The aim of the Bridge Project is to help people in Luton who have had support or treatment for alcohol and/or drug use to develop the confidence, skills and experience required to compete in the labour market.
It does this by setting up and running Social Enterprises that offer volunteering, training and employment opportunities, including so far:
- A horticultural and gardening business based at Stockwood Discovery Centre
- Café Nobar, based at the Resolutions Hub on Castle Street
- A bread making business
Are you looking to get back into work? Call or text Michelle on 07534 484954 (or ask your key worker to get in touch), or come to The Bridge open afernoon on the first Monday of every month from midday until 3:30pm at Café Nobar at The ResoLUTiONs Hub, 89 Castle Street, Luton. You can also download our flyer.
The project is managed by BRCC in partnership with Luton Borough Council and Druglink, and is funded by the Big Lottery Fund, with contributions from other funders including the Wixamtree Trust, Public Health England and the Bedfordshire Police and Crime Commissioner Community Safety Fund.
For further information please contact Lisa King at firstname.lastname@example.org.