‘’That is why we constantly strive to learn and to innovate, to challenge ourselves, to adapt and work together with others who can bring valuable expertise. Being the best doesn’t mean wanting to be the biggest it means giving the very best of ourselves to achieve our purpose.‘’
“I am not really a person who is interested in books and I do not read much, to my surprise I found myself really enjoying the extracts of the book that Nell read to the group. I found myself relating to the character and his exploits…” Peer Mentor.
In the second of our series of case studies focusing on how Phoenix Futures is responding to the challenges presented by the rise of Novel Psychoactive Substances (NPS), we see how our Leicester Community Services are working in partnership to develop joint working initiatives
Essex Support, Advice and Mentoring service share their favourite things about the festive period, how to support each other and wish everyone a merry Christmas as part of Phoenix's Recovery at Christmas campaign.
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