Rotary Club of Jersey Annual Golf Day 2024

Fore! Are you ready to tee off for a good cause?  Join us for the 18th Annual Rotary Golf Day on Friday 7th June, a corporate tournament benefiting the life-changing work of the Silkworth Group. This exciting event promises a day of friendly competition, networking, and giving back to our community – all while enjoying … Continued

A Lovely Warm Man, and a Loving Human Being

It is with great sadness we share the news of the recent passing of Steve Dowd, a man who was such a big part of Silkworth and the Recovery Community here in Jersey. Through his passionate recovery, he was able to share wisdom and hope with so many people, often not even realizing he was … Continued

Our Annual Review is out!

We recently released Our Annual Review highlighting the value of services provided by Silkworth Group to the community here in Jersey.  Drug/Alcohol addiction is a serious illness that affects communities around the world. The services provided in Jersey by Silkworth, and our statutory partners, are a great example to other jurisdictions in how partnerships can benefit a wider audience … Continued

The Island Walk & The Silkworth Charity Group

We are proud to announce the Island Walk have partnered with Silkworth Group to be one of their three main charities this year. An event of great tradition which has become one of the Island’s largest fund-raising events. Thankful, for the opportunity presented to our charitable organisation to outline We Are Who We Are, and … Continued

A Night of Positive Change & the Silkworth Charity Group 

As a Charitable organisation, we were delighted to have been selected at one of seventeen on Island, non-profit organisation in line with the UN 17 Sustainable Development Goals at the St. Michaels Preparatory School Bee Hive Ball.  Night of Positive Change showcased our Education Programmes. We believe that Education for Children and Adults is key … Continued

Learning From Tragedies

A new Alcohol Change UK report has highlighted that the role of alcohol is being “missed or poorly managed” in the care of vulnerable adults, contributing to their deaths When vulnerable adults with complex needs also have severe alcohol problems, their drinking is often being missed or poorly managed putting them at further risk of … Continued