It provides housing and life skill training for individuals recovering from substance misuse. It offers assistance to people that are frequently homeless, as they move from being dependent on substances, often abusive relationships into independent, self-sufficient lifestyles. Additionally, it assists clients gain training and voluntary/employment opportunities. This is particularly important as 80% of the clients relapse through boredom.
This is the cities only peer led recovery facility that offers housing, recovery centre and training voluntary/employment opportunities to its clients. It will become self- sufficient through rented flats, contracts and a shop. The facility provides clients within a range of services that teaches them necessary life skills. This collaborative approach to empowerment is the keystone to developing self-sufficiency in the clients.