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Brighter                                                           Portsmouth Support and
        Futures                                                            Recovery employment

        Working with Victim                                                service
        Support and the Police &
        Crime Commissioner for                                             Our Portsmouth Employment
        Hampshire, we launched our                                         Service helps people seeking
        Brighter Futures peer support                                      paid employment, voluntary
        service, helping people whose
        mental health had suffered as a                                    work, training or education, and
        result of being a victim of crime.                                 supports people in keeping their
                                                                           existing employment.

                                                                           Our Portsmouth Primary Employment Team
                                                                           received over 500 referrals this year, helping
                                                                           93 people into paid work and 96 people to
                                                                           retain their jobs.

                                                                             Our Portsmouth Community
                                                                             Peer Recovery team worked
                                                                             closely with Solent NHS

                                                                             Trust’s Adult Mental Health
                                                                             Teams to support
                                                                              165 people

                                                                             who were also under
                                                                             secondary care

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