We would like to Thank one of our service users for this beautiful marble sign for our Healing Garden. It is so appreciated. Thank you again.
Thank you ALL for attending our “Jingle and Mingle” Open Day. The feedback we received was excellent food, great organisations, fabulous Bingo Keep Fit. A Great day was had by all. 🙂
We are delighted to announce that Maddy Vaz won the Positive Achievement Award for Health and Wellbeing Campaigner. Well done
We were very honoured that The High Sheriff of Merseyside, Mr Stephen Burrows and his wife Mrs Gill Burrows came to visit our project on 10th October 2017, he met with some of our clients and our Kinship Carer group. A good day had by all.
We were all very proud of the participants in the Health & Wellbeing Group. Thank you for attending and Well Done on achieving your certificate.
Beautiful picture of our Chair receiving her award. Accompanied by one of our Family Support Workers : Sharon Huddart.
We are so very proud of our founder member and Chair Maddy Vaz for receiving an award from The High Sheriff of Merseyside in recognition of her great and valuable service to the community.
Well done Maddy, you so deserve this award.
Yesterday our Chair Maddy Vaz was invited to Radio Merseyside’s Ngunan Adama’s Upfront programme. Maddy brilliantly explained what Sanctuary Family Support is all about……… if you would like to listen please click on the link to hear her interview in full.
Sanctuary is proud to say we have been recognised as a centre to offer accredited courses and qualifications through Open Awards: 2016-2017
We are very happy to announce Sanctuary was mentioned by our local Councillors in an article in the Liverpool Echo:
“We’re delighted to see some groups from the part of the city we represent being successful in obtaining grants from the Mayor’s Environmental Initiatives Fund.
Sanctuary Family Support is a wonderful charity based on Upper Parliament Street that does so much to help families affected by substance dependency.
Their planned healing garden will be part of the range of therapies and support it offers.
These small parcels of money will have a big impact.”
Cllrs Tim Beaumont, Abdul Qadir & Nathalie Nicholas