Monthly Archives: May 2016

Lee Dixon, a RAPt graduate, wrote about his experiences at the 2015 Hull Graduate Reunion

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Lee Dixon, a RAPt graduate and former client of The Bridges, wrote about his experiences on the day. “The first thing that really struck me was the venue because I thought it was really significant – The Freedom Centre. The second thing that sprang to mind was the title – The Time is Now. What Continue Reading

“Everything’s changed since I got involved with RAPt…I feel positive and hopeful for my future” – Part 2

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Dean Cussons – 1 year on Hello. My name’s Dean and I’m an addict. I wrote a blog for RAPt last year. I wanted to write another one, to reflect on how much my life has changed since being introduced to RAPt. Since I wrote the blog last year, I have spent four weeks at Continue Reading

“Everything’s changed since I got involved with RAPt…I feel positive and hopeful for my future.”

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In 2013, a pilot scheme developed by staff at The Bridges, RAPt’s residential rehab unit in Hull, was commissioned by Hull City Council. The ‘DRR Pilot Scheme’, as it has become known, created a new pathway for clients issued with a Drug Rehabilitation Requirement (DRR) by the courts. DRR’s are a community order for the Continue Reading