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Supporting Recovery Together: New Ethos Nottingham and Nottingham Recovery Network

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Supporting Recovery Together: New Ethos Nottingham and Nottingham Recovery Network

At New Ethos Nottingham, we are committed to providing comprehensive support to our residents, particularly those navigating the challenging journey of recovery from substance use. One of the vital resources we signpost our service users to is the Nottingham Recovery Network (NRN), a dedicated organization offering extensive support and treatment options for those affected by substance misuse.

What is Nottingham Recovery Network?

The Nottingham Recovery Network is a specialized service providing a range of support options for individuals struggling with drug and alcohol addiction. They offer a holistic approach to recovery, emphasizing the importance of personalized care plans and community support. Key services include:

  • Acceptance and Commitment Training

  • Peer Support Sessions (cultural, gender-specific, and mixed groups)

  • Arts and Crafts, Creative Writing, and Acupuncture

  • SMART UK Group (mutual aid sessions)

  • Psychosocial Interventions Team offering one-on-one support focusing on relapse prevention, emotional resilience, and mindfulness techniques​ (Nottingham Recovery Network)​​ (Nottingham Recovery Network)​.

How We Help You Connect

If you haven't already been directed to NRN by your probation officer, our keyworkers at New Ethos Nottingham can assist you. During your keywork session, you can discuss your recovery needs, and your keyworker can arrange for you to be accompanied to NRN. This support ensures you have the guidance and encouragement needed to take the next step in your recovery journey.

Accessing NRN Services

To get started with NRN, you can:

  • Call the dedicated phone line at 0800 066 5362. Their team is available Monday to Friday from 8 am to 6 pm, and on Saturdays from 9 am to 1 pm.

  • Visit the Nottingham Wellbeing Hub at 73 Hounds Gate, Nottingham NG1 6BB during their drop-in assessment hours​ (Nottingham Recovery Network)​.

Assessments are conducted to understand your specific needs and to tailor a treatment plan accordingly. This can usually be arranged within a few days of your initial contact.

Additional Support

For those facing homelessness, the Rough Sleeper Drug and Alcohol Treatment Team (RSDATT) provides proactive support by removing barriers to treatment and collaborating with other services to address housing, health, and social care needs​ (Nottingham Recovery Network)​.


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