Family Matters is a three-year project to help people across the Black Country build the skills and confidence to get into work.  Family Matters is funded by the European Social Fund and the National Lottery Community Fund, which will be delivered through 16 community organisations across the Black Country.

If you are aged 16 or over, and are out of work, then Family Matters could help you. Family Matters also works with young people aged 15 or over who are not in education, employment or training.

At Aspiring Futures Family Matters team can help women and girls with any of the following, get in touch to find out more:

  • Holistic support to improve health and well-being
  • Confidence building
  • Regular One-to-one mentoring and coaching
  • Information, advice and guidance (IAG)
  • Help with CVs and application forms
  • Job search support
  • Training in small group sessions
  • English language skills (ESOL) for women who have English as their second language
  • Volunteering opportunities