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Many people find a sense of calm and fulfilment in gardening. For Tom Fraser, 32, gardening has aided his recovery from horrific drug related injuries and provided a rewarding career to support his young family. Here Tom tells his story about his journey from addiction to employment and a new life.
As BCHA’s Allotment Coordinator and a qualified trainer, Miles Mahoney can claim to have one of Dorset’s finest workplaces – a beautiful two-acre site with its own apple orchard, pond, growing beds and abundant wildlife.
In her blog, Senior Practitioner Wendy Thompson shares her passion and the strategies she uses for supporting individuals with their mental health issues
Single father Carl Care is one of a growing number of customers of The Way Forward who are expanding their learning, securing job interviews and getting back into work.
Alice Evans feels passionately about supporting people with mental health and loves making a difference to the lives of people who attend her courses – “I will always go the extra mile to help others and every customer is at the heart of my actions.”
Since 2015, development coach Irwin Edgehill has transformed the lives of many with his own inimitable style of mentoring, bringing hope and a positive outlook
A grant from Wessex Water’s Community Recovery Fund will allow BCHA's Bournemouth Women's Refuge to create a sensory garden and allotment
James Tonjes is one of a growing number of unemployed people who BCHA's The Way Forward team is helping to expand their learning and secure job interviews
What better way of celebrating National Employability Day (30 April 2021), than by sharing the story of Mr B, who overcame addiction and homelessness to reclaim his career as a chef.
A reminder during Stress Awareness Month that BCHA's Community Front Rooms offer virtual support for people experiencing mental ill health and emotional distress

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