Inverclyde Alcohol & Drug Recovery Service

ImageThe Inverclyde HSCP Strategic Plan sets out a vision of how the organisation will reduce the use of, and harm from alcohol, tobacco and drugs. Within the HSCP we have reviewed our alcohol and drug services and are now working to deliver a new integrated service model. This focuses on promoting recovery, assessment, treatment and early intervention.

The Alcohol and Drug Partnership is working with partner agencies to support recovery.
This work includes providing an enhanced recovery framework within Inverclyde; increasing the resources available and providing more options for support during an individual’s recovery journey.

The HSCP alcohol and drug services are now co-located at The Wellpark Centre and provide a single point of access for all HSCP referrals, GP and self-referrals. These services now form the new Inverclyde Alcohol and Drug Recovery Service (ADRS).

Over the coming months changes will be made to focus on new support pathways to ensure that anyone with an alcohol or drug issue is promptly and appropriately assessed and guided into treatment and recovery services.

How to Access Services?

The Alcohol and Drug Recovery Service will accept self-referrals and referrals from GP, social worker and other agencies. Access to these services is obtained by having an assessment of need carried out. This assessment of need identifies the appropriate service to be delivered.

If you require any support please contact the Alcohol and Drug Recovery Service at:

Wellpark Centre
30 Regent Street
Greenock
PA15 4PB
Tel: 01475 715353

The website will be updated when the service moves across to the new model.








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