Community Ventures Multi Lingual Support Service
Community Ventures Multi Lingual Support Service (CVMLS) offers a welcoming and friendly team who are compassionate with a desire to help people, we gain an understanding of the issues impacting upon our residents lives. We use community walkabouts and local drop in surgeries to build relationships and assist our service users to improve their livelihood, implement community activities and to reduce the many health inequalities, which they experience.
We aim to help our new emigration to integrate within the British society and become valued community members. Community Ventures offer independent, confidential and impartial advice on issues in more than 15 different languages.
Our Service is wide-ranging and includes:
- Community cohesion, development and Integration
- Housing, Social and Healthcare Access Development
- Education, Training Support and Access Development
- Employment, welfare, business and Enterprise Support and Development
- Legal Advice and Support Mechanism Development
- Promoting Good Practice
- Multi Cultural Events & event management
- Interpreting and translation services
- Debt Management
Every single aspect of new emigration social, cultural, educational, business, health care and other crucial directions needs development, but for start as an organization we concentrate on two main functions:
- To listen to individuals, communities and business; furthermore take note of the issues that is important to them and when appropriate advocate on their behalf.
- To engage with range of key stakeholders, Local Authorities and Government to offer strategic advice and support on development of policies and practises in a broader area of the third sector and small business services, mainly for new migrants from eastern European, Post Soviet Republic and new emerging communities.
To carry out these two main functions we provide for individuals, authorities and other organisations:
- Update on activity in their area of expertise.
- Open discussions on strategic issues.
- Inviting guest speakers to discuss key topics such as workforce development, access to opportunities, finance, procurement, cultural, health and social care and general wellbeing.