We now deliver the following service in Blackpool:

The Reduction and Motivation Programme (RAMP©) provides a safe environment for those in active addiction to explore their addiction, its impact on them and others, and the life changes needed to gain recovery from substances.

It allows you to learn about addiction, ask questions, gain support from others going through the same experiences, and offers clear goals, focus and structure, helping you to make the first steps towards recovery.

RAMP consists of 24 group work sessions, overseen by our highly skilled staff with a wealth of experience in working with addiction. We deliver RAMP in a variety of locations.

Over 4-12 weeks, you will take part in sessions based around a range of subjects, from relapse prevention to overcoming negative thinking. You can enter and exit RAMP at any point.

The programme offers a safe environment that can provide you with clear goals, focus and structure, helping you make the first steps to a lifelong recovery.

Location: Central Library, Queen Street, Blackpool FY1 1PX

Day: Tuesday & Thursday

Time: 1:00pm – 3:00pm

To self-refer please contact Darren Brooks on 07514 534 480, alternatively contact your worker for a referral.

All clients must be assessed before they can start the programme.  

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Additionally we are working alongside the following partners to deliver an extensive range of services to benefit the community and improve peoples lives.

 

Delphi Medical: the leading provider of drug and alcohol clinical treatment in the UK.

Furniture Matters: extensively refurbish unwanted white goods, computers, cycles and other household goods, and provides them at low cost to local people in need. Furniture Matters also offers a range of volunteering and accredited training opportunities for people who are out of work, want to develop new skills, or want to gain vital work experience.

SafeNet Domestic Violence Serviceshas been keeping women and children safe from domestic abuse since the early 1970’s. Over the years they have extended their services to all survivors and developed specialist support for ethnic minority communities, children and young people, those with complex health needs, LGBT and make survivors.