Enfield

WDP Enfield provides support for anyone who is experiencing drug and alcohol issues who lives within the borough of Enfield.

We also work closely with the criminal justice system, including within the custody suites at police stations and magistrate courts, as well as with health services and other agencies to provide people who are experiencing problems with drug and/or alcohol the support they need to leave the cycle of crime and substance use.

The free and confidential service offers the support of a key worker who provides one-to-one advice and information about problematic drug and alcohol use.

Services available include:

  • One-to-one support & treatment
  • Alcohol screening and assessment
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and counselling
  • Access to prescribing appointments
  • Assessment and preparation for detox and residential rehab
  • Meet at gates and visiting you whilst you are in prison
  • Integrated Offender Management (IOM) programme
  • International Treatment Effectiveness Project group (ITEP)
  • Group work programme ‘group sessions covering topics such as managing anger, families and relationships, confidence and self-esteem and setting future goals.
  • Brief interventions for alcohol users: the client can meet with a keyworker to understand their alcohol problems in more detail. Initial brief interventions involve a short one-off meeting, whereas more extended brief interventions which consist of regular meetings over several weeks, so clients with more serious alcohol problems can develop a tailored care plan with the keyworker.
  • Citizens Advice Bureau surgery
  • Jobcentre Plus clinic
  • Rent deposit scheme
  • Escorting
  • Access to complimentary therapies such as Acupuncture
  • Access to the 'Hot Works' recovery café run by the ‘Break the Cycle’ Enfield service user group

How to access the service

Service users can drop in to the service for an assessment Monday – Friday 10am – 3.30pm

Via a referral from a variety of sources, such as your GP, hospital, social services,  criminal justice service such as the Police, Probation, Courts, HM Prison Service, CARATs.

If you are unable to attend the service we will also discuss with you the possibility of seeing service users somewhere that is convenient for them.

You can also access the service on a voluntary basis.

Partners

We work in close partnership with Compass, break the Cycle the Citizens Advice Bureau, Police, Probation, CARAT services, and the Court and the Enfield Good Samaritans Network.

Drug and Alcohol Recovery Payment by Results (PbR) Pilots Programme

WDP Enfield is part of the government's Drug and Alcohol Recovery PbR pilot. We are commissioned to provide a range of treatment and non treatment interventions to enable service users to become free from dependency and address their offending behaviour. The service is being measured on four main outcomes related to improved health and wellbeing, freedom from dependency, success in ETE and reduction in reoffending. We will continue to work in police stations in order to generate new referrals. In addition WDP Enfield has been commissioned to deliver the Drug Rehabilitation Requirement (DRR) and Alcohol Treatment Requirement (ATR) provision.

 

Contact information

WDP Enfield

12 Centre Way
Claverings Industrial Estate, Montagu Road
Edmonton, London N9 0AH

Nearest overground station: Edmonton Green

T: 020 8379 6970
F: 020 8379 6965
24/7 Referral Line: 0800 048 0028

E: enquiries@wdp-drugs.org.uk

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