Addictions UK is ready to discuss with commissioners contract arrangements for Home-based Addictions Treatment and Ongoing Recovery throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland.
While the major part of our work focusses on treating people with addictions at home, we are also able to offer long-term, structured contracts for:
Addictions UK can offer a variety of services to support Care in the Community. We are pleased to discuss arrangements for Home-based Addictions Treatment, Coaching and Counselling Services and other work.
Follow-up Services for Providers of Residential Treatment
Addictions UK can provide a complete and integrated Home-based Service for the aftercare of those who have received Residential Detox and Recovery Treatment. We are happy to discuss with organisations providing those services how we can provide ongoing, long term follow-up care, coaching and counselling.
Services to Support Health Care Professionals
Addictions UK is ready to arrange contracts to provide Home-based Additions Treatment and other services to Primary care trusts (PCTs), individual Doctors' Practices and Private Sector Healthcare Services.
We train and support those with a responsibility for Health in the Workplace. We can help you identify people who may be in need of help with alcohol, drug and other addictions. We can also guide you in identifying and assessing factors which may be placing people at greater risk.
Please contact us to discuss your needs.
Detox at Home - from £995
Home-based alcohol and drug detox services maybe suitable for you.
Affordable, effective & confidential.
Home-based Treatment Services
Our continuing treatment at home promotes recovery while you carry on your normal life at work and at home.
24/7 Addiction Treatment
£150 per week
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