Drug and Alcohol recovery
St Edmunds Court is a supported accommodation facility provided for both men and women whose lives have been primarily impaired by alcohol/substance misuse and other vulnerable groups who have an identified need for longer term support to enable a successful return to independent community living. The prime aim of the project is to assist with drug and alcohol recovery and to to allow the service users to maximise their full potential by assisting them to plan an effective, positive and realistic personal resettlement support plan, whilst continuing to live alcohol/substance free.
Each of the fifteen flats at St Edmunds Court are self contained and furnished. They have a double bedroom, bathroom, living room and open plan kitchen/dining area and central heating. There are laundry facilities on the premises at number 110 along with a communal meeting room lounge, study room with PC/broadband connection, fully equipped careers suite, combined dining kitchen, pool room and other leisure facilities available. Staff and self support facilities are also on the lower level of number 110. We provide an environment to assist service users with their drug and alcohol recovery program.
CRITERIA FOR ADMISSION
Prospective service users would need to:
- Be eligible to receive Housing Benefit and participate in the self support programme at the project.
- Be completely alcohol free for a minimum of 13 weeks • Have a commitment to ongoing abstinence
- Be willing to sign a Licence Agreement and compile & undertake a housing support plan and attend service users and self help groups. REFERRALS Referrals are accepted from all primary care/support workers, along with self referrals and acceptance is subject to an individual assessment.