A New Joint Venture

Age Concern Central Lancashire is delighted to announce that, as part of a consortium formed with N/Compass and Richmond Fellowship; has been awarded the new Lancashire Well-being Service to commence 1st September 2015, to be delivered across the twelve districts of Lancashire.

The consortium was forged through a collective desire to offer something truly unique to the people of Lancashire.  We believe that, through harnessing the expertise of each individual organisation, we have created an innovative model far stronger than the sum of its parts; one that will deliver effective, high quality services to the people and communities we aim to serve.


The new service will target and support adults (18 years plus) living with long term health conditions, to aid or improve their mental, physical and social well-being and, by doing so, will enable people to build resiliency and to lead healthy, informed and independent lives.

The service will work closely with a range of organisations to access and support adults across Lancashire; and will work in a variety of settings, such as: people's homes, within local communities and alongside GP surgeries and health professionals.

We look forward to this venture and to supporting the people and communities of Lancashire to live well and age well.

Age Concern Central Lancashire and its partner organisations are therefore advertising for a number of roles across Lancashire. 

Please visit our job page to see our current recruitment campaign to this new and exciting service

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