We are Inclusion
Drug, alcohol & psychological therapy services
We believe that service users are capable of changing their lives and our role is to empower individuals to make those changes. We provide high quality, evidence-based interventions underpinned by a psychological, clinical and behaviour change approach. Inclusion's recovery rate for opiate users is 25% higher than the national average. Find out more about what we do...Activity & Outcomes
Our IAPT (Improved Access to Psychological Therapies) services provide a range of talking therapies for common mental health problems
Drug & Alcohol Services
Our Drug & Alcohol services support individuals towards recovery, building on potential & providing a range of interventions that are proven to achieve change
Criminal Justice Services
Our Mental Health Services & DART (Drug & Alcohol Recovery Teams) provide pharmacological & psychosocial clinical treatments in prisons across England
We are committed to working collaboratively with communities, understanding their importance in achieving long term change for individuals
Inclusion are the 1st organisation to develop & implement a protocol (RCGP SMMGP approved) to save lives by supplying Naloxone to reverse the effects of drug overdose
A Little About Us
Inclusion is a national organisation that works with individuals, families and communities who are affected by drugs, alcohol, crime and mental health. Whilst providing comprehensive and inclusive support we invest in all people using our services to inspire them to fulfil their potential and forge a more successful future.
Inclusion was established in 2002 as part of the Specialist Services Group of Midland Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (MPFT). As part of the Specialist Services Division, Inclusion develop new and flexible services across England where tendering opportunities arise.
There are 3 main strands to Inclusion services. We provide treatment for drug & alcohol use in the community, residential & prison-based settings, treatment for individuals experiencing low-level mental health problems referred through their GP in IAPT services (Improved Access to Psychological Therapies) and Forensic Mental Health Services within prisons across Staffordshire. Our services are delivered by a range of NHS clinical and psychosocial care specialists.
To find out more about us and watch our short video, please click here
To see a short video from SSSFT CEO talking about Inclusion and the value Inclusion services bring to the wider Trust click hereWhat We've Achieved