Working Links partnerships

Access our extensive network

to provide a superior service

Support each customer individually

We have a streamlined, robust and varied supply chain

Driving service excellence

and innovation with you

Working Links is an established provider of locally tailored services, committed to supporting people to maximise their potential – and strong partnerships are key to achieving this.

Being part of our trusted partner network opens up opportunities to deliver national programmes, and opportunities which may be difficult to access as individual organisations.

We work across various funding streams, allowing ourselves and our partners to pool resources to enhance positive outcomes for our programme beneficiaries.

Current opportunities:

Access to Work Mental Health Support Service

Working Links are looking for organisations who would be interested in delivering or supporting the Access to Work Mental Health Support Service across England, Scotland and Wales.
We would like to invite expressions of interest from organisations who feel they have the experience and specialist capability to deliver a high quality, personalised support service for customers moving into work or who are already in work and are experiencing difficulties with their mental health.
If you are already registered on our Approved Partner Framework and are interested in discussing this opportunity with us, please email
If you have not previously completed an expression of interest to work with us please complete the form and submit to
The deadline for registering your interest is 10am Monday 16 October.


If you would like to work with us please complete our Expression of Interest form and email it to

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