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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
Tenancy Officer Kirsty Matlock describes why she loves the unpredictability of her role, which involves problem solving and making sure that all customers are safely housed
As we celebrate International Women's Day on 8 March 2021, if you read nothing else today, please read BCHA refuge support worker Faith Shimongola's story. It is quite simply an incredible account of determination against adversity and exemplifies what International Women's Day is all about. Thank you.
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)
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
Congratulations to Jonathan Gulliver, the author of this Who We Are blog, who has just taken up his new role of Building Safety Manager. Here, however, Jon has written about his experiences as Project Surveyor with BCHA, particularly during the first Covid lockdown. A member of the Asset Management team, Jon takes a keen interest in piloting smart building technology to help keep customers’ homes safe…
Property Development Officer, Thomas Bain describes his role at BCHA, helping to provide suitable accommodation for tenants, as: "a very exciting responsibility to have."

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