If you are a professional working with young people, or adults
in a health or care capacity then there will be occasions when you
are frustrated at how difficult it can be to know where to turn to
for specialist advice or support.
We hope that this web site will make that task a little easier, and
also be a useful and informative source for anything related to
substance misuse in Worcestershire.
In the professionals section we have included details of services
that will offer support and advice, how to get hold of information
and marketing materials on these services so that you are able to
find out more, and pass those details on to your clients, patients,
pupils and colleagues. In this section there are also details on
training available to professionals, including many courses that
We hope that you find the information useful. If you have any
suggestions on how the web site could be improved, or have
information that you think it would be useful to include then
please contact us.
Substance Misuse Treatment Service in Worcestershire
CRI has been commissioned by Worcestershire
Drug and Alcohol Action Team to lead a partnership of service
providers who will implement a new treatment system that will
transform the delivery of substance misuse services across
Worcestershire. The service is called Worcestershire Pathways
to Recovery (PDF 5MB).
To support the recovery focus, Stonham have
been awarded the contract to deliver an Employment,
Training, Education and Volunteering service, which will be
integrated with housing support (PDF 2 MB). This service,
called Breakthrough, will sit within the treatment system,
working alongside treatment staff to support individuals with
removing any blocks or barriers they may have which prevents them
from progressing with work or training opportunities.
For more information about the services launched please
click on Briefing for
Professionals (PDF 92 KB).
- Talk to Frank
and confidential information and signposting.
Community programme to encourage
abstinence from alcohol.
- Narcotics Anonymous (NA)
Recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other.
Information, training and support for carers, support groups and
- Alcohol Myths
Test your knowledge of alcohol-related
risks and find out the facts about drinking.
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This page was last reviewed 30 September 2013 at 10:35.
The page is next due for review 29 March 2015.