Project Ahryzen (2017-2019)

Lankelly Chase and BAC-IN have been working together for nearly a year to establish a shared vision for a longer term partnership – Project Ahryzen – which it is now confirmed will cover the next two years. Using collective insight gathered by BAC-IN friends and peers, the ambition is to establish and learn from a ‘new paradigm’ for services for BAME people facing multiple disadvantage at individual, family and community level.

Lankelly Chase is a charitable foundation seeking to bring about change that will transform the quality of life of people who face severe and multiple disadvantage. We commission, co-design and grant fund a variety of practice, policy and research programmes which help us in this mission and help to tell us how change really happens for people living difficult lives at the margins of society.

Project Ahryzen will work with individuals experiencing substance misuse issues and related multi disadvantage, support their families and work with disadvantaged communities.  The project will provide a transformative recovery programme and related services designed to:
•             Help individuals move from dependence to interdependence;
•             Support families to understand and contribute to the recovery of their loved ones;
•             Engage, support and galvanise communities towards getting their voices heard and bringing about system change.

Project Ahryzen will be providing individual and group-based recovery work and family support.  The project will be delivered by two Senior Recovery Workers, male and female members of the team supporting users and families.

Project Ahryzen is based at Huntingdon House in the centre of Nottingham and will offer services across the City of Nottingham.


Learning partner opportunity: Culturally specific responses to multiple disadvantage

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