Our Worcester project provides a safe and therapeutic environment for people to overcome problems with addiction. Residents take part in a behaviour change programme that includes individual key work sessions and group workshops. The approach is user-centred and peer-led with a particular emphasis on acceptance and commitment therapy.
- We support residents of our transitional property to achieve abstinence and pursue their life goals. We accept referrals from those on an Opioid Substitution Treatment (OST).
- We support residents of our abstinence-based houses to navigate their first year of recovery. This includes help with finding their own local accommodation and integrating back into the community. They can also train as recovery coaches.
This Level 3 accredited coaching course equips those in recovery with the skills and knowledge to be able to volunteer with us (or others) and begin to ‘give back’.
In addition to volunteering, many graduates also go on to permitted earnings roles and permanent full-time employment.
Our recovery service across Worcester is for people leaving treatment who want to continue their journey and rebuild their lives. The 24-week programme combines face-to-face and telephone support, wellbeing calls, virtual groups, walking groups and much more.
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.