emailing email@example.com or you can write to Tracey Harrington, CEO, 239 a/b High Street, Acton, W3 9BY.
CAPE have been fortunate in the past to welcome local schools who support us. CAPE makes a wonderful place for students to learn about social responsibility and mental health needs in their communities. If you would like to arrange
a talk at your school or arrange a visit to CAPE recovery point, please contact Penny Kiernan on 020 8896 2552.
Our mission is to become more self-sustainable and our retail arm lies at the heart of this. We have our own Online Charity Store on ebay and our boutique charity shop is situated
on Churchfield Road, Ealing. There you can browse for items such as high designer clothing, rare vinyl and collectable books. We are dependent on the generosity of the public and always looking for more donations, so please do
take any unwanted items to our store
If you are an Amazon shopper, please do sign up for Amazon Smile and search for CAPE charity. Make us your charity and a percentage of all your shopping will be given to CAPE at no
cost to you. But remember to sign in to Smile every time you shop. Find out more.
For most of us, our will is one way of looking after the people we care about. After you have taken care of your loved ones, a gift to CAPE, however small would support those who do not have a family to take CARE of them. Please do
discuss with your family your wishes.
Many of our supporters prefer to make donations when they are able or at times of the year, like Christmas. To make a one-off donation you can either send a cheque, make a payment on our just giving page,
or make a payment into our charity PayPal account.
Gift Aid is a highly valuable scheme that allows CAPE to claim extra revenue from the Government. For those who have declared eligibility we are able to collect an extra 25p for every pound they give. If you are a UK tax payer, then
your donations are probably eligible for the gift aid scheme. Please remember to tick the gift aid box when donating. If you would like to send us a gift aid declaration, then please download the form.
Your can support CAPE by offering staff the opportunity to make a small contribution each month.
Volunteering is a fantastic way for staff to learn more about our work. Why not see if your company could match fund volunteer hours. If you would like to discuss how you and your company can support CAPE, please contact Tracey Harrington
on 020 8896 2552.
Everyone who works or volunteers at CAPE makes a vital contribution to achieving our vision of improving the mental health and emotional resilience for all people who are suffering from mental ill health, by delivering flexible services
that value and encourage our clients to recognise their strengths, which leads them to greater wellbeing.
At CAPE and CAPE shops Ltd we are lucky to have an invaluable team of more than 25 volunteers; without them we would not be able to provide the services that we do. We are often told that volunteering is a way of giving something back;
the time that you give as a volunteer will make a huge difference to our clients when they need us most. Down load an application form here.