How we help
We offer a range of psychosocial and clinical interventions to help clients address their substance misuse.
- Footsteps in Recovery – an intensive programme taking a tailored approach to helping individuals become drug and alcohol free
- Stepping Stones – a low-medium intensity intervention for those whose alcohol or drug consumption is at harmful or dependent levels
- Brief Intervention Programme for Alcohol (BIPA) – a programme designed to help individuals manage alcohol use or abstinence effectively
- Living Safely Drug and Alcohol – a series of workshops exploring the risks associated with drug and alcohol use
- Family service – our Family Workers sit within treatment teams, helping residents strengthen relationships with family, friends and wider social networks
- Fellowships – we co-facilitate Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings
- Unwind Your Mind – co-facilitated arts and crafts sessions
- Acupuncture – offered as a complementary therapy for all service users to help with relaxation and detox
- Clinical services – provided by a nurse/doctor and include opiate substitution therapy (OST) and detoxification.
- Mental Health In-reach
- Resettlement (KSSCRC / St Mungo’s)
- OMU Probation (CRC / NPS)
- Employment (JobCentre Plus)
- PIPE/Pre PIPE.
- Therapeutic Community
- Community DIP teams
- Community probation officers
- Rehabs (Steps2Recovery, Treasures Foundation)
- Supported Housing (Kairos, Amber Project)
- Trussell Trust Food Banks
- Woking Buddhist Society (deliver weekly mindfulness sessions at the prison)
- Fellowships (NA, AA, CA, Al-Anon)
- Social Services
- Hepatitis C Trust
How to refer
Any resident can self-refer to the service. We also accept referrals from third parties. If a staff member or third party refers a resident we will assess the resident if they agree to engage. All residents are seen as part of their induction.
Get in touch
Since completing the programme, I have learnt a lot about myself. My family wants to know me, I’m clean and feeling better. I see where I went wrong and don’t want to go through that again.Martyn P, Forward client Read Martyn’s story