Our Latest News

We wanted to inform you about our latest news:

NEW SELF HELP GROUP:

Every day Life Addiction (E.L.A) is a Clacton on Sea, self-help group, for people struggling with addiction. The group is facilitated by Coastal Academy, with Futures in Mind staff and volunteers in attendance, to help people look at new ideas and opportunities so that they can make positive changes in their life. The group meet every Thursday between 12 and 2pm.

Their address is Coastal community centre, Pathfields Road, Clacton on sea, C015 3JL. Please call 01255 420707 if you are interested in attending.

We are really happy to offer our support and expertise to this new group.

    

NEW VACANCY

We are currently on the hunt for a new Service Coordinator position for the South East area, including Basildon and Pitsea.

We would be most grateful if you could please share this to all friends and family. Getting the right candidate is imperative to getting people the most support.

https://careers.phoenixfutures.org.uk/internal/vacancy/service-coordinator-futures-in mind-414661.html?fbclid=IwAR3zjx1NmOGtNZMISbB0nqUfV8OlZyBMbRujhR6fpUl6m8Rjl0poUWyLoDI

NEW STAFF MEMBER:

We have a new member of staff called James Young starting as a Service Coordinator.

He will be helping us get back on our feet across the mid and North Essex areas whilst we manage some staff shortages.

Author: Laura Balerdi
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