Posting jobs with us helps provide more mental health support here in the North East.


By using our platform, you’re not only finding a job or talent but also contributing to improving mental health services. Every time you search for jobs, make a donation or post a job on our platform, you’re helping to fund mental health support services provided by Anxious Minds. We ask for a small donation of just £50 to post a job or volunteer role, and every penny goes towards improving mental health services.

Together, we can make a difference and create a happier, healthier society. So, if you’re searching for a job in the North East or if you are looking to recruit talented candidates, Recruit4Good is the perfect solution for you. 

Are you looking for job opportunities in the North East?

Look no further than Recruit4Good! Our job search platform connects job seekers with top employers across the North East, including industries such as healthcare, engineering, education, and more. The advanced search feature allows you to filter job listings by keywords, sector, and location, making it easier for you to find the ideal job. 

Find the perfect candidates quickly

Whether you’re a job seeker or an employer, you can feel good about using our platform to find or post jobs, knowing that you’re helping to improve the well-being and mental health of others. If you’re an employer, you can take advantage of our network of over 200 job boards from across the UK and the extensive network of qualified and experienced candidates by posting your job with us for job seekers, we offer a range of services, including a CV builder and job alerts to help you stay informed about new opportunities.  Our job board is updated regularly with the most current and relevant job openings across the North East. 

The Community Drop-in and Recovery Centre serves as peer-led education and support, fostering a dynamic environment where individuals can learn from each other’s expertise, insights, and lived experiences in mental health. The centre aims to cultivate a community of warriors and survivors, offering a space where people feel a deep sense of belonging and acceptance for who they are. By facilitating connections and friendships, the centre opens up avenues for individuals to aspire to be their best selves.

Take That First Step back to Employment with Stepping Stones 

Stepping Stones 

How it works, Over the course of this six to nine week program, participants will cultivate essential skills that foster greater independence. The curriculum is designed to enhance a variety of competencies and attributes relevant across numerous industries. Key areas of focus include boosting self-confidence, managing anxiety, enhancing motivation, effective goal setting, mastering time management, and promoting health and fitness. Additionally, practical life will also be covered, ensuring a well-rounded development experience.

Some of the sessions include:

  • One-to-one support at weekly meetings
  • A benefits check and support to apply for and claim eligible payments
  • A wellness action plan for managing physical and mental wellbeing
  • Support accessing into our community groups
  • Social skills development
  • Support to access mainstream health services, eg. GP appointments, social prescribing etc.
  • Pre-work preparation – including help with interview skills and CV writing
  • Bespoke skills development
  • Building confidence around positive disclosure
  • Travel Training to address identified barriers
  • Ongoing in-work support
  • Support with self employment 
  • Budgeting
  • Team Building
  • Self Esteem
  • Counselling up to 9 weeks support
  • Mental Wellbeing
  • Advice Service

All participants will be allocated a key worker who will support them throughout the programme and for up to 6 months after the programme’s end, depending on the individual’s needs.

Get in touch!

To learn more or find out when the programme is next running, please contact the Programme Team Lead,  on 07950798489 or via email at

At different times in your life, you may need a little extra advice and support to help you back to work. Whether you are struggling with mental health, are a lone parent, have a disability, leaving school or college, are over 50 or are simply out of work, there are several services and programs we can help you with.

Leaving school, college, or university

Moving from school, college or university to work can be a big step. Even if you have a good idea of where you want to be, the best way to get there is not always clear. But there are lots of opportunities and help available to you and this includes getting the experience you need and financial help for training.



Out of work

Whether you have been out of work for a short time or a longer period, your local Jobs and Benefits office can give you advice on financial support or benefits you may be entitled to for training, starting work, or becoming self-employed.

We can help by offering training opportunities, job search skills, work experience placements, and supported job opportunities to help you overcome barriers and get back into employment.


Sometimes going back to work can be a big step when you have been ill, and you may need a little more time before you are ready, why not try volunteering and let us help you find the perfect position for you by visiting our new volunteering website Recruit4good.

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