1 Treatment and support services () Addiction NI East Adult and Family Support 219 Albertbridge Road BT5 4PU affected by alcohol and drug misuse. no Addiction NI South Adult and Family Support 40 Elmwood Avenue BT9 6AZ affected by alcohol and drug misuse. no Addiction NI West Adult and Family Support 461 Falls Road BT12 6DD affected by alcohol and drug misuse. no Addiction NI Older Focus and Family Support 219 Albertbridge Road BT5 4PU aged 55 and over affected by alcohol and drug misuse. 55+ no Addiction NI Criminal Justice RATSDAM 40 Elmwood Avenue BT9 6AZ A counselling service for offenders affected by alcohol and drug misuse. PBNI/court referral only no Addiction NI Workplace Support 40 Elmwood Avenue BT9 6AZ A counselling service for employers and their employees affected by alcohol and drug misuse. Self,, occupational health services no
2 Treatment and support services () Intervention Services Range of supports for people with concerns about their or another person s substance use. Self, GP, agency no Barnardo s Pharos Service 23 Windsor Avenue BT9 6EE A support service for families and children affected by parental substance misuse including individual, family and group work, with offices in, Bangor and Banbridge. Statuatory social services and community treatment services no Addiction Services Malone Place Clinic (HQ) 31 Malone Place BT12 5FD Statutory service that provides a range of services including community addiction teams, substitute prescribing team, drug arrest referal team, alcohol liaison nurses, prescribed medication team and day treatment services. Via OPR (one point of referral) Trust Drug Outreach Team 14 Lower Crescent BT6 9EB Harm reduction advice and support for class A drug users. Any referral accepted yes Carlisle House Substance Misuse Treatment Centre 2 4 Henry Place, Clifton Street BT15 2BT Residential treatment service. Self, HSCT
3 Treatment and support services () Drug and Alcohol Misuse Mental Health Service DAMMHS YPC,10 College Gardens BT6 8BX Range of therapeutic support services for young people with significant mental health and substance misuse difficulties. Under 18 Statutory referrals via CAMHS no Dunlewey Substance Advice Centre Adult North 247 Cavehill Rd BT15 5BS and support services. Both self and agency referrals accepted yes Dunlewey Substance Advice Centre Adult West 226 Stewartstown Rd BT17 0LB and support services. Both self and agency referrals accepted yes Extern Alcohol Housing Support Service 9 11 Brunswick Street BT2 7GE Therapeutic intervention/ support for people with alcohol problems whose tenancy/accomodation is at risk. Telephone/ referral form/ self/agency no Extern DASP Drugs Accommodation Support Project 9 11 Brunswick Street BT2 7GE Support for I.V. drug users who are homeless to access supported hostel beds in the area. Telephone/ written/ treatment agency no
4 Treatment and support services () Falls Community Council Community Drugs Programme Falls Road BT12 6FD Family support service, one to one support, auricular acupuncture, mentoring and referral service. Telephone or walk in One Stop Shop Shankill Road Advice, information, early intervention and referral service for young people covering a range of issues including drugs and alcohol. 25 and under Self-referral/ referral from other agencies and primary care yes Substance Misuse and Crisis Centre Treatment Centre 16 Woodvale Road BT13 2BS Satellite Centre North Unit 2, McSweeney Centre BT15 2BB Substance misuse and crisis centres providing treatment and support services for individuals and families impacted on by substance misuse, suicide and self-harm. One to one intervention, counselling, family support, complementary therapies and crisis intervention/ response. Self-referral/ agency or open yes Opportunity Youth/ DAISY East Hill Street BT1 2LB Drugs and alcohol early intervention, treatment and support service for young people and their family members. 21 and under Self-referral/ agency or open no
5 Education and prevention services () Young people Adults Community groups Parents School-based Outreach Older people /Opportunity Youth Targeted Education Service Education programmes for young people at risk of substance misuse. Evenings and weekends Falls Community Council Community Drugs Programme Falls Road BT12 6FD Tailored youth programmes (1 to 12 weeks), tailored parents programmes (1 to 6 weeks), accredited OCN level 1 and 2 drug and alcohol awareness, training for trainers (1 to 12 weeks), intervention and prevention programmes, health days and one-off information sessions. no CAST Community Action Support Team for Drugs and Alcohol or Community support service providing drugs and/or alcohol focused information and awareness raising initiatives and activities. no One Stop Shop Advice, information, early intervention and referral service for young people covering a range of issues including drugs and alcohol. yes Youth Services Prevention/lifeskills programme delivered to schools and youth providers. Parents education programmes and literature. YMCA School Health Alcohol Harm Reduction Programme (SHAHRP) 28 Market Square BT28 1AG SHAHRP is a school based intervention providing information on the risks associated with alcohol and the effects of binge drinking. Workshops are delivered to Year 9, 10, 11 and 13.
6 Education and prevention services () Young people Adults Community groups Parents School-based Outreach Older people YMCA Talking About Tough Issues (TATI) 28 Market Square BT28 1AG Talking about tough issues is a three/ four session workshop for parents of children aged between 10 and 14. It aims to support parents through the transition from childhood into adolescence and looks at the tough issues of drugs and alcohol, sexual health and relationships and emotional health and wellbeing.
7 Training services () Accredited training Bespoke training Short courses Community Training Drug and alcohol education and training programmes for communities and the voluntary sector. Evenings and weekends Workforce Training Workforce development programmes at tiers 1 4 for all sectors. no Training Consultancy Services Bespoke training solutions for the voluntary, statutory or private sectors. no Council for the Homeless NI (CHNI) 4 th Floor, Andras House, 60 Great Victoria Street BT2 7BB Training and learning opportunities for homelessness and addiction services staff. yes Falls Community Council Community Drug programme Falls Road BT12 6FD Tailored youth programmes (1 to 12 weeks), tailored parents programmes (1 to 6 weeks), accredited OCN level 1 and 2 drug and alcohol awareness, training for trainers (1 to 12 weeks), intervention and prevention programmes, health days and one-off information sessions. no Training and Community Development Services Accredited and non-accredited courses delivered, focused on developing knowledge and increasing skills on substance misuse, suicide and mental health issues. Level 1 Level 3 accredited substance misuse courses, ASIST, mental health awareness programmes, bespoke programmes on request.
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