1 EACH Enabling Change Rebuilding Lives EACH Enabling Change Rebuilding Lives
2 EACH...working with diverse communities to help people address their alcohol, drug, mental health and domestic violence concerns.
3 Enabling Change u Rebuilding Lives our aim our services EACH exists to make positive changes in the lives of individuals, families and communities affected by alcohol and drug misuse, domestic violence and related mental health issues. Counselling Information, advice and support Structured day care programme Family service Women-only service Volunteer Empowerment and Training 1 1
4 EACH about us Established in 1991, EACH is one of the foremost Asian-specific alcohol counselling services in the UK and a pioneer in the field of developing culturally sensitive services. We work with diverse communities to help people address their alcohol, drug, mental health and domestic violence concerns. Over the years, EACH has developed specific services tailored to meet the needs of black and minority ethnic communities who experience cultural and linguistic barriers to mainstream services. EACH provides a range of community-based services that help people to gain the self-confidence and independence to rebuild their lives....the counselling service has really helped me become a stronger and braver person and supported me to move forward in life. Hansa (service user) 2
5 Enabling Change u Rebuilding Lives...I felt valued, understood, respected and loved... Chris (service user) 3
6 EACH our services Services at EACH are provided in a safe, confidential and accessible environment. We take a client centred approach, considering individual needs based on background, personal experience and circumstances. Information, advice and support This is provided to encourage safe and responsible drinking and drug use, make referrals to detox or rehab facilities, and meet the practical needs of clients in areas such as housing and welfare. Counselling Using a range of therapeutic approaches, we provide short and long-term counselling in a number of mother-tongue languages to help people to talk through their concerns and achieve positive changes. Structured Day Care To help those with a long history of substance misuse to achieve abstinence, the Structured Day Care programme provides weekly support groups on topics such as anger management, confidence building and relapse prevention, combined with complementary therapies. EACH has helped me recover my life after many years of addiction. I am now able to look forward with confidence and enthusiasm. Peter (service user) 4
7 Enabling Change u Rebuilding Lives Family therapy and support Substance misuse can have a significant impact on families and children. Our family service provides advice, information, counselling and peer support groups to help families to cope. Women-only service To meet the multiple and particular needs of black and minority ethnic women and the difficulties they experience in accessing services, EACH provides targeted support for Asian women and girls through our specialist domestic violence project and through home visiting, GP satellites, and women-only groups. Volunteer Empowerment and Training EACH enables volunteers and service users to access training, employment and further education in order to develop their skills, confidence and experience and build on their strengths. 5 5
8 EACH Translation summaries Farsi Gujarati 6
9 Enabling Change u Rebuilding Lives Hindi Punjabi 7
10 EACH Translation summaries Somali Urdu EACH waa urur ku takhasusay mutaddawacnimada oo la aasaasay 1991 si loola shaqeeyo bulshooyinka kala diimaha iyo dhaqamada ah. Waxaan talobixin asturan oo ka dhacaysa deegaan ammaan ah ka bixinaa arrimaha ay ka midka yihiin khamri cabka, isticmaalka daroogada, caafimaadka maskaxda iyo qalalaasaha gudaha: Caqli-celin ku baxaysa afka hooyo ee qofka si looga caawiyo dadka inay ka hadlaan waxyaabaha walaaca ku haya. Warbixin, talosiin iyo kaalmayn ku saabsan sidii si caqli-gal iyo ammaan ah loogu waajihi lahaa khamriga iyo isticmaalka daroogada, iyo u gudbinta dadkaaas ee xarrumaha daaweynta ama cisbitaalka. Adeegga daryeelka maalmeed si dadka looga caawiyo inay ka fogaadaan ku tiirsanaanta ama yaraynta khamriga iyto daroogada. Adeegga qoysaska ay saamaysay khamri cabka ama isticmaalka daroogada ee ay ku lug leeyihiin lammaanahooda, qaraabo ama carruurtooda. Adeegyada haweenka u gaarka ah si haweenka looga caawiyo ka hadalka arrimaha ku saabsan khamri cabka, daroogada, caafimaadka maskaxd iyo qalalaasaha gudaha. Tababar iyo kaalmayn si mutaddawiciinta iyo adeeg isticmaalayaashu u helaan xirfad, kalsooni iyo khibrad. 8 Macluumaad dheeraad ah EACH kala soo xiriir telefoonka
11 Enabling Change u Rebuilding Lives EACH is committed to achieving equality of access to all our services and promoting service user involvement. EACH works in partnership with a range of stakeholders, including London Probation Service, Youth Offending teams, Primary Care Trusts, community and voluntary organisations, GPs, women s groups, schools, colleges, housing and social care services, mental health services and other alcohol and drug treatment providers.
12 For further information contact: EACH Head Office Vine House 1 & 2 Factory Yard Hanwell W7 3UG Tel: Fax: Web: EACH Enabling Change Rebuilding Lives EACH Harrow Ground Floor, Signal House 16 Lyon Road Harrow Middlesex HA1 2AG Tel: Fax: EACH Brent Wembley Centre for Health and Care 116 Chaplin Road Wembley Middlesex HA0 4UZ Tel: Fax: Registered Charity No Company No
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