Nottingham Double Impact delivers the following services in Nottingham city: Nottingham Recovery Network Nottingham Recovery Network (NRN) is the new enhanced drug and alcohol pathway for Nottingham City residents. It is a brand new service and a partnership between Double Impact, Framework Housing Association and Nottinghamshire Healthcare Trust. NRN offers a single point of access to all drug and alcohol services in Nottingham city. The pathway has been commissioned to make referral easier, treatment interventions less complicated and more appropriate, and make the service users’ recovery more sustainable. Freephone number: 0800 066 5362 Homelessness Prevention Service The Homelessness Prevention Service – Nottingham (HPSN) is a Floating Support Service providing resettlement and support to individuals with a current or past substance misuse issue in need of support and assistance including those at risk of homelessness. The Service aims to help people to maintain their home and reduces the risk of potential homelessness. The resettlement service supports individuals when moving on from supported housing; Working in partnership with supported housing services to ensure the transition is as smooth as possible. We provide advice with the physical move, support to access furniture, setting up utilities accounts, housing benefit / universal credit claims etc. HPSN is a partnership with between two agencies, Double Impact and Framework. Referrals To make a referral please contact the Central Access Phone (CAP) on 0800 055 6184. You can self refer or an agency can refer you. The referral will take a couple of minutes over the phone. Alternatively, referrals can take place through the website: http://www.centralaccesspoint.org/ HPSN aims to be in contact for an assessment within 5 working days. Address:Homelessness Prevention Service Nottingham Double Impact 24 Friar Lane Nottingham NG1 6DQ t: 0115 9483612w: Framework’s website Open: Monday – Friday 9am-5pm Appointments outside these hours are offered where individual circumstances require it. Clean Slate Academy The 'Clean Slate' Academy (in partnership with Framework Housing Association) works with people who are currently under a community probation order and provides a person-centred learning and employment pathway that is designed to meet the client ‘where they are at’. This programme delivers personal development opportunities to ‘Students’, with an emphasis on education, training, volunteering & mentoring, employment, and connections to their wider community assets. These objectives are achieved through access to accredited training packages delivered both within the Academy and in conjunction with partner agencies. Our programme is currently delivered within both community drug and alcohol services and adult offending teams. Clean Slate Academy is based within the Adult Offender Team at Castle Gate House. Address: Castle Gate House, 24-30 Castle Gate, Nottingham, NG1 7AW Telephone: 0115 915 1414 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Recovery Recruitment Recovery Recruitment is part of Double Impact Synergy CIC, a community interest company set up by Double Impact. We work in close partnership with local businesses to provide bespoke training and employment opportunities to individuals established in recovery. Our tailored service matches highly motivated and uniquely talented individuals with socially responsible, forward thinking employers. Cafe Sobar Cafe Sobar is an alcohol-free recovery cafe and venue in the centre of Nottingham and has been developed with the support of a grant from the Big Lottery Fund. The initial idea for Café Sobar came from the users of Double Impact services, who found that one of the main barriers to their recovery was social isolation and the lack of places to go that are alcohol-free, particularly in the evenings and at weekends. Our vision is to provide Nottingham with an alternative to the mainstream restaurants and bars, offering a convivial and creative space open to everyone who wants the choice to socialise without a focus on alcohol. Cafe Sobar is a community interest company, so all profits go directly back into the Double Impact charity, helping to fund the services needed to support people in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. The bar also provides opportunities for people in recovery to gain valuable experience, training, volunteering and employment. Building Better opportunities - Opportunity & Change Opportunity and Change is a support programme for people with multiple and complex needs throughout Derby, Derbyshire, Nottingham and Nottinghamshire. Double Impact is a delivery partner in Nottingham city and Nottinghamshire. The programme is being delivered by local organisations working together, with a range of experience of working with people with multiple and complex needs and aims to support people to achieve stability and provide access to mainstream services. It is part of the national Building Better Opportunities programme funded by the Big Lottery Fund and the European Union through its European Social Fund. It is being managed by Framework, a charity and housing association dedicated to helping homeless people, preventing homelessness, and promoting opportunities for vulnerable and excluded people. Building Better Opportunities - Towards Work The Groundwork Greater Nottingham Towards Work project is part of the national Building Better Opportunities Programme. Jointly funded by the Big Lottery Fund & the European Social Fund, the programme is delivered throughout Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, Derby and Derbyshire by a partnership of local organisations who specialise in supporting people into work. Double Impact is a delivery partner in Nottingham city and Nottinghamshire. It aims to support with those first vital steps towards gaining employment through a personalised service and support to overcome barriers an individual may face.