Services provided include - one to one counselling, extended (non residential) 6 – 12 week treatment programmes, relapse prevention and family support
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This service is a structured support service for young people aged 11-25 years old, living in Northern Ireland, who have been impacted by parental substance misuse and mental health problems.
The Service offers flexible one to one support at a time and place to suit you. Self help support is also available on our website.
We look at:
1. What is living with this like for you
2. Information: Learning more about alcohol and alcohol misuse
3. How do you cope?
4. What supports do you have?
5. Where you can get further support.
We also train other professionals to use the intervention within their own services.
Cuan Mhuire NI offers a comprehensive abstinence based, residential, addiction treatment and support programme to persons (male and female) who are eighteen years of age and over and who are suffering from (Alcohol, Gambling) addiction in a supported environment.
In addition to our addiction recovery support services, Cuan Mhuire NI provides a professional, effective and efficient housing support service to those who are most marginalised and who are homeless or in danger of becoming homeless because of their addiction.
This free national helpline supported by the National Lottery Community Fund aims to provide confidential advice, information and support to anyone aged over 50 who may be worried about their drinking, or anyone worried about a loved one over 50. The helpline number is 0808 801 0750. This will be available 7 days a week from Monday to Friday at 12pm - 8pm and 10am to 4pm at weekends.
Rehab Guide is a specialist alcohol treatment provider. We help individuals in Ireland and throughout the UK with free, unbiased advice to find treatment for all types of drug and alcohol and alcohol addiction and related mental health issues.
Extern provides training on Needle and Syringe Exchange and on the supply and administration of Take Home Naloxone to services within the substance use sector and the homelessness sector. Extern also provides training on harm reduction issues to services within these sectors.
The training may also be provided to staff outside these sectors where there is clear evidence of need.
This training is provided regionally.
Therapeutic support and treatment for children and families affected by parental substance misuse, including individual, family and group work. Referrals are received from Social Services and adult treatment services including those in the voluntary sector.