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Welcome to Re-Instate

Re-Instate is a charity working to improve employment opportunities, quality of life and well-being for disadvantaged people in the London Borough of Bexley including people experiencing mental ill-health, people with learning disabilities, autistic adults and young people.

A key part of the vision for Re-Instate is the provision of employment services that build sustainable recovery for people experiencing mental ill-health.

Diversity and equality are at the heart of what we do, ensuring that everyone involved with Re-Instate focuses on the removal of barriers to the service regardless of race, age, gender, sexuality, religion or socioeconomic status.

Employment Service


Our Employment Service is based at Re-Instate’s Employment Centre and supports people experiencing mental ill-health to access and retain paid work, education, training, work placements and volunteering opportunities. Working in partnership with Mind in Bexley and Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust we are commissioned by The London Borough of Bexley and Bexley Clinical Commissioning Group to deliver an innovative range of supported employment services. We have a large network of local and national employers who support Re-Instate.

Early Intervention Service

Since September 2018, Re-Instate have run an Early Intervention Service to compliment the Employment Service. The Early Intervention Service supports residents of the London borough of Bexley experiencing mental ill-health and focuses on creative interventions at the earliest stage. Support is provided for those at work or searching for paid employment. We can also help you access education, training, and volunteering opportunities. This project is supported by The National Lottery Community Fund.

This has been supported by The National Lottery Community Fund since July 2021. The project has evolved to support employers wanting to implement best practices to look after their employee’s well-being. In addition, we continue to work on a one-to-one basis with clients in need of employment advice and help.

If you are feeling stressed, overwhelmed or anxious about a work situation or searching for employment, please contact us on

Living Well

Living well is a project run by Re-Instate that supports adults with learning disabilities and autistic adults to be able to play a full role in their local community. Our program ‘Five ways to Living Well’, which is based on the New Economics Foundation’s Five Ways to Well-being – Connect, Be Active, Take Notice, Keep Learning and Give, will support people to achieve their life goals and can be met by the comprehensive range of activities, groups and classes.

This project is supported by a grant from City Bridge Trust, the funding arm of the City of London Corporation’s charity Bridge House Estates (1035628).

For further information of how to get involved in Living Well contact Simon or Zoe on 01322 438 155.

215 sMiles project

We are delighted to have been awarded an extension to the grant to support the 215 sMiles project. These are two weekly walking groups on the Thames path observing our surroundings and learning about the Thames’ history.

A huge THANK YOU to Active Thames (Port of London Authority) as this will make a massive difference to so many people engaging with Re-Instate’s services.

To find out more visit:

New Dates 2024 – Home Instead Wellbeing Music Group

Join Home Instead for their FREE ‘Singtastic Erith’ sessions! 🎤🎶
🎵 Sing your heart out and discover the power of music.
🌈 Learn new songs and instruments.
😊 Improve your mood and reduce stress.
👥 Make lasting connections and have a blast!
Everyone is welcome, regardless of experience or age. 🎉
RSVP today using the QR code below and embark on a journey of self-discovery through song! 🌟🎶
The ‘Singtastic Erith’ sessions will be back in our community hub in St John’s Hall.

Autism Friendly Wednesday’s

Wednesday is our autism-friendly day where our workshops are all focused on the members needs, which means we make the space a little quieter and calmer.

Spectrum is our discussion group where we have a topic each week and use that to fuel the discussion. The topics can be anything, but we tend to focus on more philosophical and life questions.

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