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I completely disagree with the above, all I've met, have been supportive, helpful, encouraging, good listeners. I've been abstinent for 1year, 2mths and 18 days, I'm happy n proud, I hoping to peer mentor, they have turned my life round, of course I put alot of work into aswell, n why, because I wanted too, it was my choice, and I've finally achieved somethinkin my life, I'm straight, happy, and I like me, one day, I will be saying I love me, xx Yvonne Chaffey

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Does this mean for recovery, or job??, if recovery, excellent, supportive, I've learnt soo much, and it made me want to help others, learn new things, talking things threw

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You wouldnt

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We then got paid time and a half for night shifts and bank holidays.

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No, but people who have come into the workplace have been thrown in the deep end with jobs they have no experience to do. Which puts more pressure on the shift leader. Staffing levels are appalling for the care needed. I have been on shift when in one of the properties there has been 1 member of staff to 3 service users. Anyone reading this should seriously look more into turning point before considering applying. I have worked in many industries and this is the worst place ever.

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Smart casual.

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For a normal shift we was paid £7.30

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