There are many ways to get involved with the work we do at ICADS. We welcome volunteers from the community including individuals with lived experience of substance misuse, and alsorun an accredited peer mentoring programme.
Whether you’re helping people, the local community or the
environment, volunteering is a rewarding activity for people of all ages and from all walks of life.
Volunteering and Peer mentoring can provide many personal benefits and opportunities including giving you a sense of purpose, raising self-esteem, meeting new people and developing skills and experience. Volunteering will not affect your benefits and can act as a stepping stone into paid work.
We also accept student placements and satellite delivery from local services who can enhance our service users treatment journeys or help them in specific areas of their lives.