The Adullam Programme is a self referral, voluntary programme designed to give people looking for a second chance at life, the tailored and holistic support they need to sustain their recovery, also equipping them with the necessary skills to achieve their hopes and dreams through education and/or employment.
The Adullam Programme is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (Registered Charity Number: 1179623) that offers a range of high quality services. The support is provided by staff and volunteers who specialise in helping people who suffer with mental health issues, low self esteem, eating disorders, hurtful relationships and past addiction issues (to name but a few!) that have resulted in the formation of negative cycles of behaviour.
Meet some of the team
The Adullam Programme is run by a Programme Leader and Volunteers
Sarah is one of the founding members of the Adullam Programme and has been involved since its beginning. Sarah has a passion to people thrive and succeed in life.
Kath has been involved with the Adullam Programme for a number of years and has a real passion to help people overcome life's hurts, hang-ups and habits. Kath leads the Celebrate Recovery programme and is a group leader for Living Life to the Full.
Sandie joined the Adullam Programme leadership team in Spring 2017. She is a teacher by profession who runs our Employability Course and is a group leader for Living Life to the Full & Celebrate Recovery.
Anita has a background of working with homeless and vulnerable people. She has a real desire to see people overcome past hurts and harmful ways of life, and to have a hope for the future and know that they are loved.