Changed Lives

One of our residents on an autumn day leaning against a brick wall.

Robert

The most difficult thing about losing everything was looking back at what I had and what I lost.

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John, a Langley resident who came from secure hospital and prison, celebrating the progress he has made in the community with a joyous smile on his face. (Name changed to protect identity)

John

I have big plans for the future… I am much more confident and happy now.

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Langley resident looking sideways on at the camera - he is a young man, dressed in a white t-shirt

Trevor

Being here is so much better than I could have imagined…

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Young man smiling in a grey tracksuit top

Craig

“I used to put drugs before everything else – I won’t put drugs before myself this time.”

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Man in blue t-shirt

Mike

“Every day is full of small battles to be won or lost. Langley has helped me every step of the way.”

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Woman staring

Jennie

“Langley has helped to give me a more positive outlook and they listen. This is a fresh start for me.”

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Man frowning

Billy

“I needed three tins of beer before I could manage a shave. If Langley hadn’t been there I’d be a mess, no home, no friends and probably in prison.”

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