Drug & Alcohol Services
Inclusion provide services that include advice, information, harm reduction interventions, recovery planning in conjunction with a range of pharmacological, psychosocial and structured treatment programs. We work with specialised needs including criminal justice, mother and baby and dual diagnosis.
We have a commitment to working with local partners and contributing to the physical and mental wellbeing of individuals whilst ensuring we make an economic, environmental and social impact to the local community.
Our services have an emphasis on building upon the strengths of individuals and communities and throughout our services we involve peer mentors and volunteers. Within our models we create communities of recovery that support individuals to maintain and move towards abstinence as well as ensuring access to services such as housing, employment and health and wellbeing. Our services involve families in treatment, and provide support to them independently.
To find out more about the Community Drug & Alcohol services we provide please refer to Our Services page or use the links below;
Covid-19 (Coronavirus) has impacted upon our ability to provide face-to-face contact and support for those affected by their own or someone else’s alcohol or drug use. Our services are working hard to maximise the use of digital platforms and telephone support to those in need, and we are pleased to share Adfam’s response to helping those impacted by someone else’s use. To find out more click here.
Inclusion are members of the NHS Substance misuse providers alliance (NHS SMPA) to find out more click here.