At the Second Chance Project we offer you a viable alternative to the other methods of support and recovery available. We work as a team and encourage every member of that team to make the necessary changes to move on to a substance free life.

BENEFITS OF THE SERVICE

Three Phased Programme

Door

Service Benefits

Detoxification completion

Completion of Life Story

Sustained motivation for change

Development of initial care-plan

Group Work

Health Awareness

Dietary, food & nutrition needs

Drugs & alcohol

Physical & psychological affects

Primary healthcare

Group

Alternatives to substance misuse & offending behaviour

Training & education

Fitness & sport

Reiki

Budgeting skills

Use of leisure time

Support Networks

Self-Help Groups

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PRE-ENTRY PHASE

Extends a service users time on ORT, feel more comfortable within the project and/or understand the ethos of abstinence so an informed decision can be made i.e whether or not to move onto Phase 1 and maintain abstinence as a lifestyle choice.

PHASE 1

Phase 1 consists of 5 weeks. Week 1 is compromised of 3 one-to-one’s plus group work. the following 4 weeks will be 3 afternoons per week ie. Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 2 - 4pm and will be made up of 12 groups with a total of 6 hours per week. During this period the Service User if necessary, can be detoxed. The detox period can last for up to 4 weeks. This will be carried out by the Care Manager, Doctor or any other Health Professional who will be responsible for the Service User’s medical care. A Graduation Requirement to move into Phase 2 will be 7 days abstinence.

Phase 1 will be working towards total abstinence. A review if required will be help with the Care Manager prior to moving into Phase 2.

All Service Users will receive one key work session fortnightly and one-to-one sessions when required.

Group Work
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PHASE 2

Phase 2 consists of 21 weeks. During this period the Service User will attend the project Monday to Friday for 15 hours per week, 10am-1pm. During this period the Service User will attend 60 to 70 various groups addressing their addiction issues and learning how to maintain their abstinence through the 12 Step Minnesota Model of Recovery as well as CBT methods.

After 4 months on the programme the Service User will be helped to access Education, Volunteer Placements and Training Courses in preparation for future employment.

All Service Users will receive one key work session fortnightly and one-to-one sessions when required.

PHASE 3

Phase 3 After Care Group Work runs for approximately 6 months. During this period the Service User can attend the project for 2 days a week for 3 hours. After Care Group Work will consist of Person Centered issues relevant to sustainable long term recovery. All Service Users will receive one-to-one sessions when required.

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RELAPSE PREVENTION

Triggers & drivers

Value systems

Environments

Coping strategies

Relationships

SUPPORT OPTIONS

Support groups
Group facilitation
Community support planning
Housing support and advice workshops
Benefits advice
Employment, training and education workshops
Family/carer support groups
Self-help meeting attendance (A.A, N.A & C.A)
Community counseling referral

Group

MORE INFORMATION

We suggest you check out a few help self meetings in the meantime. This will help you in the short term. Below are some help line numbers which can give you more information.

Narcotics Anonymous Helpline

PO Box No 16177

Glasgow G13 2YT

07071 248 710

www.ukna.org

Cocaine Anonymous Helpline

0141 959 6363

0800 612 02255

www.casscotland.org.uk

Alcoholic Anonymous Helpline

0800 9177 650

www.aa-uk.org.uk

www.scottishdrugservices.com

SECOND CHANCE PROJECT

“Give a man a fish and he’ll eat for a day. Teach a man how to fish and he’ll eat for a lifetime”

Ashfield house
402 Sauchiehall St
1st Floor
Glasgow
G2 3JD

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