In North Lanarkshire, we have a passionate and experienced team who support people and families who are affected by drug and/or alcohol use. We work across the 6 localities of North Lanarkshire. We provide support from our base in Coatbridge and also in Airdrie, Bellshill, Cumbernauld, Motherwell and Wishaw.
We support people and families to overcome any barriers they may face and help to reduce social isolation. We promote recovery and challenge stigma. We believe in showing people that not only is recovery possible, it is happening every day across North Lanarkshire.
We offer a wide range of services to help provide support. These include 1:1 and group work, Peer Mentoring, CBT Counselling, Recovery Through Nature, Family Support and general advice and signposting.
Phoenix Futures’ Recovery through Nature (RtN) is a highly effective therapeutic programme that engages teams of people who use our services in a range of practical conservation and horticultural projects to aid their recovery. The concept of encouraging team-working in 'the outdoors' and producing positive and tangible results has proved to be an extremely powerful relapse prevention tool.
Our statistics show a dramatic improvement in the successful treatment completion rates for those regularly involved in RtN. The key to the success of Recovery through Nature is simply creating enjoyable and safe learning environments, please contact the service for more information.
Prison to Community Service:
We can support people in their recovery journey before and after release from prison and back in the community. We support people to engage with or make referrals to other support services.
Other support services may include
- Agent prison visits
- Gate pick-ups
- Mental Health
- Social Work
- Harm Reduction
- BBV/Sexual Health
- Family Support
- Addiction Services
- Peer mentoring
- Recovery communities/Fellowships
- Education, Employment and
- Voluntary opportunities
How to Refer :
To make a referral or to find out more about our services in North Lanarkshire, please contact the service directly