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Moving On Inverclyde

Last updated: 11th July 2024

Type of service:

Voluntary

Need supported:

  • Alcohol
  • Drugs
  • Employability / Training / Career
  • Re-integration
  • Short-term Prisoners

Aim/Purpose:

Moving On Inverclyde is a free confidential service which supports people to achieve improved recovery from alcohol and/or drug use. Support individuals using a range of services tailored to their specific needs. This includes a 4-stage recovery programme including one-to-one and groupwork sessions. People are equipped to move on in their lives as part of a recovery journey. There is an offer of a 4 phase modular recovery programme. Each phase has its own purpose and theme, and individuals can access and leave at any point relevant to their own journey. In addition to this, Moving On have various physical and mental health and wellbeing activities available to everyone.

Suitability criteria:

  • All genders
  • All ages

Assessment/referral process:

  • Any agency, GP, Health professional, Self-referral, Social work

Adults seeking recovery from problematic substance use in Inverclyde. Moving On accept referrals via Justice Social Work across all interventions in the service. Moving On also have a referral pathway via Alcohol and Drug Recovery Services should individuals be engaging in that service. Self referrals are accepted and there is a referral form available on the website however individuals can ask for referrals to be made via any service they are working with and if Justice Social Work involvement via their allocated worker.

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