We’re sad to say our hugely successful Talent Match programme will be ending in November.
The Big Lottery funded project supports young people aged 18 to 24 who have not been in employment, education or training for at least 12 months.Read more
We manage the highly successful Disability Design Reference Group (DDRG) on behalf of Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM).Read more
Pathways is a custom-made training course to develop essential skills and provide peer support.Read more
Running through the heart of Breakthrough is peer support - the idea that people with lived experience are the best people to give support to one another.Read more
Take a look at Breakthrough's new work focused projects - tailor made for you if you're coming up against barriers in finding work.
These new projects replace our J2E (Journey to Employment) course, which ran in Manchester, Stockport, Wigan, Oldham and Rochdale.Read more
If you are an employer or are running your own business, we can design and deliver bespoke training modules and consultancy services to meet the specific needs and requirements of any business.Read more
We're a Third Party Hate Crime Reporting Centre.
This means we act as an alternative establishment to the police where incidents can be reported in safety and confidence.Read more
We provide person-centred support for disabled people. This means we focus on the goals and barriers which each individual client identifies for themselves.Read more
We support disabled people in Manchester to find and participate in activities in their local community.
We can support you if you live in Manchester and have a learning difficulty or consider yourself disabled.Read more
If you receive either type of Personal Budget, or employ your own Personal Assistant, we have a range of services to take the stress out of organising your finances. Our services are designed by disabled people, for disabled people.Read more