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Stockton Recovery Service

Who we are

Stockton Recovery Service is a support service for individuals over 18 years old who are affected by drug and alcohol use. We are part of an integrated recovery service where we work closely with the pharmacological providers to offer individuals a holistic package of support, to ensure recovery is a realistic and attractive offer to everyone. We also offer a dedicated Family Service to support families affected by parental substance misuse, working with parents, carers and children in a family centred way. 

What we do

Individuals are supported in their recovery from point of entry through to aftercare via effective care coordination. Our team is made up of recovery workers, peer mentors and recovery champions. A lot of our staff team include people who are in their own recovery, we believe this is crucial as they bring added value and inspiration to those individuals accessing the service. Upon entry to the service you can speak to a Recovery Worker and/or a Peer Mentor to discuss your needs and aspirations. We will then offer you tailored support dependant on your individual circumstances. 

Services include:

  • confidential advice and information
  • open access (no appointment needed)
  • strength based assessment of need and goal setting
  • dedicated recovery worker
  • dedicated peer mentor
  • harm reduction and needle exchange
  • one-to-one key working sessions
  • peer led recovery work shops
  • dedicated aftercare
  • SMART recovery
  • daily breakfast club
  • peer mentor programme
  • supported access to mutual aid
  • a family centred approach
  • parent support programmes
  • support for young people whose parents use drugs or alcohol
  • 24 hour free and confidential helpline
  • open late and Saturdays 

Next steps

Our services can be accessed by contacting us by phone or email or by dropping in during opening hours.

You may be referred to us by the police, probation, social services or your doctor, among others. Upon referral we carry out an assessment to determine the level and type of support you need.

Criminal Justice
Drugs & Alcohol
Young People & Families
Domestic Abuse
Other


Phone number:

01642 613 358
24/7 emergency number:
0800 052 2050

Fax:

01642 613 463

Email:

carrie.roberts@cri.org.uk


Address:

17-18 High Street
Stockton-on-Tees
TS18 1SP


Hours:

Monday 9am-5pm

Tuesday 9am-5pm

Wednesday 9am-7pm

Thursday 9am-5pm

Friday 9am-7pm

Saturday 9.30am-1pm


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