Stepping Stone is 10 week course for people in recovery who are abstinent / or free from illicit drug use / or problematic alcohol use or anyone involved within Community
Stepping Stone is 10 week course for people in recovery who are abstinent / or free from illicit drug use / or problematic alcohol use or anyone involved within Community Justice Services. The project aims to provide a range of opportunities to support people to increase their confidence, develop new skills and engage in recovery activities which will support people to move forward with their recovery and possibly move into further training, volunteering and / or employment.
The course is being delivered in partnership with Ayrshire College to provide participants with a range of training and support including, basic / introduction to IT skills, using email & sending files, basic literature / writing skills, confidence building, group work activities, Naloxone training, First Aid and peer support.
The course will take place Ayrshire College, Ayr Campus, every Monday and Wednesday, 10.00am – 3.00pm, from Monday 14 January – Wednesday 20 March 2019. Public transport costs to attend the college will be reimbursed where required. Tea, coffee and lunch will also be provided.
Following completion of the 10 week course participants will have the opportunity to undertake volunteering opportunities, access a range of other training courses or consider applying for the ADP Volunteer Peer Worker Project.
Please ensure the participant and the person making the referral sign the form. On receipt of the referral form Stephen will call the participant and arrange an initial meeting to discuss the course further.
If you would like further information on the project please call Stephen McLean on Tel: 01292 612115