Our support…

Is developed in line with the Scottish Government’s The Road to Recovery, and is focused on reducing harm, supporting you to access high-quality long-term treatment.  We will support you in making safe, positive life choices, and to improve your health and wellbeing, we can support in a wide variety of ways:

  • Connecting with local resources and support networks
  • Looking after your home and managing your tenancy
  • Shopping and cooking healthy meals on a budget
  • Managing your finances and accessing benefits
  • Managing your medication
  • Building relationships with family and friends
  • Attending social activities and trying new things
  • Getting into education, work or volunteering
  • Building resilience and developing self-help skills

All of our staff undergo specialist addictions and recovery training that promotes and develops good practice in supporting you to recover.

Our staff…

Have considerable experience and skills in developing strong support relationships, breaking down barriers and encouraging people to engage in other support services and community activities. We are tenacious and do not give up on those who find it difficult to engage in support or have previously dropped out of support; read about Claire, here.

For further information or to discuss what support options are available in your area, contact us via our online form or give us a call on 0300 666 3030