For help with a drug problem see the new Recovery in Nottingham website:
September 2013 Update:
All Recovery in Nottingham Services are now operating from :
12 Broad Street
3rd December 2012
New Nottingham Drug Treatment System Launches in January 2013
Drug treatment services in Nottingham are changing. Our aim is to reduce drug use and the harm caused by drug use to individuals, families and communities across Nottingham through the provision of a fully integrated treatment system framed around achieving sustained recovery from drug dependency.
The Nottingham Crime & Drugs Partnership has commissioned a new drug treatment system model and care pathway for Nottingham City that will maximise access to treatment, provide strong, efficient, seamless care coordination and provide personalised packages of care for each service user. An access, treatment & recovery service will be at the heart of the new treatment system providing a single point of access into treatment, high quality treatment and a recovery coordination service that works effectively with a wide range of agencies to develop and coordinate a package of care that meets each service user’s unique treatment and wider support needs.
A new family support service will also launch on 1st January to support people affected by someone else’s’ substance use.
See the Recovery in Nottingham Section here
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See the Family Service section here
Information on substance misuse services outside of Nottingham City In Notts.
County South (Rushcliffe) here
Nottingham North and East here
Nottingham West here
We are pleased to announce that the tender process for the new Drug Treatment System is complete.
The following 5 new services will be operational from January 2013:
Access, Treatment and Recovery Service – Recovery in Nottingham
Specialist Needle Exchange – Recovery in Nottingham
Complex Needs Service – Recovery in Nottingham
Family Support Service – Lifeline/Children’s Society
Aftercare Service – Recovery in Nottingham
Existing services will remain until January 2013. Further information will be released over the next few months.
Relevent information will be posted in this section over the coming weeks.