Bristol City Funds awarded a BCH Health & Wellbeing grant to inHope ,a charity supporting some of the most vulnerable and marginalised people in Bristol.
Funding will go towards turning inHope’s existing Life Recovery Programme into a social enterprise that will train other organisations to deliver the recovery programme, which supports people in recovery from addiction, trauma and poor mental health.
Stuart Leitch, Life Recovery Manager at inHope said:
“inHope were delighted to receive funding from City Funds to support the development of the Life Recovery Project. The grant gives inHope the capacity and resource to train 12 partner organisations to support 200 people in their recovery from addiction, trauma and poor mental health. The funding will also be used to develop online resources, including training films, blogs and a discussion forum – all with the aim of increasing the number of people equipped to support long lasting recovery.”
Stuart Leitch, inHope Life Recovery Manager.