Recovery Assistance Dogs
WHAT WE DO
Recovery Assistance Dogs (registered charity number 1125395) is dedicated to advancing awareness and education on the subject of Mental Health conditions to increase public knowledge.
To provide physical and emotional support to people living with mental health conditions within the UK through the provision of membership to train their assistance dogs and companion dogs to the highest standards in the UK.
To manage & support people who live with mental health conditions within local communities using group support and activities through befriending services.
Recovery Assistance Dogs is a UK membership based charity that supports people living with mental health conditions by helping them train their assistance dogs and companion dogs to the highest standards. RAD provides other forms of mental health care support activities to local communities within Leicestershire & Rutland. Social Media closed groups are provided for mental health support.
SAFEGUARDING ADULTS AT RECOVERY ASSISTANCE DOGS
Safeguarding means protecting an adult’s right to live in safety, free from abuse and neglect. It is about people and organisations working together to prevent and stop both the risks and experience of abuse and neglect. Adult safeguarding is something which is done with the adult at risk of harm, enhancing their involvement, choice, and control.
MEMBERSHIP, SPONSORSHIP, FUNDRAISING & DONATIONS.
Recovery Assistance Dogs is a registered charity. Our charity relies entirely on voluntary donations. We raise money to help support people living with mental health conditions around the UK from generous gifts from people like you, including membership, donations, sponsorship and fundraising.
Any donation you make is important to us. We want to help as many people as possible and train more dogs to improve the lives of adults affected by challenging conditions.
Assistance Dogs and Companion Dogs
Recovery Assistance Dogs provide physical and emotional support to people living with Mental Health Conditions within the UK, through the provision of personal membership, to train their Assistance Dogs and Companion Dogs to the highest standards in the UK.
Clients are reassured of RAD’s Staff & Volunteers commitment to Confidentiality. However, it is made clear that Staff and Volunteers have a right and duty to have regular and adequate Supervision. This means that it is encouraged that anyone can discuss their concerns about a person with a Senior Member of Staff.