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 would like to invite you to join us for our charity fundraising event on Saturday 5th April 2014 from 10:00. We hope to raise enough money on the day to set up a new complementary therapy suite to benefit our service users and the general public, so please be prepared to give […]
On Sunday the 27th of April, several Broadreach House members of staff will be running the Plymouth Half Marathon to raise sponsorship for the organisation. Funds raised will be used to develop a complementary therapies suite, based at the Broadreach House Day Service – ‘Ocean Quay’. The new suite will offer a range of […]
Broadreach House would like to welcome you to our Support Worker Open Evening on Tuesday the 26th of November. The event is from 5-7pm, and as being held at Ocean Quay, Richmond Walk. The event offers the opportunity to find out about Broadreach House and the work we do, meet the house managers and […]
Broadreach House has been successful in reaching the final of the ‘Social Justice Awards’. The awards ceremony will take place on the 30st of October as part of the 2nd annual Social Justice Conference, and will be attended by several hundred charities and organisations who work with disadvantaged individuals and families across the UK. […]