If you are using drugs or alcohol
We know that everyone is different so we do this in ways that suit you including; group work, cognitive behavioural therapy, motivational interviewing, complementary therapies, harm reduction, counselling, drop-in services, key work sessions, relapse prevention and much more.
We aim to provide a comprehensive and high quality service in a caring and respectful environment.
“ I’ve never felt this complete joy, happy and proud. I’m so grateful for everything and everyone in my wonderful life and gaining a strong resolve and an unbreakable will. Heroin and crack no longer rule me or take up any time in my head, the obsession has completely gone and with this mind set I have the power and control.”
Still have questions?
Still have questions or not sure what some of the interventions above mean? Have a look below and see if we can answer some of your questions…
What are key work sessions?
What is harm reduction?
What is relapse prevention?
- Teaching coping skills to allow people in recovery to “identify, anticipate, avoid and/or cope” with high risk situations (for relapse)
- Supporting individuals in recovery learn how to keep a single ‘lapse’ from turning into a multiple ‘relapse’ situation.
- Supporting individuals to feel as though he or she is really capable of controlling his or her own behaviour.
What is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy?
What is Motivational Interviewing?
Call us today to make an appointment or find out more.
Monday – Tuesday 9.30-7.30pm
Wednesday – 9.30am-7.30pm
Thursday – Friday 9.30am-5pm
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday – 9.30am – 12.00
Tuesday 2.00pm – 4.00pm
If you are unable to make daytime appointments due to other commitments such as work or caring responsibilities please call us to arrange an evening appointment or pop into one of our evening clinics.
We advise that clients be in the building at least 15 minutes before close of service to ensure that their needs are fully met.
Please note we are closed on Bank Holidays.