14 Sep 2018
Mojo men graduate having invested time improving their wellbeing
Eleven Mojo men recently graduated from the 12 week Mojo Programme. Everyone in attendance had the opportunity to have some food, engage in conversation and celebrate the fact that men are investing in their own wellbeing.
The day was a celebration of the commitment and effort the men made to attend a life skills programme two days per week for a period of 12 weeks. The men engaged in a group training programme that combined a unique mix of mental health, adult guidance, physical fitness and social networking methodologies that afforded the men the opportunity to explore the following: how to be and stay well, barriers to achieving their goals and desires and how to plan for their future. Each man availed of two 1:1 sessions with a life planner. The physical element of the programme was conducted by Offaly Sports Partnership
Mojo is open to all men over the age of 18 years who are in distress and/or affected by employment related issues. The only stipulation is that men must be motivated to make changes to their lives.
Mojo is overseen by an Interagency Advisory Group comprised of a range of organizations working in County Offaly and is hosted by OLDC.
The next 12 week Mojo Programme will commence with 1:1 chats on the 12th and 13th of September 2018.
For further Information contact Caroline Brickland on 087-6028801, email firstname.lastname@example.org or log on to mojo.ngo