Specialist substance misuse and rehabilitation services
Riverside provides support services for customers in our schemes, to manage their recovery from substance misuse and addiction.
The continued misuse of any substance severely affects a person’s physical and mental health, social situation and ability to fulfil their responsibilities.
We offer a range of support, from harm minimisation to residential rehab and support to help people maintain their abstinence. Based on a ‘cycle of change’ which helps people move on positively with their lives, we use a range of psycho-social and educational programmes, many of which are peer led, in order to assist our customers to achieve a life free from substances.
By supporting people in their recovery, we open the door to safe longer-term housing, health care and education. This in turn, reduces their reliance on reactive healthcare while giving them the opportunity to start again and contribute to the local community.
Our innovative and pioneering services support customers and communities to tackle substance misuse range from establishing Health MOTs and health assessments- enabling NHS professional spotting early symptoms of TB, HIV and Hepatitis, through to the coordination of onsite drug counselling for clients and needle exchanges.
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Peppercorn Lodge, Suffolk
How we help at Peppercorn Lodge Supported housing for young parents affected by relationship issues, mental health difficulties, substance misuse or homelessness. You’ll find: The team work with you to identify support needs, education, and training & employment opportunities along with 1-2-1 support with wider life skills such as Shopping on a Budget sessions, parenting, maintaining accommodation and
The Cangle Foyer, Suffolk
How we help at Cangle Foyer Located in Haverhill, Suffolk, Cangle Foyer provides supported housing for young people aged 16-to-25 who are homeless and vulnerable. Our services help young people, as well as young parents, with housing related support in addition to help and advice around substance misuse, mental health and relationships. You’ll find: