We are an outreach team which means that we do not see any service users at our office – instead we will go out within the community to meet with young people.
It's nearly Christmas. Isn't it great? Isn't it?
Here at Subwize, we have been working with our local branch of The Challenge to help them achieve their goals as they help us reach our community.
It was great to get instant feedback that will really help us shape the future of the service.
The need for a recovery community is never more apparent than when someone has passed away and it is important to remind ourselves of this.
The purpose of International Remembrance Day is to stop, pause and remember family members, friends, peers and colleagues who have died through the use of drugs or alcohol.
Following last year’s amazing Inspire Christmas Pantomime, this year they are building on the success of the show and putting on a free Christmas extravaganza.
The 'Spirit of Christmas' is an exciting Christmas Show produced by Inspire Substance Misuse Service East Lancashire .
It is a two hour show comprising of acts from different community groups who have come together to celebrate the 'Spirit of Christmas'.
On Saturday 26th September 2015 twelve members of Team Inspire took part in Born Survivor - a gruelling assault course over 10km, featuring 31 obstacles, designed by the Royal Marines to test even the fittest individuals.
Born Survivor is a team event, with each team having to work together and support each other through every single obstacle, finishing the event as a team.
Art plays a pivotal role in improving the physical, mental and emotional wellbeing of individuals through creating opportunities and environments that empower people to recover.
I have had an inspiring and challenging week ‘on the road’ attending various meetings alongside some long overdue project visits.