Structured Treatment offers appointments for people who are concerned about their drug and alcohol use and want to make positive changes to their lives. These care planned, individual one to ones are based on developing and achieving personal goals. Our aim is to reduce the harm individuals can do to themselves and empower and enable people to make positive changes in their lives. We will support people to meet their individual needs be it abstinence or reduced use and work with people as long as they our support.
- Somewhere to talk and be listened to
- Own named keyworker
- Plan and make changes
- Plan and prepare for detoxification
- Reduce risk and harm
- Care planned casework
- Relapse prevention
- Rehab assessments
- Advice and Information
- Drop in support available during opening hours
- Help with crisis
- Onward referral
- Access to physical health nurse
We have a worker who is employed through the Asian Communities Project who will work with service users who are South Asian and request a South Asian worker or who need assistance with language (Urdu, Bengali and Punjabi spoken).
Service users can access our Structured Recovery Groups, Aftercare Service and services at Progress including peer mentoring and the Work and Volunteering Enterprise.