Recovery Hub

About Recovery Hub

DHI runs a Recovery Hub in Midsomer Norton, a building that houses a variety of services that we and other organisations run in order to offer a full service to local people who need support. The Hub is partly funded by Bath & North East Somerset Council.

Pathways Covered

Accommodation

Overview

Our Reach Support Service provides practical and emotional support to people who have difficulties with their accommodation, or who may be homeless or at risk of homelessness. The service helps people to live independently and develop useful life skills.

What we do

The Reach Floating Support Service provides a combination of practical and emotional support to help people live independently and develop useful life skills.

It is run jointly by DHI, and Stonham and Curo.

The support it offers includes advice on housing, benefits, and managing debts; it can also refer clients to other specialist agencies.

It can help people to:

• Find suitable housing
• Maintain their current housing
• Understand their housing rights and responsibilities
• Deal with rent or mortgage arrears
• Budget effectively
• Access employment, training and educational courses or services
• Set up a new home

Where we do it

The service is based at:

DHI Information Takeaway
31 Monmouth Street, Bath BA1 2AN

and also at:

The Hub
High Street
Midsomer Norton BA3 2DP

How to access

The Rural Recovery Hub is open from 9am-4:30pm from Monday and Friday (to 7pm on Tuesdays).

People looking for help can drop in at the Hub

or

make contact by ringing 01761 419086.

The service is free and confidential and open to people who live in Bath and North East Somerset.

For more information on this service or how to access the services offered please use the following contact methods:

Telephone: 01225 422156
Mobile: 07917 637846
Email: info@dhireach.org.uk

Drugs

Overview

DHI and the Specialist Drug and Alcohol Services organisation offer services for people with alcohol or drug problems from The Recovery Hub.

What we do

Services offered to support individuals with drug and alcohol concerns available at the hub include:

  • counselling
  • group sessions
  • psychological therapies
  • advice and information
  • prescribing services 
  • support for families and carers.

A service specifically for young people is also offered by Project 28.

Where we do it

This service is based at:

The Hub
High Street
Midsomer Norton BA3 2DP

How to access

The Rural Recovery Hub is open from 9am-4:30pm from Monday and Friday (to 7pm on Tuesdays).

People looking for help can drop in at the Hub

or

make contact by ringing 01761 419086.

The service is free and confidential and open to people who live in Bath and North East Somerset.

Education, training and employment

Overview

The Clean Slate Training & Employment offer advice sessions and support for people looking for education, employment or training opportunities, and who have additional barriers to engageing.

What we do

The service offered by Clean Slate Training & Employment organisation finds temporary and permanent jobs for long-term unemployed people who may have a history of homelessness, mental ill-health, offending, or drug or alcohol misuse.

Where we do it

The service is based at:

The Hub
High Street
Midsomer Norton

BA3 2DP

How to access

The Rural Recovery Hub is open from 9am-4:30pm from Monday and Friday (to 7pm on Tuesdays).

People looking for help can drop in at the Hub

or

make contact by ringing 01761 419086.

The service is free and confidential and open to people who live in Bath and North East Somerset.

Finance, benefit and debt

Overview

DHI deliver an advice and money management service from The Recovery Hub in conjunction with the Credit Union.

What we do

The advice services helps people with:

  • money management
  • debt advice
  • personal budgeting

Where we do it

This service is based at:

The Hub
High Street
Midsomer Norton
BA3 2DP

How to access

The Rural Recovery Hub is open from 9am-4:30pm from Monday and Friday (to 7pm on Tuesdays).

People looking for help can drop in at the Hub

or

make contact by ringing 01761 419086.

The service is free and confidential and open to people who live in Bath and North East Somerset.

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