Tom Woodcock joins The Calico Group as new director of treatment and recovery

The Calico Group is pleased to welcome Tom Woodcock in a new role as director of treatment and recovery.

Tom Woodcock
New Director of Treatment and Recovery, Tom Woodcock.

Calico’s Treatment and Recovery services include Acorn Recovery Projects and Delphi Medical, both leaders in their field of providing drug and alcohol treatment and rehabilitation. Between them, Delphi and Acorn deliver community and residential treatment, prison and community services and supported accommodation across the North West.

The new role will oversee the collaboration and delivery of these services, maximising positive outcomes for individuals, their families, and wider communities.

Tom is a proven leader with extensive experience of working within substance misuse, homelessness, criminal justice and mental health having occupied key roles within the NHS, local authorities and voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations. 

He brings to The Calico Group a track record of improving outcomes and delivering system level change for individuals and their families 

Tom said: ‘I am really excited about joining The Calico Group and becoming part of an organisation that is making such a positive impact across so many communities in the North West.’

Helen Thompson, Executive Director of Operations
Helen Thompson, executive director of operations

Welcoming Tom to the role, Helen Thompson, executive director of operations said: ‘I am delighted to be welcoming Tom to Calico. Supporting people going through difficult times is what Calico is about and we know the need for vital support services is only growing. Tom’s role will support our existing services and teams, meaning we can do more, for more people into the future.’

‘This role is a key investment, demonstrating the importance of these services as part of The Calico Group, and combines service strengths and specialisms within the group to further enhance the positive impact for its customers and service users.’

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