East Riding Partnership

East Riding

The East Riding Partnership (ERP) provides a range of substance misuse services to adults across the East Riding of Yorkshire delivered through: the Direct Access service; the Shared Care service; Community Drug & Alcohol Teams; Criminal Justice Services; Aftercare; Structured Day Programme. These elements work effectively together through a multi-disciplinary team framework, which allows individual packages of care to be tailored to need. The service is delivered in partnership with the Humber NHS Foundation Trust.

Aftercare

One to one work provides areas of support that enable service users to develop the skills and  resources to successfully reintegrate into society, and covers areas such as, managing finance,  establishing social contacts, activities and increased community participation, help to ensure  personal safety, security, health and well-being.

The group work offers service users an opportunity to learn social skills. It also creates a forum  where outside organisations can explain what they can offer service users in order to facilitate  the process of engagement.

Aftercare

Aftercare/Recovery Groups (ERP)

The Recovery Group is there to support people in their abstinence from drugs use by providing a range of strategies to support lifestyle change. The group also aims to build on and strengthen recovery capital.

Many people find that they make good friends at the groups who become the start of a new social network. Friends with who will share in the fun times and offer support in the not so good.

The group is led by a practitioner and supported by a Peer Mentor and consists of a ‘rolling programme’ covering nine ‘themed’ sessions.

People are welcome to join the group at any time and work to complete all nine sessions. Just ask your key worker.

Aftercare/Recovery Groups (ERP)

Community Drug & Alcohol Team

This service offers prescribing and psychological interventions and has permanent bases in Goole and Bridlington. It also offers satellite clinics in other areas to ensure access for those who need the service.

The service works with people who have a primary drug problem but can also offer support to people who have additional problems with their alcohol use.

Bridlington base: Becca House, 27 St John’s Avenue, Bridlington YO16 4ND T. 01262 458200

Goole base: 100 Boothferry Road, Goole DN14 8AE. T. 01405 608 210

Community Drug & Alcohol Team

Day Programme

Becoming drug or alcohol free is just a step on the road to recovery.
 For many people re-establishing themselves back in the community and building a life is the  most challenging part of the recovery journey. There are many potential barriers to this, some  social, some within the person. The day programme offers help, hope and support for people  on this stage of their recovery journey.
 The Day Programme is a twelve week day programme for people who have been alcohol or  drug dependent and are currently abstinent.
Day Programme

Direct Access East Riding

The Direct Access service provides support to service users but also to carers, family members and professionals seeking advice or signposting to other services. In a number of centres, this service also provides a harm reduction clinic. The open access service provides immediate access points to treatment and help and advice. Those concerned about drug or alcohol use can access the service at a number of venues across the East Riding.

Direct Access points are available across the East Riding click on FIND HELP at the top of the page to find the nearest to you, or Contact 74 Lairgate, Beverley HU17 8EU; T. 01482 344 690 or, download the ERP Open Access Leaflet

Direct Access East Riding

Primary Care Team

This service is delivered into a range of participating General Practice surgeries across the East Riding. In the service, a worker supports prescribing GPs with the management of their own practice patients who are experiencing problems with drug or alcohol use. This approach increases the number of locations across the area where drug and alcohol services are available to local people.

The team has a mix of nursing and people qualified in the social care field and is able to offer comprehensive support to those service users and professionals in primary care

Contact 74 Lairgate, Beverley HU17 8EU

T. 01482 344 690

Primary Care Team

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