Our Services

You may be surprised to find out that our clients include teenagers, office workers, factory workers, retired people, children whose parents have a dependency and people who are homeless.

Our clients are from all social backgrounds.

We work with the person with a drug or alcohol dependency but also worried parents, relatives and friends.

ANYONE can fall - The Matthew Project catches those who do.

Few of us will escape being affected by alcohol or drug misuse in some capacity.


The Youth and families team work across the county providing 1:1 life coaching for young people aged 11-19. The team offers workshops on domestic abuse, substance misuse, staying safe online, mental health and bullying in schools and peer mentoring.  Also, alongside Norwich YAB, the Youth and Families team run smoking cessation training for professionals and 1:1 support on smoking cessation for young people.  The Youth and Families team also offer Social Prescribing in Norfolk, actively sign posting and supporting people to access activities and groups within their community.

 


Unity provides support to children, young people and their families. With workers based across the county in Kings Lynn, Great Yarmouth and Norwich, Unity can visit families or young people anywhere in Norfolk. Unity supports young people misusing substances and those affected by the misuse of others.

 


Outside the Wire is our bespoke alcohol and drug service working across Norfolk and Suffolk offering confidential advice and support to HM Forces/Veterans/ Reservists and their families who are struggling as a result of PTSD or drug/alcohol addiction.  



 

On Track is one of four projects in the New Anglia LEP area that has secured funding from the Building Better Opportunities programme. It provides support for 16-24 year olds who are furthest from the labour market with complex and entrenched barriers to employment which prevent them from gaining skills, qualifications and ultimately employment. www.ontracknorfolk.org/



The Recovery Hub.  We have been successful in receiving funding from Public Health England to open a hub providing recovery support for people leaving treatment to build skills and confidence, help to sustain recovery.  Our Norwich Recovery Hub will be a welcoming place to build new connections, in a community with peer mentors, to provide support and skills training. The Recovery Support Program, which was piloted in April 2018, has been providing a timetable of activities that teach healthy eating, money management, friendship, arts and outdoor activities.


 


 

  • A telephone helpline for everyone within Norfolk & Suffolk who need support or have questions on drugs and alcohol.
  • Dynamic education so young people understand the risks of drugs and alcohol.
  • Free, confidential help.
  • Honest, accurate and appropriate information.
  • Support for parents and families of drug or alcohol users.

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