A DENBIGHSHIRE social enterprise is opening the door to therapists to help deliver a £6.2 million scheme.

Rhyl City Strategy (RCS Wales) is inviting providers of physical and psychological therapies, as well as legal and financial support, to support their In Work Support programme over the next four years following a raft of funding from the Welsh Government last year.

The In Work Support programme was launched across Conwy, Denbighshire, Gwynedd and Anglesey in 2015, and has helped more than 3,400 employed or self-employed people to improve their health and wellbeing at work from their bases in Rhyl and Bangor.

Alison Thomas, operational director at RCS Wales, said:

“We will be recruiting physical therapists, psychological therapists and providers other services such and legal and financial support, to enable us to enhance our work with employers and employees to improve attendance and wellbeing at work.

“ We are keen to speak with as many providers as possible to ensure we have the best cohort of experts in our network.”

Contracts up for grabs include those for physiotherapy, osteopathy, psychological therapies including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), counselling, chiropody, podiatry, dietetics, employment law support and financial capability support.

The organisation is holding a Meet the Buyers event in Conwy Business Centre on Tuesday, January 15 from 9.30am at the Conwy Business Centre in Llandudno Junction. There will also be further small group sessions in January 2019 to provide additional guidance.

To register for the event or find out more email hello@rcs-wales.co.uk or visit sell2wales.gov.wales.