Prison drug and alcohol services

HMP High Down

High Down is a male Local Cat B prison located in Sutton, Surrey.

Forward delivers substance misuse programmes at the prison including:
 

Case management – Talking interventions provided by a keyworker/counsellor, such as relapse prevention and motivational enhancement. Can be delivered in either a group or one-to-one environment.

Clinical services - Medically assisted interventions provided by a nurse/doctor such as prescribing and detoxification, whose aim is to improve physical and psychological functioning, improve quality of life and support recovery.

Stepping Stones – Medium intensity, part-time rolling programme, run over four weeks and consisting of 20 sessions. Designed to meet the needs of offenders who misuse drugs and/or alcohol who are serving short sentences or are on remand.

Living Safely - A menu of workshops offered to clients engaging with Forward integrated services, aimed at minimising drug and alcohol-related harm, providing safe coping and emotional management skills.

The Rapt Bridge programme - An intensive, full-time, abstinence-based programme aimed at medium-high risk male offenders with a history of drug dependence who are serving shorter sentences.