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29th June, 2017

National Lottery funding helps people recovering from substance misuse and mental health problems

“The Space,” a peer led project in Leeds managed and run by the Bridge Project Charity has received £332K from the Big Lottery Fund. The…

5th June, 2017

Volunteer Team Of The Month | June 2017

June’s Volunteer Team of the month …it’s Tina! First of all, a massive thank you to Tina for all the support she offers to service…

30th May, 2017

Some Great News, and Some Sad News

In my New Year’s message I expressed my confidence that Bridge would be successful in securing the Bradford Adult Substance Misuse and Recovery Service Contract….

3rd May, 2017

Volunteer Team Of The Month | May 2017

May’s volunteer team of the month is The Vault Volunteers! First of all, a massive thank you to our volunteers Jez, Jade, Sam, Kyra, Grennie,…

6th January, 2017

A New Year Message From Jon Royle, CEO

I think it’s fair to say 2016 will not go down in our sector’s history as being one of its finest years! Nationally heroin deaths…

15th September, 2016

CEO Jon Royle on Addicitions to Painkillers

…At the Bridge Project, based in Bradford, staff had experienced success in running a benzodiazepine withdrawal service for the past seven years, targeting patients in…

8th September, 2016

Bridge Trainee Practitioner shares her past experience of addiction and motherhood

Trainee Recovery Practitioner Lisa Batty has spoken exclusively to  the BBC about her past experience of motherhood in addiction. In her brave interview, Lisa explains how…

15th July, 2016

Bridge Staff Contribute To National Steroids Story

This week Joe Kean, Team Manager , appeared in Good Morning Britain’s piece about the dangers of abusing steroids. Joe writes, “Within the last 5…

23rd June, 2016

CEO Comments On Decriminalisation Of Drug Use

Chief Executive Jon Royle comments on a recent report on the decriminalisation of drug use in the Telegraph and Argus. Speaking to the T and…

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