Let’s Engage Programme

Let’s Engage Programme

After listening to the issues and challenges people living on the streets and hostels face, we developed a meaningful activity programme for rough sleepers and people with experience of street homelessness. The programme runs 5 evenings a week with a drop in on Saturday’s and activities like fishing and football in the warmer months. Since funding began, we have engaged over 80 current or former rough sleepers and more than 100 people in total.

Our aim is to reduce isolation and give people a safe environment on the evenings where they can engage in meaningful activity and build a positive peer network. Once people move into accommodation they can continue to engage with the sessions and be part of the groups.

Recovery Exhibition

The gallery looks VERY different now..with the launch this evening at 6pm for Recovery Month. Please do come along and celebrate Recovery Month with Wolverhampton artists and artists in recovery. Enjoy some wonderful art and hear some inspirational stories and chill with All Hands Sounds..help raise money for our beloved Good Shepherd Ministry..find out about local Recovery agencies and charities..and CELEBRATE the message of Recovery..as always there are too many people to thank and one motto to remember #outofdarknesscomethlight ..maybe two mottos #wolvesaywe 😉

Posted by Collectivism on Thursday, September 12, 2019

For Recovery month we put on an exhibition that included artwork from the evening groups alongside established artists and service users from the recovery service https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-birmingham-49743355

We wanted the exhibition to show that even when people are sleeping rough and in early stages of recovery, they have skills, talents and strengths. 

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