JFH are a social enterprise led by a serving police officer with the official backing of Lancashire Constabulary. Their vision is to integrate the recovery community with the wider community and vice versa. We want people to see the power and potential of recovery rather than the stigma of addiction or offending.
JFH believe in a person’s future rather than negatively labeling them because of their past.
Jobs, Friends & Houses won Most Inspiring Business at this year’s BIBAs. In 11 months, the business has expanded from 3 people to 60, helping those in recovery from addiction and crime to get them back on the straight and narrow. The whole team are overjoyed with this fantastic title and trophy.
Ged O’Mahoney is the director of JFH. He was approached by JFH through his success in the Development industry. Ged has extensive knowledge within the industry and this appealed to JFH Team.
After being appointed by JFH, Ged decided to get involved with Jobs, friends and houses as the beliefs that they hold and those that Go Development hold are to assist those in recovery. The Go team support the ideas that JFH have and the goals that they hope to achieve.
A combination of two teams working together offers a lot to the Blackpool area and those individuals who are keen to get on the road to recovery.