We are currently working with Futures who are lead partner for a new project in D2N2 called Well for Work. This new programme will support disadvantaged participants across the region to tackle their barriers to work and move into paid and sustained employment.
The Boston Recovery Pathways Project is a Big Lottery funded initiative that aims to provide additional opportunities for local people to access support to move forward in their recovery from Drug and Alcohol problems.
Double Impact Services, the drug and alcohol recovery charity, has received a 4-year grant of £479,805 from The National Lottery Community Fund to support people in Nottinghamshire with alcohol and drug issues.
We are currently working with Groundwork who are lead partner for the TNCF BBO Programme, Towards Work Strand. This exciting programme aims to combat the root causes of poverty, promote social inclusion, challenge long-term unemployment and empower socially excluded people.
As a Double Impact Recovery Connector, you will understand the road to successful long term recovery from drug or alcohol misuse and the challenges faced in the journey to get you there. You will understand because you will have been through it yourself.
Test your stamina by climbing to the highest points in Derbyshire in 12 hours, whilst enjoying the stunning natural scenery and sense of achievement.
Do you fancy something adventurous and challenging, an experience you will remember for the rest of your life, plus the satisfaction of knowing you are helping to change others’ lives for the better?
Come and celebrate this picturesque half-marathon’s 40th anniversary in 2021! It promises to be a great event.
This incredible challenge is perfect for experienced riders looking for their next challenge.
Cycling up to 383km from the frenzy of Ho Chi Minh to the tranquility of Angkor Wat, this breathtaking challenge is one of the best in the world of fundraising events.
The London to Paris Bike Ride is an awesome cycling challenge and is by far one of the best fundraising events in Europe, attracting hundreds of riders each year and raising thousands for charities nationwide.
Addiction and lack of education are two of the root causes of poverty, as identified by the Centre for Social Justice, a think tank whose aim is to inform government policy to tackle these root causes. We have recently been chosen as finalists in their 2021 Awards, in recognition of our work to combat these.