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The Independence Initiative works with individuals, agencies and the community to facilitate the

long-term rehabilitation of people with a history of drug misuse and also provides support for

their families.

 

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By the indy, Jul 4 2017 01:55PM

Our thanks go to David Baker, George Bonsu, and Murphy Akpu who recently undertook an evaluation of our Pilot programme within our transitional housing unit – The Key. And we must also thank Dr.Vicki Doyle, Director of Studies in International Health Consultancy at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM) for arranging this evaluation. The process was an excellent conduit for bringing to life the vast array of positive outcomes that we feel The Key is providing. I hope you find it of interest.

If you would like to discuss The Key in more detail please contact:

Paulene Connell – Client Services Manager

Jim Brett – Operations Manager


By the indy, Jul 4 2017 09:25AM

Sefton CVS have confirmed an award of £2000 for the Indy. With this money we intend to deliver on Living Well Sefton's expectation that the grant is to be used to actively engage local people in making positive changes to their health and wellbeing.

We are certain this finding will benefit may of our clients and our thanks go to Sefton CVS for their ongoing support



By the indy, Feb 22 2017 10:23AM

WE ASKED ALL OF OUR CLIENTS TO DESCRIBE THE INDY IN 1 WORD – THE PICTURE REPRESENTS THE WORDS THAT THEY USED, AND THE BIGGER THE WORD THE MORE IT WAS STATED – THANKS EVERYONE, YOUR HELP IN ACHIEVING THIS IS VERY MUCH APPRECIATED. THE PICTURE WILL BE DISPLAYED IN OUR RECEPTION AREA ASAP

By the indy, Nov 30 2016 10:37PM

Jen and Erin have commenced a six month Intermediate Labour Market scheme with us. Jen is working in the Admin & Finance team whilst Erin is in the Client Support Team. The posts are being funded by Sefton @ Work, an organisation that helps unemployed residents of Sefton in their search for employment. It is hoped that Jen and Erin can be kept on after their placement period. Welcome to you both!

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