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    Donations and Fundraising

    3rd March 2022 by Gabriel Stoltz

    Bridge recently received an anonymous donation of £10,000. We are overwhelmed by such a selfless act of generosity and would…

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    “The Future of Prevention, Treatment and Recovery in the UK” – panel event with Professor Dame Carol Black, Professor Keith Humphreys and Mr Jon Royle, Wednesday 22 September 2021 at 11am

    20th September 2021 by Gabriel Stoltz

    The Centre for Social Justice is delighted to be hosting this event bringing together some of the most influential, well…

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    Housing First transforming the lives of homeless people

    18th May 2021 by Gabriel Stoltz

    Housing First is a partnership between local charity the Bridge Project, Bradford Council and housing providers. It is based on…

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    Merger Announcement by the Trustees of Spacious Places and The Bridge Project

    5th May 2021 by Gabriel Stoltz

    Innovative charities The Bridge Project and Spacious Places will merge with effect from 30th June 2021. The merger is the…

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    The MARAC Navigator Service focusses on a selected group of cases that return to the MARAC due to repeated high-risk domestic abuse incidents where engagement with either the victim or perpetrator in the co-ordinated action plan has been unsuccessful. The MARAC Navigators will receive all referrals from the MARAC meetings, working with a small caseload of typically 10 cases each MARAC Navigator will aim to:Provide aspirational person-centred support through building a trusting relationship with the victim or perpetrator to start to address issues that contribute to incidents of abuseProactivity and intensively conduct face to face work with the victim or perpetrator to build all the networks of support that wrap around the individual to facilitate recovery, building and sustaining hopeWork as part of a wider team to build and evidence what future support should look like. #newjobpost #job #NewJob #jobadvert #jobs #thebridgeproject #jobvacancy ... See MoreSee Less

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    The Liaison and Diversion service is a multi-disciplinary team operating across West Yorkshire. They work with vulnerable adults and young people who come into contact with the criminal justice system, with the aim of diverting individuals away from crime and into health, social care or other support organisations.As an STR worker the post holder will work as part of a team, screening people within police custody suites, identifying and offering support to those with complex needs that might be having a negative impact on their health and wellbeing. The post holder will work within a team and hold a caseload, providing time limited, support and sign posting service connecting those identified to the appropriate community services.For more information about this role and to view the full Job Description please click #NewJob ... 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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