We are always looking to recruit new volunteers for a variety of roles. We offer community mentoring, admin, service user representative
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please phone 01603 514096.
Many of the people who come into our services are nervous and don't know what to expect. If you have been through treatment, you can become a peer mentor and help reassure people. You can give advice because you understand what people are going through.
If you are interested in becoming a peer mentor, please phone 01603 514096.
Service user representatives
If you're passionate about improving the service user experience and making sure everyone has their voice heard, you might want to consider being a Service User Representative. The people that use our services are at the heart of what we do. The only requirements are that you're in service with us and want to make a difference.
You’ll gather feedback and use your own experience as a service user to make sure we take Service Users’ wants and needs into account. If you’re interested, speak to your recovery coordinator.
Our Training Calendar
As part of our service, we offer training on different topics related to drug or alcohol use. These range from alcohol awareness training, substance misuse training to what to do in the case of an overdose. Once you’ve registered for one of our training sessions, we’ll email you with a link to join it via Microsoft Teams.
If you or someone you know might be interested in seeing what training we have available, you can see our online calendar.