Our Network Coaches provide aftercare support across Gloucestershire for service users in recovery from substance misuse. Coaches help people reconnect with their local communities and build recovery capital. One-to-one support and wellbeing checks are combined with group work programmes, including Introduction to Emerging Futures, Foundations of Life and Live and Thrive to encourage behaviour change. Programmes can be accessed face-to-face in community venues and via Zoom.
We also support individuals to apply to detox and/or rehab services. There is an evening Zoom group for concerned others.
In Gloucester, Cheltenham, and Stroud, allotment and gardening projects let people engage in meaningful activity and produce homegrown fruit and vegetables.
We recruit and train volunteer Recovery Coaches to support people in recovery to fulfil their goals and move forward and go on to support our network coaches. The five day training course is fully accredited.
Northgate House is a 10-bed abstinence-based community that uses psychosocial support to give residents the confidence and skills to maintain their recovery and move towards independent living.
Southgate Street is a 12 bed transitional-based community that offers collaborative support to build the foundations for stability and behaviour change. Residents are not necessarily abstinent, but are looking to engage with staff to improve their outcomes.
We provide safe and supportive homes for people moving through recovery towards independent living.
Our therapeutic programmes motivate people to learn and grow and achieve a positive future.
We recruit and train volunteer coaches to support people in recovery and their families to sustain positive change.