What is Good Help?

Good Help is a way of working with people that builds their confidence and purpose; helping them to plan and take the actions that move them towards that purpose and enabling them to build their skills to improve their life circumstances.

Good Help is highly co-operative. It is focused on the principles of education and the values of equity and self-help.  Good Help is self-sustaining – if people have experienced good help, they’ll know about it and be able to describe it.  The more you listen to people’s experiences of good and bad help, the more you can understand the conditions needed to do more of it. 

What is Rochdale doing?

Good Help in Rochdale is a two year reform and integration project. We are following a five-step process to deliver it

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