Park House Inpatient treatment Service (Part of Reach Out Recovery)
Park House is a purpose-built in-patient treatment service providing tailored packages or residential detoxification and stabilisation for Birmingham and other residents.
Park House is part of Reach Out Recovery Birmingham services in the West Midlands.
Park House is a 18 bed unit staffed by an experienced team of Specialist Doctors, Nurses, Healthcare Assistants and group work specialists. The detox centre is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and supported by clinical and operational on-call systems. Park house has beds allocated to both Birmingham residents and non-Birmingham residents.
Our inpatient detoxification and stabilization service is for anyone over the age of 18 years who has a primary issue with:
- Opiate use such as methadone and heroin
- Non-opiate drugs such as crack cocaine, legal highs, etc.
Many people who use our detox unit service:
- Have previously attempted but not completed formal community-based detoxification
- Need medical and/or nursing care because of significant physical or mental health problems
- Require complex poly-drug detoxification, for example concurrent detoxification from alcohol or benzodiazepines
- Are experiencing significant social problems that will limit the benefit of community-based detoxification
Most stays at Park House are for 2 weeks but this can vary dependent on your needs.
Park House provides a comprehensive package of medical care to support your detox or stabilization, as well as a full structures of groups and activities that supports residents to not only manage through their time with us, but also prepares people for the next stage of their recovery, whether this be managing their prescribed medication in the community or moving on to a package of community or residential rehabilitation and aftercare.
The service offers a full induction on arrival, and a comprehensive programme of group and individual work based on the Foundations of Change and Foundations of Growth programmes. These programmes ensure that residents coming through Park House are able to prepare for the changes they are making during their recovery journey, and then build on their recovery capital, developing skills and strategies to enable these changes to be sustained.
These programmes are supported by a full programme of structured activities and groups that support all residents through the detoxification and stabilisation process.
What we do and how we do it
Park House is an inpatient treatment service providing stabilization and detoxification for drugs and alcohol.
Park House is for any person who is over the age of 18 years old who has a problematic history of alcohol and/or substance use and is dependent on drugs and/or alcohol.
Park house has beds allocated to both Birmingham residents and non-Birmingham residents.
The following services are provided by Park House:
- Tailored detoxification and stabilisation prescribing
- Healthcare support
- Group Work Programmes
- Individual Support
- Housing Support
- AA/NA groups
- Peer mentoring support
- Leisure and social activities
- Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
- Emotional freedom Technique
For yourself or someone you’re worried about who lives in Birmingham call Reach Out Recovery on 0121 227 5890 or speak to a Recovery Coordinator
For anyone living outside Birmingham call us on 0121 523 5940 (please note, a cost applies for non Birmingham residents)
From professionals (GPs, social workers, pharmacists etc) call us on 0121 523 5940
Park House eligibility criteria
Park House is not suitable for any person under the age of 18 years old, or where they have an overriding mental or physical health issue that is their primary need and/or requires hospitalisation.
Park House is based in the Hockley area of Birmingham, just outside the city centre and next to the Jewellery Quarter.
By car: Free on the street car parking is available.
By train: Birmingham New Street station, and then by bus or taxi to Park House
By Bus: The following buses go from the city centre to Park House:
101: From Colmore Row to Park Road
16: From Moor Street Station to the Hockley Flyover
73&75: From Stephenson Street to the Hockley Flyover