Our outreach service in Brighton provides street outreach and floating support for people with drug and alcohol problems in Brighton and Hove. It is part of the city-wide Pavillions partnership, Brighton’s integrated treatment and recovery system.
Our team aims to reduce street presence, sustain tenancies and reduce harm while helping people work towards recovery. This is done through intensive, assertive support-care navigating people into drug and alcohol treatment, accommodation, meaningful activity and health services. The team works with the city’s street drinking population, with locally connected rough sleepers as well as people in hostels and other accommodation. Interventions include assertive outreach to the street and into hostels, facilitating access to treatment, pre and post treatment support and promoting health improvements and recovery.
We also work with Brighton and Hove City Council to reduce the availability of cheap strength alcohol. Our ‘Sensible on Strength’ scheme includes over 140 retailers in the city and since the introduction of the scheme we have been able to generate invaluable data around the demographics of street drinkers.
For further details contact Service Manager Will Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org
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