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West Lothian ADP - Services

West Lothian ADP commissions and works with a number of partners to help adults and families address problematic substance use and to achieve sustainable recovery.

Circle

  • Offers whole family support to parents who are experiencing addiction issues
  • Work holistically with all members of the family
  • Signposts and supports families to other services which can help with their recovery from substance use
  • Will accept self referrals or referrals from professionals

Contact: 01506 653360 for further information

Cyrenians

  • Offers after care support and services to those affected by alcohol and drug problems
  • There is a drop in facility based in Bathgate which offers activities, educational opportunities or supports people to return to work
  • Offers opportunities for those in recovery to volunteer and support others who are experiencing problems with alcohol and drug issues.

Contact: 01506 205413 for further information

SWAT

  • Offers specialised support and help to all adults including parents who are experiencing difficulties with alcohol and drugs
  • Will assist and refer clients to other services such as NHS Lothian for specialised treatment to become abstinent from substances
  • Offers relapse prevention support to adults who need additional support to prevent lapse or relapse
  • Will accept self referrals from adults in West Lothian

Contact: 01506 773681 for further information

WLDAS

  • Offers a range of psychological therapies to individuals' wishing to make changes to their substance use
  • Employs psychological based support or therapy to those affected by someone else's substance use
  • Will accept self referral from across West Lothian

Contact: 01506 430225 for further information

LIFELINE

  • Focus on harm reduction, preparation for engagement and practical support
  • Works with people in prison or custody to support their recovery from alcohol and drug problems once they return to their communities
  • Referral pathways from other agencies such as housing officers, mental health practitioners, social work, care agencies for individuals who cannot make the 6 drop in clinics and require home visits / alternative venues
  • Open Access Policy

Contact: 01506 657992 for further information