What we offer
One of the great things about Inclusion Recovery Hampshire (IRH) is we actively involve you in your own recovery planning. We believe you can make changes for the better, and we know the best way to support you to achieve your goals is by listening to what you want together with our knowledge and experience of what works.
Whether you have social use that has got a little out of hand, and you want help cutting down, or if your alcohol use has impacted on your own life and relationships with those around you – we have something for everyone.
If you are unsure about whether you drink too much take the alcohol test on the Drink Coach site (once you have completed it, it will bring you back to us).
Below is an overview of some of the interventions/treatment available from us:
- Holistic assessment and recovery planning
- Advice and information
- Structured one-to-one support
- Group support
- Group work
- Medical and prescribing support, including detoxification
- Health and wellbeing checks and initiatives
- Access to inpatient and residential services
- Community detox’s
- Support to achieve abstinence
- Support to reduce the harm associated with alcohol
- Relapse prevention and management
- Peer support opportunities
- Volunteering opportunities
- Access to mutual aid
- Family and carer support
- Mindfulness, meditation and auricular acupuncture
- Working with others to support you for example mental health services and housing providers
- Counselling services (bereavement, abuse, substance misuse)
We recognise and support the important role mutual aid may have in an individual’s recovery journey and work with partner agencies to ensure there is as much variety of options available as possible. To find out more about SMART please see our timetable area here. For further information about Alcoholics Anonymous speak to one of our team or visit their website.
All of the interventions are tailored to individual need and agreed with you and your key worker. See more about our approach to achieve positive change.
If you are drinking too much there are ways you can reduce the risks of harm to yourself and others, take a look.