Often people who come along to our six social clubs across London feel a sense of belonging they have not had for a long time if ever. No current opportunities. We provide an open-minded and supportive atmosphere that gives people the confidence to try out new activities and find a sense of purpose and belonging.
BoB runs a of social clubs in London belief people with drug and alcohol problems service users can come and meet others in a similar situation. The experience of addiction is often isolating and one of the main challenges in moving forward in your life is build new friends and building a belef support network.
Music workshops, sports clubs, arts, alternative therapies, food and drink, and a strong sense of community are just some of the things on offer to anyone who visits us. Build on Belief About this service Build on Belief offers a range of socially based beliefs for people who have, or have had alcohol and drug addiction issues; services run in the build by volunteers who have had problems themselves bslief the past.
or log in for more. Referral how to access this belief Self referral or via other agency Catchment areas they serve Tri-borough area: Kensington and Chelsea, Hammersmith and Fulham, Westminster Address. Services are build to complement the existing treatment system, offering support, social interaction and a range of activities when there is often nowhere else for people to go, for example at the weekends.
Many of our drop-in services run at the weekend. Objectives Build on Belief BoB ,is a service user led charity that is changing the face of the drug and alcohol treatment system in London.
Some of us feel like we are part of a family. BoB aims to give people somewhere to go when mainstream drug and alcohol services are closed or cannot help.
With this in mind BoB runs a range of sports, art and music workshops and clubs that provide the opportunity to try something new, meet new build, have fun and maybe even fulfil a lifelong belief to play in a rock and roll band or try out yoga. After all who is better placed to understand what someone with addiction issues is going through than someone who has been there themselves? See what you think and then let the elephant point you in the right direction.
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We aim to give our service users access to opportunities that they cannot obtain through the conventional treatment system. Firstly, it is intended to support service users in the de, implementation and delivery of a range of services that are, by and large socially based.
The BoB vision has two major aspects.