Shardale Specialist Therapuetic Communities - Treatment for Drug and Alcohol Addiction Shardale Ltd
385 Clifton Dr Nth
Lytham Saint Annes

Call 01253 728 898

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Shardale Non Residential Treatment Programme Preston

Shardale’s non-residential treatment programme enables individuals to have access to a structured and intensive recovery programme equivalent in its content to Shardale’s successful residential programmes.

Maybe you have considered undertaking residential treatment but personal circumstances have prevented you from accessing treatment – for example: parental responsibilities; housing/tenancy constraints; employment issues; or ongoing family and financial commitments.

Depending on your particular circumstances referrals to the programme can be initiated via the community substance misuse service in your area, by your social worker, probation officer, or alternatively you can contact the Shardale admission team to discuss your particular circumstances.

Similar to our residential rehabilitation programmes, applicants for the non-residential programme must be assessed by the local authority in which they reside and funding agreement secured prior to assessment by our admissions team. Our admission team can normally undertake an assessment within two working days from initial contact. Applicants in a position to self-fund can access the programme directly – information relating to current tariffs can be obtained by contacting our admission team on 01253 728 898.

Operating times are 10.00am to 3.00pm, Monday to Friday. Participants have their lunch provided as well as 50% of their weekly rail or bus travel passes refunded (refund applicable only to residents of Lancashire, Blackburn with Darwen, and Blackpool).

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