Our Norfolk team delivers behaviour change interventions to adults with substance misuse problems from bases in Norwich, Great Yarmouth, Kings Lynn and Thetford. As the county is so large, people can now access support via Zoom as well as face-to-face, which overcomes transport problems for people living in rural areas.
Our behavioural change workshops support and strengthen people’s recovery by increasing their insight and self-awareness, improving physical and emotional wellbeing and developing recovery networks. Workshops are delivered flexibly and designed to complement each other in a staged progression.
Programmes include: Preparation for Change; Foundations of Change; Foundations of Growth; Live and Thrive; Foundations of Recovery Lite; and Thrive – ongoing abstinence-based community support.
We offer free, weekly counselling sessions for a variety of counselling needs. Twelve one-hour sessions can be accessed on Zoom or face-to-face. This popular service is a great opportunity for self-discovery, building resilience and strengthening recovery capital.
We recruit and train volunteer Recovery Coaches to support those in recovery and their family members to fulfil their goals and move forward. The five day training course is fully accredited. Coaches complement workshop delivery, volunteering their time to support others, passionately demonstrating that with work and commitment, lifelong recovery is possible.
(Addiction, Diversion, Disruption, Enforcement and Recovery)
This brand-new, multi-agency initiative based in Norwich pilots a whole system approach to tackling drug misuse. The project builds on existing work and looks to expand multi-agency partnership working. Our psychosocial intervention workers are based with Change Grow Live colleagues in Norwich city centre, offering a creative mix of one-to-one and group work opportunities to ADDER service users.
Our therapeutic programmes motivate people to learn and grow and achieve a positive future.
We recruit and train volunteer coaches to support people in recovery and their families to sustain positive change.