Our Approach

  • Provide a wide range of high-quality services, with a person-centred approach, working with the clients GP’s, facilitate inclusive support groups in a range of community settings that combats loneliness, anxiety and depression, and to support individuals withdrawing from benzodiazepines and other similar drugs safely and successfully.
  • To strengthen people’s personal identities by connecting them with others that wish to share their individual life stories of dependency, their worries, to be listened to and not feel alone on their journey in becoming free from benzodiazepines.
  • Develop sustainable relationships between other non-profit organisations, NHS, and community services and to work with lead organisations on delivery, sharing knowledge and innovation.
  • Use our specialist knowledge and experience to train health practitioners to build their knowledge and confidence in supporting people in their care affected by prescribed drugs dependence and withdrawal more meaningfully and holistic as part of their everyday work.
  • Collaborate with Local Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG’s), Primary Care Services and local health providers in delivering our services.
  • Advocate and campaign to improve services for people dependent of prescribe medication; work with partners in the voluntary, public, private sectors to raise awareness, and to change attitudes and behaviours.