• Publication

    Culture, Connection and Belonging – A Study of Addiction and Recovery in Nottingham’s BAME Community

    This report emerges from a collaborative effort initiated in August 2017 when a diverse learning partnership was established between BAC-IN, Lankelly Chase, and Sheffield Hallam University. This report presents qualitative findings from research...

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  • Blog Post

    A national service for representing people living with severe and multiple disadvantage

    Expert Link is turning the idea of citizen involvement on its head. We are working with those who are or who have been severely and multiply disadvantaged in society (living with a combination of homelessness, drug or alcohol misuse, domestic...

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  • Blog Post

    The Mission of Change

    In mid-November, Lankelly Chase convened a conference for representatives of the organisations that we work with; for commissioners from local authorities, the NHS and other services; and for people with lived experience of the social harms that...

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  • Blog Post

    Hard Edges

    12 stories. All from people who live on the hard edges of society. All from people who have faced hardship so extreme, you listen and can’t help to wonder how they are sitting in front of you today. All with aspirations. All with grievances....

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  • Project Summary

    The Nelson Trust

    To provide residential drug treatment services and personalised, therapeutic and practical support for women in the criminal justice system in Gloucestershire.

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  • Project Summary

    Domestic Violence Intervention Project (DVIP) and Cranstoun

    A partnership project between drug treatment and domestic violence services, working with men perpetrating abuse and providing integrated support for their partners and ex-partners.

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  • Project Summary

    Anawim

    Testing an alternative model of mental health support for women facing severe and multiple disadvantage.

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  • News Story

    Launch of Agenda: the new alliance for women and girls

    We welcome Katharine Sacks Jones, the Director of Agenda: the new alliance for women and girls, into post this week. The alliance will stimulate change in the way services respond to women and girls who have experienced multiple difficulties,...

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