• 225 Church Road, Tranmere CH42 0LD Wirral
  • 0151 644 1100
  • treachout@involvenorthwest.org.uk

Our Services

What can I expect from you?

We provide the Reachout Partnership via door knocking, community work clubs and being out and about in your local community.

We provide help with the following:-

Job searches

Support with IT skills such as setting up email accounts

C V Writing

Assistance with job applications and cover letters

Assistance with business plans if looking to go self employed

Practice interview techniques

Confidence Building techniques

Discretionary fund to assist you back into employment

As part of our service, the Reachout Partnership have delivered 610 job clubs across Wirral in the last 6 months with over 5,500 people attending.


There are a number of leaflets you may find useful regarding our services which are available by clicking on the links below:-

Reachout Partnership Leaflet

Reachout Job Clubs Timetable

Our Digital Assistant Rebecca helping a client set up a job email account

Our Digital Assistant Rebecca helping a client set up a job email account


ReachOut has supported the Reed in Partnership “Troubled Families Programme” which works with Wirral families to help put them in touch with the right support to help them overcome barriers and find work.

We have delivered over 60 E-Learning Courses in areas such as food, hygiene, health and safety and SAGE have been delivered to help low paid Wirral workers to up skill and secure better work opportunities.

We can also help you with welfare benefits and debt issues you may also face.

Our range of specialised partner agencies will support you with a range of barriers you may currently face stopping you from entering employment.  A description of our partners and what they do is outlined below.

Mental Health – Advocacy in Wirral Health

Advocacy in Wirral Health was set up in July 1992 by a small group of service users who had identified an unmet need in the services being offered to people with mental health problems in Wirral.
This service has now been extended to cover people who experience drug and/or alcohol related problems, and we now also deliver a range of recovery-based services.
They provide advice, support and representation to potential clients via Advice Points located in accessible places around Wirral as well as holding appointments at their Head Office in Woodside Business Park.  They also offer home visits to people who are unable to travel due to their illness.



Drug or alcohol dependency – The Social Partnership

The Social Partnership (TSP) delivers a range of projects across Merseyside, targeting some of the most deprived communities within Knowsley, Sefton, Liverpool, St Helens and Wirral.
Their services are aimed at the specific needs of local communities. TSP has over 20 years experience in helping drug and alcohol misusers have access to bespoke employability support. They deliver education, training and employment opportunities to those affected by drug and alcohol misuse through community outreach services.



Cultural Welfare – Wirral Change

Wirral Change is a Black and Racial Minorities Outreach Service offering information, advice and guidance on jobs, education, training, self-employment, health and wellbeing, as well as signposting to other services for racial minority people on the Wirral.
Working in partnership with Wirral Borough Council, NHS Wirral and others, Wirral Change has demonstrated that the problem of worklessness in the black community can be effectively addressed and that local delivery mechanisms for this are feasible.
Now they offer support to the community on a whole range of issues, employment-related and otherwise, and are constantly seeking new ways to make life better for those we serve.



Disability Welfare – Inclusive Access Ltd

Inclusive Access Ltd is a Social Enterprise owned by Wired, a charity which works to enable disadvantaged individuals to be heard in society and have their needs adequately met. In keeping with this ethos to serve the community, Inclusive Access deliver training in pre-employment skills, community development, and goal setting for individuals needing to improve confidence, gain additional skills, and improve their lives.




Remploy’s mission is to transform the lives of disabled people and those experiencing complex barriers to work by providing sustainable employment opportunities.

They achieve this by:

• Creating equality in employment
• Facilitating their access to sustainable employment and careers
• Enabling them to achieve their ambitions and maximise their potential