LGBTQ+ Drug & Alcohol Recovery Support Workers

Location: London (City & Hackney)
Closing Date: 30th Nov 2022
LGBTQ+ Drug & Alcohol Recovery Support Workers

Employment Type: Employed

London Friend is the UK’s oldest LGBTQ+ charity, working to improve the health and wellbeing of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people. Our Antidote service provides high quality drug & alcohol psycho-social treatment and support to LGBTQ+ people utilising harm reduction & abstinence-based methods.

We are working in partnership delivering substance misuse treatment and support in the London Boroughs of the City of London and Hackney. This is led by Turning Point, and in partnership with Mind in the City, Hackney, and Waltham Forest. London Friend is the LGBTQ+ lead for the partnership.

Recovery support workers will provide support to fellow LGBTQ+ people experiencing difficulties with drug or alcohol use, including supporting those engaged in chemsex, and incorporating HIV prevention initiatives and sexual health support. They will hold a caseload of clients and be responsible for their assessment, case planning, review, and ongoing care. They will deliver group programmes and provide outreach to LGBTQ+ people in community settings including local sexual health clinics.

The postholder will be employed by London Friend and work within a multi-agency team based in the two Boroughs and local satellite locations including the local Turning Point service several times a week. They will also assist with the delivery of Antidote’s services, including our walk-in clinics and group programmes, with a priority on identifying and supporting residents of the City of London and Hackney.

Closing date: 5pm on Wednesday 30th November 2022.

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