Our Vision is to create a sustainable visible recovery community that promotes inclusiveness and combats stigma through community integration.
We promote recovery from addiction, by incorporating the health/ well-being and social inclusion agendas, to promote recovery through education, training and development.
Kennedy Street’s team delivers relevant, specific identified requirements, from structural needs, equipment, activities, national forum inclusion and partnership working, to raise funds for sustainable community inclusion.
Everyone has a right to realise their full potential, and to have the opportunity to live free of social exclusion because of addiction, place of birth, education attainment or gender.
We at Kennedy Street believe training and education delivered at a local level, to meet the diverse needs of the local community, is best placed to create a sustainable visible recovery community, in which Families, Children and individuals can thrive.
By working closely with local service providers from Health, Addiction, Schools/Colleges, local business and the local council we can make best representation on Kennedy Street’s social inclusion needs, and help bring about sustainable visible recovery communities throughout Brighton and Hove, and further a field through association with regional and national recovery communities.