Trafford Community Services
You can find out more information about the Trafford Community Services by clicking on the leaflet link or any of the service names below
The single point of contact (SPOC) for the Borough of Trafford
Specialist service for young people between the age of 11 and 25 with drug/alcohol misuse problems
Aimed at adults aged over 25 who would like to address a substance misuse issue, and live in Trafford
Aimed at adults over the age of 25, living in Trafford (or have a Trafford connection), who are abstinent from substances and require ongoing support
Additional support available in Trafford
Offenders: The Community Recovery Service has two offender workers who offer intensive support to individuals who are released from prison, or referred through Probation or Test on Arrest.
Domestic Abuse: Phoenix Futures Trafford Recovery Services has an IDVA (Independent Domestic Violence Advisor), who works with individuals who are in service with the Community Recovery Service / Recovery Abstinence Service / Alcohol Recovery Navigation Service, and also women who have been referred to MARAC.
Trafford Services also have an ARDVA (Alcohol Related Domestic Violence Advisor) who works with perpetrators whose incidences of domestic violence are related to alcohol use. It is a 6 session intervention focussed on perpetrators of domestic violence who have alcohol misuse issues that have contributed to their offending. This support is available to any resident of the Trafford Borough.
Family Support: Service users accessing Phoenix Futures who have children under the age of 18 can receive support from the Family Support Worker, who will work with families on parenting issues, budgeting, maintaining their tenancy, accessing groups and children’s centres, and accessing education and employment.
Employment and Training Support: An Employment and Training Worker has been employed to provide careers guidance advice and counselling to Service Users. In addition to providing group sessions on a range of career/occupational areas such as CV writing, interview techniques, job search and confidence building one to one vocational guidance interviews are available. The role also involves developing working relationships with training providers, colleges and employers.