Treatment service – Walsingham House
St James Priory Project,
Bristol BS1 3NZ,
Telephone: 0117 929 9100
Fax: 0117 922 5980
GENERAL INFORMATION ref 40120
Comprehensive residential support and treatment based on Abstinence Model following the 12-step philosophy.
Structured programme including 1 to 1 counselling, group therapy and relapse prevention.
Basic 12 week programme.
Integrated Dual Diagnosis Support & Treatment.
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Access/facilities for disabled clients: Limited. Contact for further information.
Treatment is available in the following languages: English
First Stage Beds: 16
Total Beds: 16
Clients accepted: Males and Females
Age range of clients: 18+
Treatment can be funded by: All sources
Conditions of admission (if any): Detoxed or on last 5 days of detox medication
Charging information: Charges are for treatment only : £372per week; £325 for block contract. General and Housing Costs are met via a Supporting People contract and HB claims. Contact for further details
John Jotcham, Project director
Brendan Georgeson, treatment co-ordinator
Julian Wallis , support Co-ordinator
Walsingham House provides a caring and compassionate environment of ‘first stage’ residential rehab.
Treatment and support are interlinked and individual treatment and support plans are agreed collaboratively with each individual.
Treatment is based on an abstinence model and follows the 12 Step philosophy. This is underpinned by sound theoretical models and is delivered by an experienced and qualified staff team.
Support is available for financial, housing and general needs.
Residents are expected to partake in all aspects of the treatment programme. This includes:
1 to 1 counselling;
Educational and Creative Workshops;
Audio/Visual Information Tapes;
Relaxation and stress management;
Health, Social and Life Skill Workshops.
Residents progress is reviewed regularly with the client’s care manager. Move–on plans are an integral part of this process and are focussed on the needs of each individual.
Family members and significant others have an important role in the longterm recovery process and Family Conferences form an important part of the programme.
There is also a separate Families/Carers support group which is held weekly.