Archive: Mar 2016

  • The Bridge Programme

    The Bridge Programme The Bridge Programme is a joint working initiative between the Salvation Army and the Community Addictions Unit in Cardiff. It is a residential treatment programme for men and women who are homeless or at risk of homelessness….

  • The Huggard Centre

    The Huggard Centre The Huggard are a Cardiff-based charity tackling homelessness. They help peoples to overcome  barriers that force people to sleep rough on the streets. The Huggards day centre is open 365 days of the year. They have a 22 bed hostel…

  • Narcotics Anonymous

    Narcotics Anonymous Narcotics Anonymous is a non-profit fellowship for people who have had a problem with drugs. It is a program for people in recovery who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. The program requires complete abstinence from…

  • Minutes 18th March 16

    Minutes 18th March 16 Please find below the minutes from the meeting on 18th March 16. At the meeting on 18th March Alison kindly attended the meeting. Alison highlighted all the good work that Footsteps to Recovery do across Cardiff…

  • Naloxone Training

    Naloxone Training NewLink wales are currently offering Naloxone training to family and Carers. For more information on the training please see the link below; Naloxone flyer 2 (2) Naloxone is an “opioid antagonist” which counters the effects of opioid (i.e….

  • NewLink Wales

    NewLink Wales Please see the information below provided by NewLink Wales. If you have any queries about anything provided then please contact NewLink Wales. Contact information can be found at the bottom of the page. Our Vision: A world where…

  • Footsteps – Agenda 18th March 16

    Footsteps Footstep’s to Recovery is a through care and after care service. The service is available for people with drug or alcohol problems who live in Cardiff or the Vale. There are three main elements to the service; Moving on…

  • Minutes 3rd March 16

    Minutes 3rd March 16 At the meeting on 3rd March Des talked to the group about the move of the ADFER Ward. The ADFER Ward will be moving to Llandough Hospital in April 16. Des explained the purpose of the…

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