Inclusion are delighted to be working in partnership with Buckinghamshire County Council and look forward to working with service users and key stakeholders within the new service, One Recovery Bucks due to start on the 1st October 2017.
One Recovery Bucks is a partnership led by Inclusion that will provide an Integrated Adult Drug and Alcohol Treatment service for individuals and families across the county. This service will be provided in collaboration with our local partners the Oasis Partnership and Connections Support. Inclusion has provided the STaRS service in Buckinghamshire for the last 3 years.
One Recovery Bucks is for anyone aged 18 or over who is using, or affected by the problems associated with drugs and/or alcohol.
One Recovery Bucks is a collaborative approach, recovery-focussed provision tailored to fit the needs of individuals across the county.
There will be three main service hubs – Aylesbury, High Wycombe and Chesham. Additional engagement and treatment hubs will be available in Burnham, Buckingham and many more locations across the county.
There are 3 clear, defined cultures and behaviours at the centre of Inclusion services, namely;
- Service users are at the centre of what we do, we work with service users and promote that recovery is possible, everyone can recover and that every Service User has the right to achieve their individual recovery.
- We value our staff, we ensure that staff are experienced, knowledgable, and as a result we have passionate and dedicated staff that strive to achieve recovery outcomes with our service users.
- Partnerships are important to us, we proactively work with partnership agencies and key stakeholders to ensure the best outcomes for our service users, and are fully committed to doing so.
If you would like to find out more about One Recovery Bucks please call us on our dedicated implementation phone number 0300 7729 672 or email us at ORB@sssft.nhs.uk
If you use the current treatment services in Buckinghamshire (STaRS or SMART), find out more about the changes to the service by clicking here.
If you are someone who works with individuals who are currently in treatment or need to be referred for treatment in our service from 1st October please see the information leaflet here.