Addiction & Recovery training: From Homelessness to Independent Living
Our training, now in its fourth year, aims to equip churches and pastoral care workers to better understand and support people struggling with addiction and the issues they are facing on their recovery journey.
It is best experienced as a whole course, but can also be booked as standalone sessions. They all run from 9.30am to 12.30pm, with coffee being served from 9.15am.
We ask for a voluntary donation of £5 per session which will go towards the work of Life Recovery Group.
You can book your place here. Or call 07557 056462 to let us know you're coming.
Here's some information about this session's speaker:
From Homelessness to Independent Living - 6 July 2019
Richard Sayer, Salvation Army Hostel Manager
Richard is the Service Manager for Salvation Army Lifehouse (homeless hostel) Logos House in Bristol. Prior to this he worked for the National Probation Service as a manager with the Youth Offending Team, and with adult offenders in groupwork and one-to-one.
Richard has Honours degrees in Social Anthropology and Community Justice. His hobbies include cycling, reading and playing the guitar. He is a Trustee for a Charity called Changing Tunes which uses music to help rehabilitate prisoners and ex-prisoners. He is married with two sons, and attends Woodies Church.