St Michael’s Centre for Art & Wellbeing hopes to open in the new year to provide important community services in the Norwich area, both in-house and outreach. To do this we must bridge the gap between the private and public sectors. By using commercial business to create revenue to invest back in to the community we can identify, engage and support the most vulnerable and create greater cohesion between all members of that community. We are unique in that we do not have a criteria that must be met in order to access our services, our doors are open to all. Many services geared up towards a specific client group, such as homeless people, are lacking in provision to deal with the wider issues that are feeding in to, creating or exacerbating that situation such as substance misuse, mental health, poverty, or all/any of the aforementioned.
To do this successfully it is essential that we create profitable services that will fund our aims and objectives. This means we must conduct polls such as this to strive for better profitability, and therefore a better community.
If you could take a few seconds to complete this poll, and if possible forward it on to others that might do the same, we would be very grateful.
Thank you. And I hope to see you all soon.
Kevin Jackson Centre Manager.