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Crime Reduction Initiative

Type of service:
Advice And Support
Address:
20 Carrington Street, Substance to Solution - Kettering, Kettering, Northamptonshire, NN16 0BY
Telephone number:
01604 211304
Mobile number:
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Email address:
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Service description:

This opportunity should only be used where a claimant has satisfied the following:
- Must be identified as a user of alcohol/drugs.
- Declared they are not undergoing any form of drug treatment
- Agreed voluntarily to attend the appointment.
- Given consent for JCP to record sensitive personal info on LMS by completing DPA1.
- Agreed to JCP sharing their personal details with the treatment provider on form TPR1
Hours & Duration
-TBA with claimant
-Referral Process
Telephone: 0845 0344549. After referral claimant will have a discussion with treatment provider CRI will decide the most appropriate treatment for claimant who will then move into a treatment programme.
Cost:
Contact provider for details
Age range:
0 - 80 years
Opening hours:
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Ofsted Inspection Grade:
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Additional information:
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Eligibility criteria:
Anyone Who Needs Counselling
Referral route:
  • Referral By Family Member
  • Referral By General Practitioner (GP)
  • Self Referral
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