Reach out to Open Road and start your journey to recovery today. Read more
Everybody knows Somebody who needs support. Open Road are on hand to support people with drug and alcohol issues in Essex and Medway Read more
Open Road now offers an online self referral option. Simply fill out the form and someone will get back to you within two working days to complete an initial assessment.
Download Open Road's charity single here.
Keep Moving (Feat. Lorraine Gray) is out now and available for download. Every penny raised goes towards the services that Open Road provides to our local communities.
Donate to Open Road. Every penny you donate goes towards giving a better opportunity to another individual, family or community affected by drugs or alcohol. Find out how to donate here. We have given donation amount examples to show how your money could make a difference.
Help raise funds for Open Road by recycling your ink cartridges via the Recycle4Charity Programme.
Open Road receives £1 for every cartridge recycled.
Open Road's Welfare and Criminal Justice manager Steve Wood has been short listed in the "Outstanding Contribution" category at the annual DSC Social Change Awards. Open Road supporters are encouraged to go online and vote for him!
Open Road hosts its Annual General Meeting at the Community Stadium, Colchester.
Introduced by Open Road's Chair of Trustees Robert Smith, with keynote speaker Essex Police Deputy Chief Constable Pippa Mills and a County Lines Gang production by AlterEgo Creative Solutions.
The Needle & Syringe Programme in Essex is for injecting drug and steroid users. Open Road provides sterile injecting equipment and associated paraphernalia in 4 centres and 41 pharmacies across Essex. We give advice on harm minimisation and health related issues.
As a Recovery Volunteer you will be assisting with care co-ordination of all clients entering the service and engaging in treatment.
To support the Open Road Head Office team with running our online eBay shop. Read more
As the Recovery Worker you will be responsible for care co-ordination of all clients entering the service and engaging in treatment. You will also be responsible for the development of recovery plans for individual clients, and for liaising with other service providers relevant to the individual’s needs. This role may include supporting the service as an Outreach in the future, so the ability to drive and access to a car is a requirement. Read more
We are looking to train and provide Drinkaware Crew venues in Colchester and Chelmsford to improve our ability to look after guests on a night out, and to identify and support people who may be vulnerable due to drinking too much. Working with a partner, you will mingle with guests to encourage a positive atmosphere, and help guests in practical ways. You will work with security, management and bar staff to escalate issues if required, and will compete an activity log at the end of the shift. Read more