The aim of Jami Enterprises – JamiE – is to create opportunities for service users to make a meaningful and valuable contribution to the local community by providing useful and necessary services and to work to reduce stigma and prejudice by helping people understand the issues associated with poor mental health and dispelling the myths surrounding it.

This is achieved by drawing on and enhancing the skills and experience of its staff. Complimenting Jami’s Employment Project, the paid and voluntary staff of JamiE have lived experience of mental health issues with many working under the government’s permitted, supported working scheme. Training and support is given in order to foster and maintain a true sense of purpose and meaning to every role within JamiE. With renewed confidence, social and technical skills, opportunities for career progression and diversification are sought and encouraged to help people move forward along their winding road to recovery.

The opportunities that JamiE provides are:

Jami’s social enterprise in Borehamwood are always grateful for receiving quality donations for their eBay shop. Items needed are:

• Quality men’s, women’s and Children’s clothing
• Designer and vintage handbags and shoes
• LP records, CD’s and DVD’s
• Musical instruments
• Small items of furniture
• Quality household items such as crockery, vases and electricals

If you would like to donate items, they can be dropped off at our Borehamwood warehouse; Unit 1, Borehamwood Enterprise Centre, Theobald Street, WD6 4RQ.

Opening times are:
Monday to Friday 9am – 4pm

Alternatively, to arrange a local pick up please call 07561 587 173

You can visit Jami’s eBay page here.

For more information, or to get involved in this enterprising approach to mental health, please call 0208 458 2223 or email info@jamiolder.thecreativeclinic.website