Drug Alcohol Addiction Rehabilitation
As a committed and caring organisation, we endeavour to be an integral part of every individual�s journey away from drug or alcohol dependency towards personal freedom, responsible behaviours, and individuality. At Shardale we believe that freedom from drug or alcohol dependency is achievable by all, regardless of age, gender, race, culture, religious belief or personal history.
It is our core belief that every person has the innate resources to be able to change their psychological and emotional dependency on mood altering substances. Facilitating individuals to change, develop and grow, requires a therapeutic environment where participants feel fully supported and able to trust in their recovery journey. Shardale projects are designed to provide the supportive environments necessary to achieve change, and the number of programme participants who successfully complete treatment with us demonstrates the efficacy of the �therapeutic community model�.
Supporting Best Recovery Outcomes
Programme participants at Shardale projects are encouraged to be active in their own treatment programme, to identify and work through consequential and often traumatic life events, and, with the support of the Shardale community, to develop the life skills and behaviours that will enable them to lead a life without recourse to mood altering substances. Click this link for more information on our alcohol treatment facilities .
Whilst Shardale staff members support and guide the whole community to address their physical, psychological and emotional needs, in a �non Hierarchical democratic therapeutic community� the majority of decisions are made by the community as a whole. Shardale�s unique adaptation of the �therapeutic community model� is designed to encourage both personal responsibility and decision making, thus enabling all individuals to discover a more independent and resourceful life. Contact us for more information.
Shardale Programme Locations
Shardale projects are located in Preston, Lancashire and St Annes on the Fylde Coast south of Blackpool. Potential participants are typically referred for assessment by their Local Authority, usually in conjunction with their community based treatment service provider as detoxification is required. Some of our programme participants are privately funded and they will refer themselves directly to the Shardale Admissions Team.
To find out more about Shardale Projects go to admission or call the Admissions Team on 01253 728 898.
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