1. Residential to Rehabilitation - R2R
1. Support Workers (35hrs- £24,570 )
Rehabilitation to Reintegration (R2R) is a new service within Liber8 Lanarkshire. R2R is a service for people’s journey post discharge from residential rehabilitation (RR), returning to South Lanarkshire. The service would operate on two strands: personal development planning and practical and emotional support.
R2R will help individuals leaving RR to navigate the landscape they’re returning to; working with them to establish and access recovery opportunities and activities within the Beacons and other recovery opportunities, while also linking the person with wider services where necessary, services including mutual aid, housing, benefits, and other wraparound networks.
The post is aimed at mentoring and supporting people at this critical transitioning stage of their lives. The postholder will help the person build recovery capital, help to raise their confidence, encouraging people to achieve their full potential and set realistic goals to assist them in their own individual recovery journey.
Training in the Mentoring approach will be provided through the Scottish Mentoring Network.
2. Role: Recovery Worker (35 hrs - £23,114)
We are looking to appoint a Recovery Worker within the Beacons Initiative. Various positions are availble, inlcuding full time, part-ime and sessional hours. Postholders will be engaged in multi-agency working and establishing pathways and facilitate people's engagement with the Beacons. They will also provide a range of activities and opportunities including 1-1 and group work.
As a Recovery Worker, you will have had experience of working with and knowledge of the impact of substance misuse on individuals, families and the wider community and be able to engage and provide support to people safely and effectively. They will be required to work with people individually and in groups, in a person-centred approach; providing them with emotional and practical support to make changes to their lives and to support them to progress their recovery journey by assisting them to access interventions and opportunities that are important to them.
Recovery Workers will work with people in a way that promotes equality, facilitates recovery, and supports the development of the persons sense of control over their lives and recovery journey, while promoting, contributing to and embedding an environment which encourages and supports recovery principles and recovery approaches. They will also work with participants to promote and support recovery, social connection and building recovery communities.
Previous applicants need not apply and will be included in shortlisting.