The service users representative forum was set up in 2009 by a group of service users who had been through the treatment programme and wanted to help the service users of the city have a more active say in how treatment was delivered, to provide an advocacy service and to sign post service users to the relevant agencies as well as giving service users a voice that could be heard.
Our vision is to provide a friendly, fun, lively, professional and all inclusive forum run by service users for service users. Our aim is to enable people who have been involved in any way with substance use problems to obtain and share information and learning, meet socially, develop confidence and have fun. We ensure that their needs and views are aired and listened to. All our many diverse and innovative activities are aimed at improving the quality of the services that people of the city access.
Broadreach House will be holding their annual reunion on Saturday the 5th of September. The day will start around 12 noon and will include live entertainment, Hog Roast & BBQ, Complementary Therapies, a Raffle, and various competitions taking place throughout the day including: ‘The Great Broadreach Bake Off!!’ The day is priced at £4 […]
In partnership with the WEA (Workers Educational Association), clients resident at Closereach will be taking part in a 2 day (8th to the 9th of July) green woodcraft and woodland management workshop. &nsbp; This exciting opportunity will provide the opportunity to learn a variety of techniques, to work safely using a range of hand tools, […]
This Spring has seen increased working links between Broadreach Training and the Workers Educational Association (WEA) in Plymouth to provide exciting new community adult education courses. Our new Stress Management workshop and Psychodynamic Perspectives workshop have proved popular with two new dates scheduled for July.
Broadreach Training are pleased to announce that The Learning Institute will be running two Foundation Degree courses at Broadreach Ocean Quay starting in September 2015. The Foundation Degree in Childhood and Adolescent Mental Health and the Foundation Degree in Health and Social Care are two exciting part time courses that will see a new intake […]