Controlled Drinking Project

6 bed supporting alcohol-dependent individuals to reduce drinking and improve health

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451 Newmarket Road

Under the management of Jimmy’s since April 2014, the controlled drinking project offers alcohol-dependent individuals the opportunity to receive intensive support, for which we partner with the Inclusion recovery and advice service, around reducing alcohol consumption.

Located at 451 Newmarket Road, our Controlled Drinking Project is a six-bed project offering 24-hour support to individuals who are engaged with our specialist drug and alcohol service provider.

This is undertaken with a view to controlling/reducing their alcohol intake, or in some instances, ceasing their drinking altogether.

Support for the residents

A reduction in drinking will for all result in harm reduction, and in some instances can motivate them to undergo a detox and aim for abstinence.

In addition to support for the residents of the project itself, residents of our move-on houses also visit for meetings with their support workers or to receive additional support with a variety of matters from the 451 team.

Work closely with the clients

Our team work closely with the clients, offering support across a wide spectrum of needs. Ranging from alcohol issues, managing money and medication through to more social events such as cinema and cooking skills.

The service promotes a family environment and the close knit support can be key to a successful outcome. “For example resettlement into a sustainable, semi-independent living accommodation”

Jimmy’s gave me the best help I could ask for