We were honoured to welcome the Duchess of Cambridge to our award winning Women's Centre in Gloucester. HRH talked with staff, supporters and women accessing the centre about the service.
As part of our residential services Nelson Trust provides an exceptional abstinence-based treatment programme to achieve lasting and sustainable recovery.
Education, training and employment form a huge part of our residential and community based programmes. Learning, creativity and recreation are all key parts of recovery.
The ISIS Women’s Centre is a community based service transforming the lives of vulnerable women at risk of offending or reoffending; including those affected by drink and drugs.
Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal attended our STAR (skills, training, arts and recreation) Centre to meet trustees, staff members and clients. The event marked our 30th Anniversary and the contribution made by the centre to the wellbeing of people struggling with addiction, enabling them to learn new skills and gain vital qualifications for the workplace.
This conference celebrated 30 years of influencing change for women. Policy-shapers, professionals, academics, front-line staff, and the women we've helped all came together to share best practise, knowledge and insight. All went home inspired to enable vulnerable women and girls in the UK to re-build their lives after difficult times.
The Nelson Trust provides a women-only programme to help women recovering from addiction and trauma