T 0117 964 2859
F 0117 978 4240
@symes Community Building
Peterson Avenue, Hartcliffe
Bristol BS13 0BE
Hawkspring was formed by the merger of Hawks who supported drug and alcohol users and their children and Kwads who supported carers and family members afffected by their loved ones drug and alcohol use.
By coming together the new charity is now able to offer a one-stop, holistic service supporting drug and alcohol users, their families and carers, and their children.
Dawn Primarolo MP had this to say. “Hawks and Kwads were two fantastic and hard-working organisations that have done so much for their communities," she said "I’m delighted that they've joined together to create Hawkspring which will continue to offer much-needed specialist drug and alcohol support services for the whole family".
We aim to help create communities where people choose to live free from the damage caused by drug and alcohol misuse, and residents are leading successful,
Here is a link to one of our service users stories in the Bristol Evening Post on
Monday 13 January 2014
Lorraine Bush - Manager / CEO
David Coole - Systems Administrator
Sue Smith - Finance Officer
Rachel Brompton - Pathways Coordinator
Elaine Donnelly - Recovery support worker
Dave Brice - Recovery support worker
Regina Britto - Carers support worker
Jane Donaldson - Young peoples support worker
We have a highly professional, knowledgeable team of experts who can cover the delivery to all family members. We have a well-established referral process, which include GPs, police, probation, domestic violence, social workers, housing and other specialists.