Our housing service empowers and encourages people to live independently. Support is tailored to the specific requirements of people with complex needs, including drugs and alcohol, involvement in the criminal justice system and homelessness.
A community-based substance misuse detoxification project supports those in the first stages of their recovery.
Our Psychosocial Intervention Workers deliver therapeutic groups that encourage behaviour change and positive development. Peer-based based support groups also help individuals build their recovery capital.
Programmes include Foundations of Recovery and Foundations of Rehabilitation.
We recruit and train volunteer Family and Recovery Coaches across Kirklees to support people in recovery and their family members to fulfil their goals and move forward. The five-day training course is fully accredited.
In addition to volunteering, many graduates also go on to permitted earnings roles and permanent full-time employment.
We support family and concerned others throughout Kirklees through telephone calls, one-to-one coaching sessions, group work and a structured, therapeutic programme called Foundations of Family.
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.