888 in the Media


We were recently featured in Just Entrepreneurs magazine where Jana Dowling, our founder, described why the latest 888 course is such an exciting development for people struggling to find employment whilst coping with mental health issues.

The 888 Collective and JTD Development Training to deliver a Personal Development and Mental Health Awareness Program

First course will take place on 26-29 March at WeWork London Fields The 888 Collective , a social enterprise focused on creating work opportunities for people with mental health issues, has partnered with JT Development Training to present a Personal Development

Lack of confidence is one of the key reasons that so many people feel that they cannot get themselves back into employment.
— Jana

London Live

 Check out Jana's previous interview with London live where she explains her story and how it lead to the creation of the 888 Collective  here .

Check out Jana's previous interview with London live where she explains her story and how it lead to the creation of the 888 Collective here.


If you are interested in contacting the 888 Collective for press related inquiries and features, please use this email address:

jana@the888collective.com

 


The Hackney Gazette

Start-up of the week: 888 Collective in London Fields will help people with mental health issues into work

The Gazette hunts high and low each week to bring you news of the most interesting and unusual new businesses in Hackney. This week we speak to a woman whose business will give work opportunities for people with mental health issues.


The Huffington Post

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East London Lines

This Start-Up Will Be Run Solely By People With Mental Illnesses

When it comes to openly discussing mental health in the workplace, the UK has a long way to go. Research published earlier this month found more than one million UK employees could face demotion, disciplinary or dismissal after sharing mental health issues at work.

Case Study: 888 Collective

When 888 Collective founder Jana Dowling experienced mental health issues while she was in full-time employment, she found the prospect of getting the help and support she needed from her employer almost impossible.

East London collective to tackle stigma of mental health at work | Eastlondonlines

"I lost so many jobs because I would start crying and freaking out, I'd just have days where I could not go and I wouldn't be able to feel honest about what was happening."