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Government grant funding and support from Dorset Council has enabled BCHA to purchase a development in Ferndown of three flats with their own gardens
An introduction to the four new Meaningful Occupation Co-ordinators – Amy Gillard, Megan Austwick, Zaza Phoenix and Melissa Lepic - who are providing personalised support to individuals as part of the Government’s Next Steps Accommodation Programme (NSAP)
Co-production and Peer Mentor Development Worker Mike Knowles has written this update about the progress being made by the Co-production and Peer Mentoring service, including innovative service user activities such as diary rooms, an expert panel and podcasts.
BCHA is proud to be part of the launch of Plug In Devon, a new online community platform for the recovery community in Devon that provides information on housing, recovery, wellbeing, community and mental health services
BCHA is supporting Green Machine’s call for redundant tablets and computers to be donated to help combat digital poverty by providing a Covid-secure drop-off point in Dorset
An equality, diversity and inclusion initiative has been introduced by BCHA to eliminate all forms of discrimination within the organisation, as well as for customers
A glimpse into the busy world of our Development team, who have been sourcing properties and managing leases among other things - written by Natasha Callaway, Business Administration Apprentice
A new out-of-hours emergency service provider, npa24:7, has been appointed by BCHA to provide an improved housing emergency repair service to customers
An important message regarding the latest Coronavirus guidance from Hony Premlal, BCHA’s Director of Customer, Homes and Repairs
Natasha Callaway is in her first year working as a business administration apprentice in BCHA’s development service. In this blog she has written about her experiences and what she has learnt so far

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