We are a community recovery supported housing project offering second stage support to those individuals who have obtained a period of abstinence from drugs and or alcohol. We provide secure supportive accommodation in a purpose built building offering support to 7 service users.
The Cedars provides a supportive and secure environment, where they can continue their recovery journey, access support and establish their independence. Service users will be supported through regular key work sessions, peer support, life skill groups and a dedicated resettlement worker. Service users will be supported to maintain abstinence and to engage fully in voluntary work and education or training with an ultimate aim of, a return to paid employment and sustained independent living. There is an ethos of self directed support in the form of community groups and/or SMART groups ensuring that service users maintain motivation and abstinence whilst building a supportive social network.
Service users will be supported with an individual aftercare package once they have successfully moved on from The Cedars.
We offer our service users the opportunity to be supported to achieve a return to independent living, substance free. Each service user will have a personalised plan developed by them with the help of their key worker. Our experienced staff team will support the service user using a range of tools, theories and approaches to ensure the best possible sustainable outcome is achieved.
- Secure accommodation
- One to one key worker
- Independent living skills
- A personalised plan
- ITEP mapping
- Peer support
- Peer mentor training
- Resettlement support
Make an appointment
To make a referral you will need to complete a referral form. You can do this by visiting the project in person, telephoning us, emailing or by asking a professional already involved in your support to help you.
Make a referral
Our referral forms are available from our project and most agencies locally have access to them.
Can’t attend your appointment?
Our referral forms need to be fully completed, this must include a personal statement in the service user's own words. We need as much information as possible: service users engaged with services such as substance misuse, mental health, prison or probation are advised to complete the application with a professional.
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