Support

Support

If treatment is getting sober, recovery is Living Sober.

Our support philosophy is based on the recognition that addiction is a disease and abstinence is the only method of beating dependence on alcohol. The aim of Living Sober is to help to address the shortage in specialist alcohol.


Aims of Living Sober

1 – Offering long term tailored support to clients that is confidential and based on trust between the client and a dedicated Living Sober support worker.

2 – Providing long term support to alcoholics who have been detoxed and who want to live sober.

3 – In the long term signposting clients to education, employment and safe housing so that they are rehabilitated back into the community.


The Overall Objectives of the Support Services

1 – To assist the client to live life free from alcohol.

2 – To provide the client with coping skills to assist their rehabilitation into the community.

3 – To provide 24 hour support to clients.

4 – To help to improve clients’ personal, social and family relationships.

5 – To signpost clients to appropriate education, employment and housing agencies and providers.

6 – To provide service user groups that support and give practical help on long term recovery.

We also understand that beating alcoholism is not only about supporting the individual but also the families of those affected and so Living Sober also offer support services to the loved ones of alcoholics.

Click on the links above to find out how Living Sober can support you as an individual or support your family in beating addiction to alcohol.

August 29th, 2014


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