Here's an update on the Pure Innovations services and support projects in Greater Manchester that continue to operate in Lockdown 3. The safety of their clients and customers remains their priority.
Pure Innovations are continuing to provide services for their clients and support to projects in Greater Manchester that continue to operate in Lockdown 3.
Operating within the Government guidelines, the safety of their clients and customers remains their number one priority.
Here is a guide to the Pure services that they can, and are continuing to deliver, in Lockdown Three.
Where possible and with the support of our commissioners and the local authority, Pure will continue to offer services to their most vulnerable clients and to the families of key workers and those in crisis. This means that Pure Support services in Stockport, Rochdale and Oldham will remain open to clients who were accessing the service last year. However, we will only be accepting new clients in exceptional circumstances. Enquiries are still welcome.
Open Buildings, Projects and Services
The following Pure Support centres will remain open: Prospect House, Vernon Park, The Grey Horse, the Jonathan Burns Centre, The Boathouse, The Falcon Centre, Woodshack and the Creative Hub.
Pure Cafes in Etherow Park , Vernon Park, Dunwood Park and The Boathouse in Alexandra Park, Oldham, will also all remain open, all offering takeaway service. (The Kitchen and The Windmill Cafe remain closed.)
Mental Health and Wellbeing Services:
The Mental Health Network (MHN) and Wellbeing and Independence Network (WIN) will continue to provide their important support services.
The following Education and Training services will continue to operate: our Supported Internships, Steps Towards Employment Programme (Step) and Personalised Education Programme (Pep).
– Pure’s services on the GMCA Working Well contract continue, along with some of their Access to Work provision.
Pure’s full Health and Safety Risk Assessments for all services can also be downloaded from this page.