Responding to hardship and crisis

This very popular workshop will provide you with guidance on the responses available to deal with different types of crisis and hardship and how to prevent recurring crisis and hardship. 

This workshop is delivered by Salford Citizens Advice on behalf of the Salford Advice and Information Network (SAIN).

  • Identifying different types of crisis and hardship
  • What emergency assistance is available including SDSS and food banks
  • What is available through the benefits system
  • Strategies to avoid recurring crisis and hardship

What participants said on previous workshops

  • "Very useful – can be practically applied to my every day work" - supported tenancy officer
  • "Very successful! The whole session was useful" - floating support worker
  • "Excellent resources to take away to share with my team" - social worker
  • "There are some organisations I hadn’t used/heard of so it was useful and relevant" - tenancy sustainment worker

We will be running our next programme of welfare reform workshops from January 2019. If you would like one of the workshops or a bespoke workshop for your team then please contact for details.

This page was last updated on 27 March 2018

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