For some people, supported withdrawal within the community can be an appropriate treatment option.
To use this service, you’ll first be assessed by our specialist Home based withdrawal Nurse. If you are assessed as low risk, and have a supportive and safe home environment where substance use is not present, you may be able to access non-residential withdrawal. If you are experiencing withdrawal symptoms, we can help you to get medical support and treatment.
The non-residential withdrawal service provides you with a withdrawal management plan, developed specifically for you by the nurse and a GP. Your individual plan will include support and education on withdrawal and relapse prevention, regular reviews by a nurse during your withdrawal phase, and a referral to any post-withdrawal services that may be helpful to you.
Contact us to find out more about non-residential withdrawal.