Recovery Focus is a group of expert charitable organisations working in a new form of collaboration to deliver the best possible outcomes for the people who use our services. The Group’s vision for the future is a society that values everyone including those with mental health or addiction issues. We are working to inspire individual recovery and believe that with the right support, recovery – however that’s defined by an individual – is achievable for everyone.
The Group works across many parts of England providing care and support to nearly 11,000 people with mental health and substance misuse challenges.
Coproduction is at the centre of what Recovery Focus and its partner organisations, Richmond Fellowship and Aquarius, stands for. We define coproduction as the knowledge, expertise and life experience of employees and people who access services being given equal value to improve the support we provide.
We are looking for an outstanding board member with significant clinical experience to work with board colleagues to improve our assurance approach to clinical governance and the delivery and effectiveness of our services. We want this clinical guidance in ensuring that our evidence demonstrates the effectiveness of our services and quality frameworks, whilst exercising oversight of the development of our models and practice. Concurrently you will demonstrate strong governance skills and ensure that throughout the group we put those who use our services at the heart of everything we do.
This is an exciting time to join our Board, shaping our future in the face of the sector’s considerable challenges.