The aim of the foundation is to break the cycles of addiction and offending behaviour with the primary purpose to deliver a service that makes a real difference to real lives. We will help individuals recover from substance misuse to shape and sustain positive and rewarding lives.
All individuals who have substance misuse issues should have access to support that is effective in changing lives.
We believe in providing individuals who want support should receive support.
We believe all our service users should and will be respected without reservation or judgement.
We believe in equality and embrace of all races, cultures, ages, sexual orientation, religious beliefs and social class.
We believe that each of our service users should have the opportunity to achieve positive change and move away from dependence on drugs or alcohol.
We achieve our mission and vision by listening carefully to each individual and respond to their situation with honesty and understanding. We provide a physically, psychological, emotionally safe environment were individuals live in a culture of abstinence, have access to individualised one to one support, help set and then reach meaningful goals to achieve personal ambitions, provide evidence-based group work, alternative therapies and liaise with other supporting agencies for continuity of care to enable the development of self worth, confidence and empowerment so women can reach their full potential and achieve greater independence.