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Wandering Biku (his pen name) came to BCHA following alcohol rehabilitation. Here, he describes how BCHA’s employability and skills programme boosted his confidence and unearthed a stunning talent for poetry.
BCHA is looking for a new Communications Manager. Could it be you? Or do you know someone who would do a great job?
This is the story of V, a survivor of modern day trafficking, who is currently being supported by BCHA’s Liberty team, which helps individuals who are victims of human trafficking and modern day slavery.
Unemployed people interested in a career in hospitality will have the opportunity to train with top Italian chef and teacher Ciro Vitiello through BCHA’s new free employability and skills programme At Your Service
On Thursday 9 September 2021 representatives from BCHA discussed proposals for a change of use of Acacia Lodge care home to supported accommodation for people who have experienced homelessness
Maggie, a former computer programmer, tells how BCHA’s NOCN Accredited Personal Development Skills course enabled her to move successfully away from a constant state of anxiety.
Nadia Silva explains how she became involved with BCHA's The Way Forward employability coaching project and how it has shaped her, as well as many others people's lives.
A contactless donation scheme developed by the Homelessness Partnership, whose members include BCHA, has been launched in Bournemouth and Poole
The Mayor of Poole, Cllr Julie Bagwell, has opened a £21,000 multifunctional activity room for domestic abuse survivors and their children at BCHA’s Poole Refuge.
Anna Mclaughlin of BCHA's Bournemouth Refuge has written about her experience working collaboratively with the Valise Noire Storytelling Theatre to help domestic abuse survivors tell their own stories through the #WomenOfWords project

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