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BCHA’s Bournemouth Refuge is appealing for help to complete the second stage of the much needed refurbishment of its flats for families who have fled domestic violence.
A Dorset man who suffered a massive brain injury after taking ‘legal highs’ has built a new life as a gardener for the charitable housing association BCHA.
Project Manager Val Jefferies explains the background behind the The Way Forward programme, why she feels honoured to drive it and her hopes for its continued success.
A BCHA customer has written about how his experience on the Ignite Personal Development Skills course transformed his life and helped him gain employment by learning new confidence giving life skills that changed his mindset from hopelessness and despair to positive thinking.
BCHA's Millennium House customers and staff celebrate end of lockdown and Pride month with talent packed arts and music festival
A new mental health drop-in service run by BCHA and Dorset HealthCare has been officially opened by the Mayor of Weymouth Cllr Colin Huckle and his wife Marian, Mayoress of Weymouth.
BCHA refuge support worker Amy Smith has written this insightful blog about the work being carried out by BCHA to raise awareness around LGBTQ+ issues
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

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