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1 A directory of services for Drugs and Alcohol in Kirklees 2013 / 14

2 Building recovery in communities in Kirklees Kirklees Drug and Alcohol Action Team has commissioned the expansion and improvement of drug and alcohol services. Numbers in treatment have doubled to almost 2,000 drug users and 1,300 drinkers with many more in earlier interventions through GP practices, pharmacies and outreach projects. Waiting times are less than a week for most interventions and over half of drug users and three quarters of drinkers achieve a successful outcome. Service user surveys reveal increasing satisfaction with services and the impact of these interventions has been less crime (engagement with the Drug Intervention Programme reduces offending by 79%, Home Office, 2007) and improved physical and mental health. Our integrated treatment system is now focusing on longer term recovery, ensuring people have access to housing and work related support and are fully re-integrated into the community. This will enable them to play a full part in community life without drug or alcohol dependence. Kirklees Integrated Treatment System Reduce flow in: Prevention Programmes/targeted interventions for at risk groups Target entrenched users causing most harm to self/others Improve flow out: New approaches More outcome focused and better quality <18s and young adults <U25 Problem users Effective treatment REDUCE FLOW Family focus Offender Management Programmes User led programmes INCREASE FLOW Social inclusion via housing, ETE, local services 2 A directory of services for drugs and alcohol in Kirklees 2013/14

3 Alcohol services GP Services Contact your GP Alcohol identification and brief advice is offered by practice staff within the majority of Kirklees practices. This service aims to identify risky drinking. The service can raise awareness of sensible drinking levels and provide support to those who want to reduce their drinking. Telephone your GP practice to find out if they are participating on this scheme. Some practices are operating Alcohol Shared Care Clinics from their practices. The clinics are held by either a GP/Practice Nurse and an Alcohol Worker from the Specialist alcohol treatment service. The clinics are aimed at people who are alcohol dependant. Services offered include assessments, medical and non medical treatment including community detoxification. Telephone your GP practice to find out if they are participating on this scheme. Specialist Alcohol Service or On-TRAK (Treatment:Recovery:Alcohol:Kirklees) provides specialist treatment for patients who are alcohol dependant. This service is also suitable for those patients whose drinking is risky and are unable to access the GP services as outlined above. The service provides assessment, medical and non medical treatment including detoxification. The service also co-ordinates the referrals for inpatient treatment and residential rehabilitation. 2 St Peter s Street, Huddersfield, HD1 1RA Kirklees Alcohol Advisory Service (KAAS) KAAS offers peer support to those with alcohol problems. Drinkers and Carers. All meetings 7pm-9pm. Ladies only: Every Monday, Methodist Mission, Lord St, Huddersfield Mixed group: Every Tuesday, Salvation Army Centre, Bradford Rd, Batley Mixed group: Every Wednesday, Methodist Mission, Lord St, Huddersfield Carer group: First Wednesday each month, Methodist Mission, Lord St, Huddersfield Alcoholics Anonymous 15 Union Street, Dewsbury, WF13 1BG Alcoholics Anonymous offers daily abstinence based group work for people suffering with drink problems. They also operate a local helpline on They have a separate organisation for the carers of people with drink problems, this is known as al-anon. 3

4 Shared care services - drugs GP Shared Care A number of GPs in the area provide Shared Care Clinics. These clinics enable individuals affected by drugs and/or alcohol, to access treatment services within their local community. Some GPs who do not hold Shared Care Clinics in their own practices are able to refer their patients to other GPs to access Shared Care Clinics at local practices. Pharmacy Shared Care A number of community pharmacies take part in schemes to provide services to people affected by substance use. Needle Exchange is available in some Kirklees Pharmacies and provides free needle exchange and access to leaflets and information around safer injecting. Needle exchange helps reduce the spread of blood borne viruses and offers a safe disposal method for used needles. Needle exchange is also available within the specialist drug treatment and recovery service. For more information and advice about participating pharmacies and Shared Care GPs please contact Mental Health Trust Dual Diagnosis South West Yorkshire Mental Health Trust provides specialist mental health care for people with mental health problems, including those who misuse drugs and alcohol. Services are available to people who have both complex serious mental health and substance misuse problems (dual diagnosis). For more information contact Community Mental Health Services on A directory of services for drugs and alcohol in Kirklees 2013/14

5 Specialist Drug Treatment & Recovery Service Adult Services The specialist drug service provides a wide range of services for people experiencing substance problems including their family, friends and others who may be affected. Advice, information and access to a wide variety of medical and non medical treatment options are available for people affected by both drugs and alcohol. All workers are committed to harm minimisation and are trained to help people reduce the harm substances may be causing in their lives and work towards personal recovery. Services aim to meet the needs of a wide range of people from a variety of different backgrounds. There is access to translation and interpretation services if required. Out of hours opening times are offered and the majority of buildings are accessible to those with specific needs for example, wheelchair users. The specialist drug service offers confidential access to services including: Drug misuse including alcohol, stimulant and opiate services Open access, walk in provision and telephone support Holistic assessment focussing on the person s wider needs as well as substance use Individual care planned and co-ordinated treatment Advice, Guidance and Support (24 hours) 1-1 and group work A range of counselling and psychosocial interventions Access to clinical prescribing treatment Harm minimisation including needle exchange Outreach provision including mobile outreach van Blood borne virus screening, vaccination and treatment A safe place to learn new skills and keep occupied Leisure and recreation activities Education and employment opportunities Access to GP prescribing in local areas Detoxification and rehabilitation Aftercare support and relapse prevention Access to inpatient treatment and residential rehabilitation Lifeline Kirklees (North) 3 Wellington Street Dewsbury WF13 1LY Lifeline Kirklees (South) Station Street Buildings Station Street Huddersfield, HD1 1LZ (24/7) 5

6 Outlook Programme of Activities If you use or have used drugs or alcohol and you are now ready to make changes in your life, Outlook Programme of Activities can offer you confidential support. It is not just about solving problems, it s also about your interests, new and old. You could get involved in activities like sports and fitness, art, computers and music or we can help you to relax with acupuncture, massage and reflexology. Advice on employment and education including job search, CV preparation, identifying your skills and how to access training and education courses is available. Training on life skills is offered, including how to manage your time and money, how to communicate effectively, improve your confidence and relationships and goal setting. On your first visit a worker will talk to you about your interests and goals and how you want to use the service. There is no waiting list so you can get involved in activities straight away. You can find out more about Outlook Programme of Activities through your key worker or ring A directory of services for drugs and alcohol in Kirklees 2013/14

7 Volunteering Programme Lifeline Kirklees offers individuals the opportunity to develop their skills in working within our specialist treatment and recovery services and strengthen the capacity of the drug and alcohol sector by improving workforce skills, experience and knowledge. Lifeline offers individuals the opportunity to gain experience across the range of services provided through volunteering, student placements, peer education work and recovery champion. Individuals who choose to volunteer for Lifeline get access to extensive training. Furthermore they are given a positive insight into the services and roles that offer work experience, which improve their skills and knowledge. Being a recovery champion is an opportunity for people who have personal experience of drug or alcohol use to use their experiences to support others in a real and positive way. Lifeline Kirklees has developed recovery champion opportunities in the areas of harm minimisation, service promotion and support for those in the Criminal Justice System. Lifeline is always looking for new and creative ways in which to develop this area of work. For more information on the activities mentioned on this page ring Children and Young People s Services CRI are national children providers of support and treatment programmes for children and young people with drug and alcohol problems. We have developed a strong reputation for our high quality, effective services which make a significant impact on community safety and improve the lives of individuals, families and communities. CRI 2 Spring Bank Halifax Road Huddersfield HD1 5NB 7

8 DIP Drug Interventions Programme The Drug Interventions Programme (DIP) is part of the 2010 National Drug Strategy and aims to ensure that offenders are encouraged to seek treatment and recovery at every opportunity in their contact with the Criminal Justice System (CJS). DIP aims to take advantage of these opportunities with the CJS for accessing drug misusing offenders many of who are difficult to reach by other approaches and moving them into treatment and away from drug use and crime. In doing so, it contributes to making the residents of Kirklees safer. The Home Office estimates that drug related crime costs 13.9bn per year and that offenders who use heroin, cocaine or crack cocaine commit between a third and half of all acquisitive crimes (The National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse (NTA), Estimating the crime reduction benefits of drug treatment and recovery, 2012). The programme brings together a vast range of services including the NHS, West Yorkshire Police, the courts, the prison service, West Yorkshire Probation, Kirklees Council and drug treatment providers to tackle the problem of drug related crime and drug abuse. The difference we make: Drug misusing offenders get help through treatment and support. Communities suffer less crime. Criminal Justice costs are reduced. The NTA estimates that drug treatment and recovery systems in England may have prevented approximately 4.9m crimes in , with an estimated saving to society of 960m in costs to the public, business, the criminal justice system and the National Health Service (NHS). In Kirklees we estimate that for 1 spent on local drug treatment 5.93 is gained in benefits to the criminal justice systems, victims, communities and the lives of drug misusing offenders. If you need help to give up drugs and crime, or you know someone who does, contact DIP 24 hours a day on A directory of services for drugs and alcohol in Kirklees 2013/14

9 Support services Coast A service to support carers/parents impacted by someone else s problem drug and alcohol misuse. The Carer Support Service provides support to adults in Kirklees who are impacted by someone else s drug and alcohol misuse. The service provides 1 to 1 emotional support, peer and specific group sessions and well-being and drop in sessions around Kirklees. Office hours Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm Coast, St Matthews Centre, Cemetery Road, Dewsbury, WF13 2SE. Tel: SWEET Project Sex Worker Empowerment, Education & Training The SWEET project engages with female adult street sex workers to provide alternative lifestyle choices and to tackle the anti-social behaviour, crime and disorder that may be associated with it. The SWEET project provides a holistic service incorporating elements of support, advice, information, advocacy and brokerage for sex workers. In partnership with other services we aim to best engage with them with a view to enabling a process of leaving sex work and making alternative positive lifestyle choices. The SWEET Project Civic Centre 3 Off Market Street Huddersfield HD1 2JR Tel: Fax: Kirklees User Forum (KUF) 9

10 SWEETIES Sweeties is a project working with children and their families, supporting vulnerable children who may be affected by the sex industry. These children will have parents/carers who are sex workers and/or are at risk of sexual exploitation themselves. What we do We can provide a dedicated children s worker who will: carry out a needs assessment signpost children and families to relevant agencies/professionals offer techniques such as play therapy to support the child s emotional needs SWEETIES Civic Centre 3 Off Market Street Huddersfield HD1 2JR organise play and leisure activities, and involve parents to help build positive relationships between them and their children liaise with schools to help support children s placement and achievement raise awareness of the issues of these children with professionals and agencies, and offer advice and information. Tel: Fax: A directory of services for drugs and alcohol in Kirklees 2013/14

11 Bin the Pin The DAAT promotes a range of practical measures for the safe disposal of used needles. Environmental Services Bin the Pin sites in Kirklees: Huddersfield Area Fartown Health Centre, Spaines Road, Fartown outside front door Moldgreen Public Toilets, Wakefield Road, Moldgreen at front Berry Brow Flats, Woodhead Road, Berry Brow on slip road Rugby Club Car Park, Ridgeway, Dalton back of car park Brownroyd Avenue/Dalton Fold junction, Rawthorpe Rashcliffe Hill Flats, Rashcliffe Hill Road, Lockwood side of flats Woods Avenue, Marsden by electricity box Holmfirth Public Toilets, Towngate, Holmfirth outside Greenhead Park Gates, Trinity Street opposite gates Chesil Bank Flats, Quarmby Ridge Street/Elizabeth Street/Lawton Street junction, Primrose Hill Newsome Public Toilets, Newsome Road/Jackroyd Lane junction outside Waterloo Rise, Wakefield Road/ Waterloo junction, Waterloo at bottom Newsome Road, near Damside/Elm Street, Waterloo at bottom Triangle, Church Street, Paddock Hillhouse Lane, Fartown Dewsbury Area Parker Road/Slaithwaite Road junction, Thornhill Lees St Johns Car Park, Bradford Road, Cleckheaton at exit point Dewsbury Public Toilets, Longcauseway outside front Chickenley Medical Centre, Princess Lane, Chickenley at front Dewsbury Railway Station, Eightlands by rear entrance North Road/Northstead junction, Ravensthorpe Moorend Road/Moorside Avenue junction, Dewsbury Moor Partridge Crescent Shops, Thornhill front North Cross Road/Cross Foundary Street junction, Ravensthorpe by electricity box St John s Parade/High Street junction, Westtown side of shops Ouzelwell Road/Crescent junction, Thornhill Lees by electricity box Crow Nest Park, Heckmondwike Road, Dewsbury Moor by main gates School Lane, Dewsbury Moor at top Ravenshouse Road/Huddersfield Road junction, Scout Hill by railings London Park Estate Community Centre, Northway Gardens, Mirfield in car park 11

12 Free Web Based Drug & Alcohol Training This free web based drugs training is suitable whether you are a parent, carer, employer, employee, friend or somebody who is worried about anyone who is or may be using drugs (legal and illegal substances). Those coming into contact with drug users should be able to identify and respond appropriately to the individual s needs. Users frequently report that it is through having the support of someone who understands, that they could talk to, which has helped them get through difficult times. Suitable training can bring about an understanding about drugs which assists in being there for someone in their time of need. Communities The DAAT is working with community groups, residents and tenants associations, community forums and Area Committees to identify local needs and help to find solutions to drug and alcohol related problems. As part of the DAAT s community strategy ways of supporting more local carer groups are being developed. Through the specialist drug and alcohol services, we offer the provision of an outreach service across Kirklees which includes Harm Minimisation, access to complimentary therapies, appropriate assessments, group work and 1 1 support. Crimestoppers We are dedicated to helping fight crime in West, North and South Yorkshire and Humberside. Call if you want to give information about crime anonymously, or fill out our anonymous online Giving Information Form at 12 A directory of services for drugs and alcohol in Kirklees 2013/14

13 Services for parents & carers The Corner Provides a regular drop in Breakfast Club for those who are socially excluded or homeless in Kirklees. It also offers routes into treatment for alcohol and drug dependency and runs an abstinent based recovery programme. As well as links and advice around housing, employment, training and education, there are regular recovery based meetings. The Corner, Sikh Leisure Centre, Prospect Street, Huddersfield, HD1 2NX. Tel: Ravensthorpe & District Community Drug Action Group Drugs information and advice and a support group for parents/carers of drug users. Kirklees Parent and Relative Support Group (Drugs/Alcohol) This is a voluntary service run by the parents of drug and alcohol users. We offer confidential advice and support in a friendly atmosphere by way of one to one appointments and group meetings. We are here to help anyone who is experiencing problems with a drug or alcohol user. Alternative therapies are also available. 13

14 Housing/floating support Horton Housing Horton Housing is a voluntary sector, not for profit organisation. At Horton, they aim to meet the housing and support needs of some of the most socially excluded and vulnerable people in the community. To achieve this, the following services have been developed:- Horton Housing - STARS (Substance, Tenancy & Resettlement Service) Stars is a housing and support service for single people who are homeless and have substance use issues. The service has 10 self contained single occupancy properties in various locations across Calderdale & Kirklees and a team of staff who provide housing related support. The service is for single people, aged 16 and over. STARS 13 Cartwright Court Bradley Business Park Dyson Wood Way Huddersfield HD2 1GN Horton Housing - Kirklees Homeless, Alcohol and Drugs Service (HADS) The service provides housing-related support to vulnerable people, 16 and over, in order to prevent them becoming homeless, or are homeless and living in temporary accommodation. It also supports people to address or manage the problems caused by use of drugs or alcohol. Kirklees HADS 13 Cartwright Court Bradley Business Park Huddersfield HD2 1GN A directory of services for drugs and alcohol in Kirklees 2013/14

15 Stonham DOTS (Dependancy Outreach Team Stonham) The substance service provides 32 units of support for anyone who has a substance problem and has their own home/tenancy. Referrals are taken from any source and no one is automatically excluded. Stonham Kirklees Queens Square Off Leeds Road Huddersfield HD2 1XN Tel: Community Links Alcohol Support Service (CLASS) This service supports people with alcohol problems to build their independence. The service helps with the issues a person may be facing: chaotic lifestyle; no stable accommodation; social exclusion in terms of family, friends, employment, income; poor physical and mental health. It is a needs-led service which delivers the right support to the people most vulnerable because of problematic alcohol use. A positive approach is taken, which promotes independence and maximises the chances for the person to move out of harmful patterns or cycles into a life which is more socially included and where there is less harm to themselves and others. It is a high quality, strategically planned, cost effective service which fits with existing care services and which helps to build positive pathways for people with problematic alcohol use, identifies and supports people earlier; and reduces the need for acute, long-term or crisis care. Community Links Alcohol Support Service Unit 2, Batley Business Park Technology Drive Tel: Batley WF17 6ER 15

16 For more information visit our websites: General enquiries: Kirklees Drug and Alcohol Action Team (DAAT) Kirkgate Buildings Byram Street Huddersfield HD1 1BY Reference: MW2622 v3 Date of publication: Feb 2013 Kirklees PARTNERSHIP

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