The Sheffield Black Drugs Service is an outreach service that aims to respond to the needs of drug users, their partners, families and carers from Black and ethnic minority communities.
The service offers one2one support, structured counselling, practical assistance, information and advice to drug users. We specialise in training concerning drugs and ethnicity, cultural competency and drug awareness to professionals and black and ethnic minority communities.
The service is recruiting management committee members who are able to volunteer their time. The committee meets on the first Tuesday of each month between 5.30–8.00pm.
We particularly need people with the following skills/expertise: publicity/marketing; community development; training; health; finance and voluntary sector management.
If you are interested and want some more information about the service please do not hesitate to contact: