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Suffolk

Supporting your recovery every step of the way

Self Help

These pages will provide you with inspiration and information that could help get you started in making positive choices.

Download Referral Form

Please send the completed form to: ECHUB.turningpointsuffolk@nhs.net

Here you can check out how much you drink or link into services to help with quitting smoking or sexual health checks. You can complete a online form to help you identify how you feel about your drug/alcohol use and what changes you would like to make, these first steps can provide the base for contacting your local service.

Remember you do not need to tackle addiction alone, it is helpful to talk to someone about how you are doing and perhaps meet people who are going through a similar time or who have made the changes that they want to.

Get in touch with us if you would like to find out more about how we can support you: suffolk@turning-point.co.uk or find out about other ways to contact us.

If you are living with someone who’s drug or alcohol use is affected you or if you know your use is affected your children, partner or parents get in contact with Suffolk Family Cares they offer specialist services to help you. The service is separated into different bits so you can find the right team for you.

What happens when I refer someone to Turning Point services? 

They will be contacted via phone to have an initial screening assessment completed to see what support the client needs and if there are other options for the clients recovery. During the phone call, we will complete a brief assessment and ascertain what their treatment goals may be and explore the reasons for seeking treatment. We will explain the different options available and talk through what might be helpful. If the client is treatment ready then they will be booked in for a full assessment where a full care plan will be created and ‘next steps’ goals made this. Assessment normally takes 1-2 hours and is completed by a Recovery Worker.

Please contact us on the Suffolk number 0300 123 0872 for referrals. The lines are open Monday to Friday 9am-5pm. Outside of these hours, please leave a message on our answer phone and we will aim to contact you the following day.

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