This week Croydon Radio host, Jimi Sayo invited DiversityInCare’s Founder, Angela Edmondson on to the show to discuss how ‘Health & Wellness Coach, Melanie Henry can help women in recovery take charge of their wellbeing.
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Our ‘care pathway’ service will deliver a resettlement plan tailored to fit each individual’s needs and circumstances. It will provide ongoing support to ensure each person and their family can take the vital steps needed to live independently.Read more
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Our workshops are focused on personal development and supporting individuals to overcome their obstacles. We offer empowering workshops to help deal with a range of issues: from coping with stress, to dealing with a secret addiction, learning how to prevent relapse, or gaining employment.Read more
Our Service Users
“My children and I lived in fear of my husband; he would regularly beat and starve us. Even after being arrested and sentenced with a restraining order, my husband harassed and stalked me and my children. For four years,I tried to get further support; DiversityInCare helped by getting me and my children safely rehoused where my husband could not find us.” Read More
At the age of 11, Shantelle was being regularly abused by her mother and raped by her mother’s boyfriend. She began drinking at 13. By 19, Shantelle had two children, was in an abusive relationship, had a serious drinking problem and was facing six months in jail. Read More
“My sister had begun heavily drinking after meeting a new boyfriend. In no time she was drinking, using drugs and pregnant! Due to her chaotic behaviour, her career as a school teacher had ended, she had lost her home, and our parents refused to take her due to her abusive and threatening behaviour.” Read More