Service users work on a voluntary basis on community projects in the Highland area. The project encourages team building, building confidence and learning new skills.
Outdoor Projects can involve varying tasks clearing embankments, pathways, cutting overgrowth. We have an indoor woodworking project making various items from wood destined for landfill.
Service users gain useful skills and knowledge whilst engaging. Regular attendees can achieve the John Muir Award which is an environmental award scheme focused on wild places. It encourages awareness and responsibility for the natural environment.
This service is for individuals who are in recovery from addictive behaviours, mental health or are progressing through the criminal justice system.
Anyone in the Inverness and Easter-Ross area is welcome to contact this service. Referrals can be made through criminal justice social work, treatment and rehabilitation services such as Osprey House or Beechwood House.