Work with Us
Now is a great time to work with us at Northorpe Hall Child & Family Trust. You’ll get great experience of innovative, responsive mental health support to children and families; training and development opportunities to grow your skills and knowledge and you’ll feel supported and valued as part of a team. You will make a real difference to the lives of local young people with work in a variety of roles.
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Volunteer and self-employed opportunities
Some opportunities are on a self-employed basis - for example our counsellors are contracted to provide a service on agreed days and times and are paid when a session takes place. Find out more now.
Our volunteers support families and individual young people. They are checked, trained and supervised to keep everyone safe and effective. Other volunteers help us maintain our listed building and grounds. If you can commit, have time and skills, you can make a real difference by volunteering with us now.
Mental Health in Schools
Some schools and colleges have amazing support for young people's mental health, with trained, supported staff who can respond well when children are struggling and who really understand how to enable young people to manage and improve their mental health.
We're working with lots of schools, supporting staff and managers - and working directly with young people in school. Find out more about how we can work together to improve mental health in education.
Your business can make a difference
A number of local companies support our work by fundraising. Your business can join the Northorpe Hall 1000 Club by committing to raise £1000 in a year. Find out more now.