CHARITY

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A Personal Message from Chris
The Rob Hill Foundation, charity registration no.1181220 has been set up in memory of my twin brother Rob who in 2014 died after taking an Ecstasy pill on a night out. Since then, I have put everything on hold to dedicate my life to helping others beat addiction. And part of that work is to ensure that addiction recovery and mental health support is available to all; and that money is never a barrier to people getting help.

The Rob Hill Foundation workshops and support groups are open to everyone and offered completely free of charge; as is my entire addiction recovery programme, published in a short booklet called the 7-Day Beat Addiction Plan which is distributed free through the workshops , direct to homeless people and as a free download from this website.

The charity works with people facing homelessness because of their addictions and those already homeless. And annually runs the BACK TO KINDNESS rucksack campaign – whereby 1000+ filled rucksacks are donated and distributed to homeless people at Christmas. This gives people living on the streets a sense of value and appreciation for their situation. It shows them that someone cares. And this show of kindness and compassion may lift their spirit enough to get them to try something, anything available, any workshop, any offer of help by local charities and services  – to begin to improve their lives.

About the Beat Addiction Programme

This is a very simple yet effective programme that has been tried and tested; and has already saved thousands of lives.

It has helped people beat addiction to the hardest drugs, to alcohol and to nicotine as well as helping people deal with anxiety and stress, and to eat better, lose weight, conquer phobias such as flying or using lifts and generally empower people to have a better quality of life

At the moment workshops are run in Sidcup Kent, but the plan is to branch out to other parts of London, then other major cities throughout the UK. The Back to Kindness campaign currently runs in London only – we want to branch out and reach other parts of the country. For this to happen, we need funding.

Where your money will go

All donations are gratefully received. Your money will go to:

  • Expanding the free workshops to other areas of London and the UK; collaborating with homeless charities and food banks.
  • Distributing free copies of the Beat Addiction Programme as widely as possible.
  • Taking out a mobile ‘health bus’ to shopping centres and public spaces to highlight addiction and mental health issues and the support on offer.
  • Piloting an early intervention scheme to help those at risk of homelessness to deal with their addiction problems; to prevent family break-ups and job losses.
  • Training front-line workers from charities and other organisations to better understand addiction and mental health; and eventually to deliver the Beat Addiction Programme.
  • Initiating a campaign to de-stigmatise addiction and mental health so that people no longer feel shame around needing help, asking for help and then knowing where to get that help.
  • Reaching out to homeless people through our Back to Kindness campaign; with guidance and help to access the charity’s services (expanded out to the rest of the UK).

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