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CAIS introduces Parkland Place rehab

CAIS introduces Parkland Place rehab

CAIS IS THRILLED to introduce Parkland Place, a brand new luxury residential rehabilitation centre in beautiful North Wales

Clive Wolfendale made RSA wellbeing champion

Clive Wolfendale made RSA wellbeing champion

CAIS chief executive Clive Wolfendale is pleased to have been appointed RSA Wellbeing Champion for Wales

Business breakfast to support employees

Business breakfast to support employees

CAIS hosted a Wrexham business breakfast to show how the charity can help firms support staff wellbeing.

Successful At-Your-Service scheme reopens

Successful At-Your-Service scheme reopens

CAIS HAS REOPENED the successful At-Your-Service catering and customer service training scheme to new applicants.

Wrexham choir sings out for recovery

Wrexham choir sings out for recovery

PEOPLE WITH EXPERIENCE of homelessness, adverse mental health and substance misuse conditions are singing out for recovery, togetherness and wellbeing at a new choir in Wrexham

CAIS to support workforce development

CAIS to support workforce development

CAIS WILL DELIVER vital substance misuse training to hundreds of people from across North Wales after winning a new contract from the North Wales Area Planning Board for Substance Misuse.

Training scheme to change communities

Training scheme to change communities

A SPECIALLY-DESIGNED new training scheme will help people who want to change their communities for the better begin a successful career in the charity sector.

Research proves value of recovery groups

Research proves value of recovery groups

LONGER-TERM INVOLVEMENT in recovery groups enhances the toolbox of resources available to people with experience of substance misuse conditions, new research has indicated.

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