Annual Report: 2017-2018
The Nexus Programme has its roots in the addictions-related work first pioneered in the early formative years of the charity. Those who have experienced child abuse and developed problematic drug or alcohol use as a consequence of that trauma, can access this much-needed intervention.
Networking, building and maintaining close working relationships with other community-based services across Bristol is a necessary and essential element of this work when identifying and engaging hard-to-reach clients. The positive impact Nexus is having on the lives of the many individuals we see is rewarding and hugely encouraging.
Regular monitoring has shown those accessing the programme are better able to manage their addictions in far safer and less harmful ways, understand accompanying post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms and associated mental health difficulties. When this level of self-care has been reached, clients can then access our one-to-one counselling service to address underlying trauma.
Important information about your images
As you know, our first exhibition has come to an end. We would like to thank the people who contributed to it and … Continue reading “Important information about your images”Read more >
Great day at the Mem
With £726 of vital donations collected and our profile significantly raised, Southmead Project enjoyed a hugely successful day out at Bristol Rovers’ Memorial … Continue reading “Great day at the Mem”Read more >
Pre-counselling programme funding boost
Southmead Project was given a much-needed boost in January, receiving vital funds to help deliver its pre-counselling programmes to those from challenging backgrounds. … Continue reading “Pre-counselling programme funding boost”Read more >