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Nottingham City Public Health is redesigning and recommissioning some of the services within the wider drug and alcohol treatment system, and want to hear your views. This review comes against a backdrop of escalating drugs and alcohol use among both adults and young people. A situation made worse by other factors such as the pandemic and the cost-of-living crisis, which has resulted in a lot of distress in BAME communities, these issues are made worse by problems of stigma and shame, which result in those needing help, either not, getting the help or when they do, it is at a much later stage. At the same time, drug and alcohol services in the City have not been effective in engaging or working with BAME people.

This is a critical once in a generation opportunity to speak up and shape alcohol and drug treatment and recovery services for the underserved ethnic minority communities.

It is therefore important for you as individuals, families and community members to share your thoughts and ideas in the redesigning of future services. We need to ensure the new system takes into consideration the needs of the whole community.

Consultation open 18 July 2022 to 15 August 2022; the survey link: https://www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/engage-nottingham-hub

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We deliver addiction recovery and rehabilitation services and specialise in supporting people from Black, South Asian and Minoritised Communities.

 

Our approach is holistic, adaptable, culturally sensitive and inclusive, enabling individuals to access support with addiction recovery, mental health and additional well-being services.

 

We also provide bespoke training, consultancy and specialist addiction recovery packages to healthcare providers and statutory organisations across the UK.

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Office opening times; Monday -
Friday - 8.45am - 4.30pm

We are currently providing these services face to face and via Zoom, Face time and by phone

  • 1:1 Support

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  • Evening and weekend support

  • Group Activities via Zoom

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Monday 
  • 10am - 11am - Peer Development Group

  • 11am -12.30pm - BAC-IN 2life recovery meeting

  • 1pm -2.30pm Women’s Support meeting

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Wednesday 
  • 10am – 2.30pm - Leaders with lived experience training

  • 7pm - 8.30pm - BAC-IN Zoom Recovery Meeting

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Thursday
  • 1pm - 3pm - Artizan Group (Creating songs, poetry, making videos)

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Friday 
  • 11am - 12.30pm - BAC-IN 2life recovery meeting

  • 12.30pm - 3pm  - Peer Social Gathering - Lunch 

  • 3pm - 4pm  - Meditation Practice

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  • Community Outreach

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