Hackney Recovery Service is a a fully integrated, recovery-focused service delivered by WDP in partnership with CNWL and St Mungo's in the London Borough of Hackney.
Our service is free and open to all Hackney residents aged 18 or over, as well as their families and carers. When you come in you will be able to talk to one of our Duty Recovery Workers, who will help you decide what treatment would best benefit you.
Once we have completed an assessment and know more about you and your needs, our team will work with you to create a recovery plan tailored to your individual needs and aspirations. We will regularly review this with you and adjust the plan to make sure you always receive the appropriate support at the appropriate time.
We also offer services to your family members and loved ones so that they can receive some support and advice on how best to support you during your recovery.
How to access our service:
You can either request a referral to our service from your GP or any other professional that you’re working with, or you can drop into our open access session yourself.
Our open access sessions run from:
110 Mare Street
When you attend, you’ll meet with a Duty Worker who will complete an assessment with you to help identify the best course of treatment we can offer to support you.
This will be recorded in your individual recovery plan which will be updated regularly as you continue to engage with us.
You can also contact us by phone.
What we offer
Services available here include:
- Drop In and Open Access
- Needle exchange
- Access to prescribing
- Community detox
- BBV and health interventions
- Group work
- Key working
- Housing and benefit support
- Families and carers support
- Services for women
- LGBT Services
- Reintegration activities
- Education, training and employment
- Abstinence-based services
For more information, contact:
110 Mare Street, London E8 3SG
Tel: 0300 303 2611 | Out-of-hours (freephone): 0808 168 8669
*Please be advised that this email address should not be used to send confidential information. Contact your local service to find out how to make a referral