Residents have on-site access to literacy and IT training opportunities, alongside 'softer' activities such , all designed to build self-confidence and improve life skills to help with supporting someone's recovery.
These activities can include, for example, music and art workshops or complementary therapies, creative writing, film making. We also have learning champions among clients, and champions who link in residents with local community activities too.
We also run Move On Training (MOT) helping to provide clients with the skills and knowledge to have control over their lives. Read also about our Peer Advice Link (PAL) service for those about to move on.
By providing services on site at our hostels they are more accessible to clients, meaning more people are able to benefit from the opportunities available to them.