Recovery Champion

    Published
    Dec 5, 2018
    Location
    Halton, United Kingdom
    Category
    Job Type
    Closing Date
    2018/12/17
    Work Hours
    37.5
    Job Salary
    £21,933 per annum
    Salary Units
    Annually
    Reference
    CGL2868
    Region
    Halton

    Description

    An exciting opportunity has arisen within Halton Integrated Recovery Service, for a Recovery Champion post to work across Halton.

    Change Grow Live are delivering an innovative integrated service providing a range of recovery focussed interventions to both drug and alcohol users across the Halton Borough.

    Skills

    Halton Integrated Recovery Service is offering rapid and open access to assessment and interventions for people experiencing issues with drugs and / or alcohol. Halton is promoting movement from addiction to independence by providing a range of clinical and psychosocial interventions, including one-to-one structured support, Foundation of Recovery, community detoxification and Harm Reduction interventions.

    Responsibilities

    We also host peer support and peer-led activities within a bright and welcoming environment. We are looking for a Recovery Champion who will need to demonstrate a strong recovery focus and have a knowledge of the range of community and recovery support available. To support individuals to identify and access recovery capital within their own communities. To work to a POD based approach of engagement and shorter term Recovery Management therapeutic interventions along with one to one approaches in order to support those individuals through their recovery journey.

    Experience Requirements

    In return, we offer a package of development opportunities and the chance to get involved in a creative and innovative service which has built up a strong and vibrant recovery community.

    Change Grow Live are committed to ensuring the safeguarding and wellbeing of children and vulnerable adults, and all applicants will be required to demonstrate understanding of and commitment to best safeguarding practice