Double Impact has been privileged to play a supporting role in the lives of our service users, who are the driving force behind everything we do. Working in Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire, we offer a unique service that deals with all the issues facing recovering people, helping to break the devastating cycle of addiction.
At Double Impact, we believe in the importance of strong, mutually beneficial relationships between our service users, our charity and the community. We offer a range of services for businesses and community organisations, which in turn, increase our social impact and create more opportunities for people recovering from addictions.
Local food gifting business Treat Kitchen are planning an alternative Black Friday event this year which aims to help shoppers make a real difference to their local community.
It’s been a while since my last running blog back at the start of the first lockdown, when I did the Metric Marathon of 26.2km in my back garden as part of the 2.6 national event (I've just about got over the dizziness!). Only one other event since then, when in the third lockdown I managed to run the equivalent distance (131.5 miles) of visiting all our services back in February this year.
Double Impact's educational provision for people recovering from addictions has been awarded Direct Claims Status for the second time running by the Skills & Education Group