Volunteers, mentors and employed recovery workers provide ‘real world’ support that ranges from a friendly face and chat through to ongoing ‘buddy’ support.
For many people who enter services the most difficult thing is to begin to believe that they can make positive changes and there is a way out of the situation they are in. One of the things that can help is to meet someone who has ‘been there’ and who has made some of those changes. Someone who is living proof there is a way out.
“I really enjoy the fast paced nature
of my work and seeing service
users achieve their goals.” Staff member’s quote
With the full range of our family services and interventions available throughout the person’s stay, family based support remains in place.