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The Recovery Day service is a daily drop-in facility offering anyone who is struggling with drug or alcohol addiction the experience of a recovery focused environment. You can talk to other people seeking change in their lives, spend time with a support worker and begin to understand more about yourself and your addiction. We are now excited to announce that along with other weekly activities taking place at the Clubhouse, we will now be includiFind out more
Yvonne manages our newly opened charity shop. With a background in retail and understanding and knowledge of chemical dependency and the impact it can have on individuals and families, she was naturally the right person to drive this new initiative forward. As well as running the shop, she takes responsibility for ensuring we have volunteers to assist in delivering a customer friendly experience to all that visit us. 1). What does Silkworth meFind out more
Silkworth are giving away a £50 Hand Picked Hotels gift voucher. The gift voucher was donated by Silkworth founder and chairman, Frank Laine, who was given the voucher after swimming out and rescuing a woman struggling with hypothermia in the sea last week. With no thought about their personal safety, Frank and another swimmer, Lorna Anderson, swam the 500 meters out to rescue the woman in freezing water. News link below: https:Find out more
Meet James Videgrain, a support worker at Silkworth Charity Group who joined the team last year. He has recently come on board on a permanent basis and runs the charities Art Group. 1). What does Silkworth mean to you/ why did you want to work at Silkworth? Silkworth is very close to my heart. I was a client and graduated from treatment at Silkworth and I can honestly say that it saved my life. I really loveFind out more
Silkworth Charity Group is delighted to announce that it has received funding to the amount of £11,000 to operate its Children's Programme ( Silkworms ) which was launched in May 2018. Silkworms is a dedicated programme for Children aged between 7 and 12 years of age who have a parent, older sibling or other close family member that suffers with the illness of Chemical Dependency/Addiction. Peter Pexton, president of the Rotary ClubFind out more
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