What we do
DRUG & ALCOHOL AWARENESS: TRAINING COURSES
A series of workshops offering insight into the life of the user and ideas for how to help – designed for professionals and the families of users.
dRUG & ALCOHOL AWARENESS: IN THE WORKPLACE
Explore current legislation and learn how to identify and respond to drug and alcohol use among staff.
I AM POSSIBLE: YOUNG PEOPLE'S CHALLENGE
A series of workshops designed to help young people develop a stronger sense of identity and purpose – for ages 11 to 21.
These 45-minute appointments offer confidential 121 support for people facing the challenges of drug and alcohol dependency.
BATTEN HOUSE: NEXT STEPS PROJECT
A residential rehabilitation programme for those who struggle with dependency but who are unable to access local authority services.
MENTORING PROGRAMME FOR YOUNG PEOPLE
A one-to-one mentoring service that will help young people establish their identity, develop friendships and meet personal goals – for ages 11 to 21
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Already the Walk to Freedom is seeing peoples lives change from using drugs and alcohol problematically to becoming independent and free from their misusing lifestyles.We evidence this through our random testing programme. Our young peoples mentoring is seeing troubled young people turn around their lives gain higher education and receive awards for there positive changes to.