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    Volunteer Mini Bus Driver

    7th January 2019 by Gabriel Stoltz

    Title of post: Volunteer Mini Bus Driver Service area and location: Primarily The Vault Recovery Café (30 Manningham Lane, Bradford)…

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    Bridge Project is delighted to retain the 4Women contract

    17th December 2018 by Gabriel Stoltz

    Bridge is delighted to be awarded the contract to provide the Specialist Service for Individuals with Multiple Needs at Risk…

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    National Lottery funding will provide a health and fitness programme for all our beneficiaries

    6th December 2018 by Gabriel Stoltz

    Bridge is thrilled to receive #NationalLottery funding that will provide a health and fitness programme for our beneficiaries. The project will…

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    The Bridge Project is looking for a resourceful, motivated individual to become a Self Care Champion who will work within a Community Partnership of 6 GP practices. The post holder will work with a range of statutory and voluntary sector organisations to support and promote self-care through collaborative working within their community and locality. More information and job description:
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    Would you be interested to be a Volunteer Driver for one morning (or more) per week supporting the delivery of food to the Vault Recovery Cafe and driving the mini bus for groups taking place in community venues?
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    Tanis shares his amazing recovery journey:

    “I started seeing the New Directions Service of the Bridge Project after I was discharged from hospital in late January 2018 following treatment for malnutrition, multiple liver problems and various other medical problems. New Directions helped to stabilise me and gave me tools to begin complete abstinence from alcohol. I got a great amount of help through the service and my key worker.

    After I completed these sessions and I was happy with the success of everything, my keyworker referred me to the STEP program at the Bridge Project, which helps clients who fit certain criteria, getting help and assistance with employment and education. As a result I applied for a job as a temporary receptionist at the Bridge Project and was successful at the interview. I was thrilled by this and accepted the job and had my length of contract increased since I started. I love working here and helping everybody within the Bridge Project; the work of all the services is astounding and I am happy to call myself part of the team.

    Trust me when I say that if you let them help you, you can reach places you thought closed to you - I am now gaining my Health and Social Care level 1 and 2 qualifications through the help of the Bridge and Shipley College.

    I had been drinking 4+ litres of cider and/or any alcohol I could get my hands on a day, from waking up to going to bed for a few years and didn’t think I would ever be able to stop, let alone staying abstinent; but with hard work and determination and the support and help of everyone at the Bridge I have now been clean for 11 months and counting!

    I know there will still be hard times ahead but with the tools given and the guidance from the Bridge services and the support of my family and friends, I now have the courage to continue with my recovery and more so; I feel I have the confidence to pursue anything in life.

    I can’t express enough gratitude to all the parties that helped me so far – I can now look to the future instead of dwelling in the past!”
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    Vault Recovery Cafe
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    A Christmas message from our Chair of Trustees, Melva Burton, and Chief Executive, Jon Royle - Bridge Project ... See MoreSee Less

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    Meet the team

    Senior Management

    Jon Royle

    Chief Executive

    Jon has worked in the substance misuse sector for 25 years as a volunteer, researcher, therapist and manager.

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    Martin Brook

    Director of Finance and Support Services

    Martin has been working at Bridge for nearly 10 years and has worked in finance and premises roles in the voluntary sector for nearly 25 years.

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    Tracey Hogan

    Director of Operations

    Tracey has 27 years experience within the substance misuse field and has held practitioner, management, clinical standards directorship and operational directorship roles.

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    Sally Black

    Director of Human Resources

    Sally is an accomplished Human Resources Consultant and Interim Manager with Executive Director experience in the health and social care sector.

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