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Recovery Coach

The Basement Recovery Project (TBRP) is looking to recruit a recovery coach who is keen to develop and coordinate the capacity of substance misusers to contribute to their own welfare and recovery from substance-related harms as part of an expanding programme of self-help activities. Closing date: Noon, 22nd August 2018 …

Trainee Recovery Coach

The Basement Recovery Project (TBRP) is looking to recruit a trainee recovery coach who is keen to learn and support all aspects of working within our recovery community in Kirklees and Calderdale.
The role will spread across all areas of work and various locations including; detox house, therapeutic housing, community hubs, recovery groups and administrative work. Closing date: Noon, 22nd August 2018 …

Slow the Flow – It’s not about drugs – but then again, it is.

Going through the TBRP programme, something had “clicked”.  Something has changed this time. I no longer wanted to be a leech to society and wanted to give back.  I was quickly introduced to Kev, one of the Basement Recovery Builders and I have to say, what an inspiration he is.  We are now really good friends. Kev talked about volunteering with …

Overgate Colour Run

Last year I wasn’t confident enough to do the colour run but went and watched everyone having a great time. Seeing it made me realise you didn’t have to be a great runner, just up for a laugh. Soooo…… I signed up for it this year and was so glad that I did as it was fab.

Incredible Edible Birthday Bash

Posted on behalf of Incredible Edible to share these great events: We kick off tomorrow (21st June 2018) with our birthday bash. 10 years of actions. Please share this post. Thursday Celebrate the Summer Solstice with the Incredible Festival of Ideas! On 21st June why not join us for an exhibition at Todmorden Town Hall […]

Small Steps in the Right Direction

Someone once said ‘small steps in the right direction can turn out to be the biggest steps of our lives’
For those of us living in recovery, this is familiar to us. It came to me when we embarked on a family walking group through Calderdale In Recovery (CiR) on a sunny Sunday morning. Adults and children with the obligatory dogs, Walter & Elliot.

Calderdale Community Recovery Builders Action Plan

Our aim is simple: To champion alcohol and drug addiction recovery in our local communities, and to demonstrate that you can get well in the same place where you became ill. We do this on a regular basis while working towards the strategic aims and objectives of Calderdale in Recovery by aligning our activities to a set of key actions described here …

Kirklees Community Recovery Builders Action Plan

Our aim is simple: To champion alcohol and drug addiction recovery in our local communities, and to demonstrate that you can get well in the same place where you became ill. We do this on a regular basis while working towards the strategic aims and objectives of Kirklees in Recovery by aligning our activities to a set of key actions described here …

The Home Run Project – With TBRP

My level of fitness has increased massively and with this, there are the usual benefits; sleeping better, feeling happier, a massive change in my attitude and my overall outlook on life is much brighter. Find out how you can benefit from the Home Run Project, it could be the start to a whole new way of life …