Sanctuary Family Support is recruiting a Part time Family Support Worker
This person needs to be experienced working with families and have an understanding of the issues facing substance misusers and their families.
For an application pack please ring 0151 735 0747 / alternatively please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please be aware closing date is 7th May 2021
WE WANTED TO LET YOU ALL KNOW SOME OF THE LOVELY THINGS PEOPLE SAY ABOUT SANCTUARY FAMILY SUPPORT :
This e-mail off the Live Well Directory for Sanctuary Family Support
My name is Ryan – I am a GP at Princes Park and Brownlow.
I wanted to feedback that I have a number of patients who are/have been supported by yourselves. The feedback I have received from them is exceptional, people cannot speak highly enough for the work you do and the compassion you do it with. Also that you go the extra mile for them regularly.
It is also nice to have feedback so thought I would pass this on, and pass on my own thanks for supporting my patients going through very challenging situations.
COVID-19 PROCEDURES FOR CLIENTS
There are now a few changes to the way we will be seeing you at Sanctuary.
The office is now open, however if you would still like your one to one session over the phone we can still comply.
On arriving for your appointment you will use the intercom, one of our staff members will automatically open the door.
On entering the building please use the sanitizer in the dispenser.
A member of staff will then take your temperature before commencing into the office.
Sanctuary Family Support is a FREE Confidential Service for Families, Substance Misusers and Kinship Carers.
Are you unable to cope with substance (Alcohol or Drugs) misuse, either for yourself or is someone in your family misusing?
Sanctuary has provided the space for people to grow and flourish.
Do you need support, advice etc?
Please contact us in confidence on:
0151 735 0747
322-326 Upper Parliament Street
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2013 : Community Foundation’s Health & Wellbeing Award
2015: Madeline Vaz awarded The Caring Award at the Women of the Year Awards
2017: Madeline Vaz awarded The High Sheriff of Merseyside Award for : Great and Valuable services to the Community
2017: Madeline Vaz awarded the Positive Achievement Award for Health and Wellbeing Campaigner
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