5 WAYS members worked together to create the first pizza evening for themselves. Ben, a 5 WAYS member painted and sold plant pots to buy two pizza ovens. Members rallied round to help Ben decorate 5 WAYS and create a suitable venue, renamed by the members, “Benito’s Pizzaria” for the evening. In the end over…

Last week’s ‘Focus on Rehab’ provided 30 new referrals into the Forward Leeds team for rehab preparation. The public were able to chat with staff and clients from ten different residential rehabs across the Forward Leeds hubs to discuss options for treatment. They were also able to talk to rehab workers, detox workers at Forward…

Forward Leeds offered visitors to Leeds Pride tips on “How to Party Properly” last Sunday. It was all part of the Forward Leeds “Wasted this Summer?” campaign, designed to help people make safer choices around alcohol and drugs. The team spoke to over 200 people in the Pride Market Place throughout the course of the…

Forward Leeds were invited by the British Transport Police to support them at their Summer Safety Awareness Day on the 27 July. The purpose of these days is to reduce alcohol related assaults and disorder at Leeds Station but to also educate people on having a safe night out whilst in Leeds. Forward Leeds offered…

Drug and alcohol recovery service, Forward Leeds, is focusing on raising awareness from July 31-August 2 of its efforts to support people in Leeds into residential rehabilitation centres. Forward Leeds offers out of area residential rehab as a recovery option from alcohol and drugs for anyone over the age of 18 years who lives in…

On Friday 11 July the work of Forward Leeds was recognised as part of the Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust (LTHT) Time to Shine 2018 awards. Time to Shine is an annual event that the Trust holds to recognise and celebrate outstanding work. The Award for Collaborative Working was given to the LTHT Hepatology Department and…

“Wasted this Summer?” is the question from Forward Leeds Wasted this summer is the title of a campaign aimed at helping people in Leeds to make wiser choices about their behaviour over the summer. Forward Leeds are distributing leaflets, postcards and posters across the city with their messages on them and will also be sharing…

A “high quality” drug and alcohol recovery service which has made a “positive impact” across Leeds is celebrating its third anniversary. Forward Leeds, the city’s alcohol and drug support service has helped over 4,000 adults and 700 young people to meet their treatment goals since it began in July 2015. Councillor Rebecca Charlwood, Leeds City…

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