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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.
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.
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.
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.
Single father Carl Care is one of a growing number of customers of The Way Forward who are expanding their learning, securing job interviews and getting back into work.
James Tonjes is one of a growing number of unemployed people who BCHA's The Way Forward team is helping to expand their learning and secure job interviews
When BCHA put out a call for cookery vloggers for the Factory Community Project, Joel Foy rose to the challenge and is now one of our most prolific contributors, making delicious but easy to follow recipes

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