Are you committed to making a positive change and empowering service users to achieve a better quality of life?

In this role, you will utilise all of your expertise in providing remarkable service and care to your own caseload of service users, this includes being responsible for offering a range of interventions, care planning, assessments and supporting service users through their treatment journey and recovery ambitions – from beginning to end.

Working as part of our dedicated and multi-disciplinary team and alongside our prescribers, you will offer health support via testing clinics for blood borne viruses (BBVs), embracing the concept of recovery and keeping up-to-date and accurate records and documentation.

You will be an integral part of a team, making a real difference to people’s lives and the wider communities in which we serve.

  • I started out as a volunteer in Winchester, helping out around the place with Open Access and answering the phone. With the support of colleagues and management, I was fortunate enough to be offered paid work. Working with people in difficult circumstances has been the most rewarding thing I’ve ever done.  To see people rebuilding their lives is the greatest job satisfaction anyone can have. It can be hard at times, but incredibly worthwhile

    - Chris, Recovery Worker at Inclusion Recovery Hampshire

About the role

Full-time Recovery Worker (working 37.5 hours per week). You will be involved in weekend and evening work, but this is on a rotational basis and you may also be required to work from home.

The vacancy is open to qualified professionals, or members of the public with some understanding of substance misuse and is based within the Aldershot hub for Inclusion Recovery Hampshire.

Inclusion Recovery Hampshire is a drug and alcohol treatment and support service for individuals impacted by their own, or someone else’s, use of alcohol or drugs.

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