This is the first phase of accessing the programmes, where we assess the needs of the young person to establish if they are suitable for one of our programmes and if so which programme would best suit their needs. Assessment involves A meeting with our Doctor A meeting with our Counsellor A meeting with our […]
This group is for young people who are experiencing problematic drug use and need support to reduce their use. It is a structured programme which involves the following: Weekly appointments with our Doctor (Mon/Thurs) Weekly appointment with our Counsellor Weekly careplan meeting with their designated keyworker Attendance on Wednesdays from 1pm-4pm: Lunch, Drug Education & Relapse […]
This programme is to support young people who are stable in their drug use to work towards becoming drug-free. It runs Monday, Tuesday, (12.30-4pm) Thursday (1-4pm) and Friday (1-3pm). This is a structured programme which involves: Weekly appointment with our Doctor (mon/thurs) Weekly appointment with our Counsellor Weekly careplan meeting with their designated keyworker Participation […]
This programme is to support young people who are on a training/education programme (including school). This programme involves: Weekly appointment with our Doctor (Mon/Thurs) Weekly appointment with our Counsellor Weekly careplan meeting with their designated keyworker Participation in Relapse Prevention Groups Urine analysis Holistic treatments The aim of this programme is to support young people […]
This programme is to support young people who have completed drug treatment and have moved on to employment/education/training. The aim is to support the young person during the early stages of move-on.
Crinan Youth project have been providing support to family members/carers for over twenty years. We understand the stress, strain, anxiety and helplessness that carers go through when impacted by a loved one’s drug and alcohol misuse. Crinans’ Family Support Programme can help. While attending our programme you will gain the skills and tools to support you […]
This service provides information and support to people experiencing difficulty relating to their use of drugs, in particular Cocaine, Crack Cocaine and Headshop Drugs. This programme is designed to provide specific drug treatment to problematic drug users, including cocaine users, crack cocaine users and other stimulant drug users between the ages of 14 – 21 in the […]