Friday 14th December it is Local Charities day, an initiative set up to encourage people to support the local charities that make a difference on their door steps. Julian House has many life changing projects across the South West of the UK, supporting some of the most marginalised members of society. Click here to find out what […]
We love seeing the successes of our clients when they start to turn their lives around. This is one of our Bristol recovery clients, for years he worked Covent Garden until he fell into addiction. He’s now running workshops at the PRSC (Peoples republic of Stokes Croft) in Bristol and enjoying performing his Punch and Judy […]
April 21st brought about a beautiful sunny day in Bristol, perfect for the annual Spring Ting Festival organised by Bristol University’s Jazz Funk Soul Society.
It is with huge sadness that Survive announces its closure on 30th April 2018 after 44 years of dedicated service in the domestic abuse field.
Like many others who come through our addiction recovery service, Jim’s past was a lifestyle of drug and alcohol abuse, severely poor health and violence.
As we drag ourselves past the most indulgent period of the year, it seems to be a popular choice to start a fresh new chapter with a promise to be healthier.
Jeremy Damrel tells us how he came to cycle from Land’s End to John O’Groats to raise over £1000 for See Change
Merry Christmas! 2017 has been a year of big change for us; early in Summer we took an important decision to change our name in Bristol,
Michael’s story began when he was a very young boy, growing up with addiction in his family led to his own troubles with drugs and alcohol…
Having recently returned to Bristol, Chloe saw an opportunity to volunteer with us at The Colour Fun Run through an online advert and wanted to get involved…
On Tuesday the 28th November it is Giving Tuesday; a national day that encourages people to get involved with their favourite charity.
Early on Saturday 2nd September, while the sun was creeping up above Baltic Wharf, preparations started for the annual See Change fundraising event; The Dragon Boat Festival.
This October saw the return of The Colour Fun Run to Oldbury Court Estate in Fishponds.
Having waited many years to be eligible to work in the UK, James succeeded in obtaining a support worker role with another local charity.
Following a history of homelessness, substance misuse and mental health difficulties, Simon is getting back into work.
A big thank you to all the companies that entered a team and volunteers that helped make the event a great success.
See Change is a bold statement of what we aim to achieve for our clients in all the services that we provide.