The programme incorporates a range of individual, group and community-based programme options that are organised around four key areas. Understanding addiction and supporting recovery: learning about addiction and recovery and opportunities to apply learning to their own circumstances. Relational health and well-being: learning about positive relationships and opportunities to practise what they learn. Trauma and addiction: identifying and beginning to address trauma that may have contributed to alcohol and/or drug addiction. Everyday health and well-being: opportunities to focus on: safety; self-care (including diet, exercise, sleep, leisure, stress management); life and social skills; pro-social attitudes, values, and behaviours. Recovery: time to learn, practice reflect and practice again and again. The programme includes a staged approach to supporting people as they work through their programme towards a planned discharge. Stages can be extended beyond those associated with the core 90 days dependent upon need.
We provide family mediation sessions should they be required. We also work closely with community family services and agencies.
Families and children can visit both at weekends and through the week, but all visits must be pre-arranged and agreed. There are several community rooms available and extensive grounds that families and visitors can have access to.
Clients are encouraged to contact there Keyworker for on-going support when back in the community.
HARM REDUCTION is a part of the programme and dangers of picking up when leaving are thoroughly explained on discharge.
The organisation has links with supported housing in Lancashire area. All services users who complete the programme will leave with a comprehensive discharge plan which identifying
1. Housing needs
2 Social needs
3. On going psychological and Emotional support.
4. Weekly one to one
5. Weekly aftercare groups
6. Employment support
7. LGBT support
8. On going health support.
We are dedicated to providing personalised, effective drug treatment of the highest quality for alcoholism, drug addiction and other co-occurring disorders in a caring and compassionate environment. Privacy and dignity are maintained with the utmost respect. Our primary focus is to help each resident replace fear and hopelessness with recovery skills that will help obtain a healthy, joyous, and productive way of living.
Male and Female
As stated previously we undertake a thorough assessment of each prospective service user. Should an individual be diagnosed with a duals diagnosis we will put an individual care plan in place to best support that individuals specific needs.
Our admissions are assessed on an individual basis but we do screen for individuals that have arson offenses or who may have committed violent or sexually related crimes or Schedule 1 offences.
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There is ramped access to get into building, the ground floor is all on one level and there is a lift to the first floor bedroom accommodation.
We have a dedicated Admissions Co-ordinator who takes referrals from local authority commissioners and social workers, community drug and alcohol teams, mental health teams / CPN’s and private referrers
* A preliminary referral is taken to obtain background information.
* An assessment date arranged, assessments usually takes place at Salus Withnell Hall but can also be done off site if required.
* Post assessment feedback given to the funding referrer regarding ability for us to meet client’s needs.
*If agreed admission date is arranged taking into account detox duration.
*If in-patient detox takes place resident arrives with us directly from detox.
Post assessment we offer people the opportunity to spend time on site in the company of a current resident(s) to gain experience of the setting & programme.
We can collect clients from local station for assessments, day visits or admission.
We are able to facilitate assessments in prisons and have attended parole hearings in order to provide additional rehabilitation details to satisfy the requirements of decision makers on parole boards.
We can facilitate assessments in detoxes & hospitals
We can conduct assessments via Skype, we can also conduct telephone assessments but this is usually arranged if other options cannot be pursued.
Pre admission we will establish relationships with all other professionals involved in the care of the prospective resident which may include childcare social workers, probation officers, prison liaison or community drug & alcohol workers.
We can visit clients in detox prior to admission in order to start building relationships.
We can collect clients at the end of an in-patient detox if transport is required.
All residents that are discharged from the service will have a recovery plan identifying on-going support required in the community. All relevant professionals and NOK are informed of any discharges.
Undertake regular service user evaluation and feedback
Commissioner evaluation of our services.