Unlocking free advice for professionals supporting vulnerable people
Norfolk Community Advice Network (NCAN) has launched a NEW communications campaign - 'One Door With NCAN' - designed to reach professionals across the county who are supporting younger or older people, people with disabilities, those experiencing or at risk of domestic abuse, and people from Black and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities.
The demand for FREE, quality assured advice has never been higher. Professionals supporting vulnerable people can be inundated with complex queries from their clients or service users which require specialist advice from multiple organisations. Not knowing which door to knock on first can be an obstacle to speedy outcomes for their clients. NCAN aims to be the answer.
Click here to read more: One Door With NCAN media release.
Click here for the NCAN website.
The “One Door With NCAN” campaign is funded by Norfolk Community Foundation for 12 months. NCAN is a membership network made up of voluntary, public and not-for-profit organisations that are committed to meeting the advice and guidance needs of Norfolk residents, particularly those most disadvantaged by a lack of FREE, high quality, timely and impartial advice.