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Stuart has been a committed and passionate volunteer to BCHA for the last seven years, going above and beyond, making a positive difference to our customers' lives.
People across BCHA happily comment that Patrick McGullion is everywhere they look - and he certainly is one very busy man.
Andrea Way has worked with BCHA customers in a variety of housing roles during the last 14 years. But her current job as a Tenancy Housing Officer is the ‘cat’s whiskers’.
More than a quarter of the young people who have come to BCHA through the government’s Kickstart scheme have gone on to secure permanent jobs with us. Here, Paige Hutchings talks about how Kickstart has helped kickstart her career
Debbie Marlow stands side by side people facing true crises in their lives. Here, Debbie talks of the deep satisfaction she feels from being there for people when they most need it.
Xabi Gawler helps and supports people through some of their darkest days as a Peer Support Specialists at Bridport Community Front Room (CFR)
Chris Stickels has personal experience of mental health issues and now works as a Peer Support Specialists at Bridport Community Front Room (CFR)
Kate Coughlan is a Project Advisor for BCHA’s successful The Way Forward and Steps2Success programmes, as well as its new At Your Service programme, which offer support and practical skills and training to help unemployed people back into work.
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.
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.

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