Quality For Health Level 2 for The Basement Recovery Project
The Basement Recovery Project in Kirklees has successfully completed Quality For Health and have gained a Level 2 award. The Basement Recovery Project is an independent self-help, not for profit, charitable organisation, based in Huddersfield and Dewsbury, Kirklees and also Halifax, Calderdale. They offer support and inspiration to those people who are involved with alcohol and/or substance misuse.
Larry Eve, Service Manager at The Basement Recovery Project said:
“The Basement Recovery Project is thrilled to receive the Quality For Health award. As an organisation working with some of the most vulnerable in our society, we strive to provide a service that is caring, personal and responsive. To undergo the quality evaluation made complete sense and we are now able to provide assurance to our service users, partners, referrers and commissioners that we can evidence the delivery of high-quality health and well-being outcomes. The Quality For Health award has helped our organisation reassess and evaluate all our current policies and procedures applying equality tools throughout the entire process.
The award has also reassured us that we have always had the service users’s interests, experience, outcomes and empowerment at the heart of all we do and strive to achieve.”
Larry was presented with the organisation’s Quality For Health certificate by Head of Quality, Engagement and Enterprise at VAC, Jo Bolland who said:
“Congratulations to the Basement Recovery Project Kirklees for achieving Quality For Health Level 2. It’s fantastic to see another organisation in Huddersfield being recognised for their commitment to delivering high quality services to the local community.”
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