REMEDY : BNSSG referral pathways

Bristol ROADS

Checked: 23-05-2018 by katy.kearley Next Review: 23-05-2019

Service Overview

Bristol ROADS (Recovery Orientated Alcohol & Drugs Service) provides free and confidential advice, support and treatment for adults with problematic alcohol and drug use.

ROADS is a partnership between BDP (Bristol Drugs Project), DHI (Developing Health & Independence) and AWP (Avon & Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust).

Children (aged 17 and under) - see Children and Young People section of Remedy

Community Recovery Service

Developing Health and Indepence’s (DHI) Community Recovery Hubs patients accept self-referral from patients for an assessment. Patients can choose from a range of one-to-one and group support and activities, whether they are preparing to make changes, building their recovery or wanting to prevent relapse.

Community Recovery Hub - Drop-in, Monday – Friday: 1pm – 3pm (closed bank holidays)

  • Central: E5, 16-18 King Square, BS2 8AZ

  • North: Greenrooms, Greenway Centre, Doncaster Road, Southmead, Bristol, BS10 5PY

  • South: @Symes Community Centre, Peterson Avenue, Hartcliffe, Bristol, BS13 0BECommunity Recovery Hubs can direct people to Complex Care if they have other needs or complexity, or require detoxing in a medical or residential setting.

    Email: roads@dhi-services.org.uk

    Secure email from NHS.net accounts roads@dhi-online.org.uk.cjsm.net

    Telephone: 0117 440 0540 (Open Monday – Friday: 9am – 8pm and Saturday: 9am – 1pm)

Community Recovery Hubs can direct people to Complex Care if they have other needs or complexity, or require detoxing in a medical or residential setting.

Health and Harm Reduction

Bristol Drugs Project  (BDP) supports patients currently using alcohol or drugs to reduce the risks involved: this includes: Needle and Syringe Programme, Nursing Support (including wound care), Naloxone Supply and Blood Borne testing and support.

Health & Harm Reduction Centre - Drop-in, Monday – Friday: 9am – 8pm and Saturday 10am – 5pm (Bank holidays: 9am – 5pm. Closed: Christmas Day, Boxing Day & New Year’s Day)

Contact details:

Bristol Drugs Project, 11 Brunswick Square, Bristol, BS2 8PE

Email: info@bdp.org.uk Telephone: 0117 987 6000

Shared Care

BDP’s Shared Care team work in GP Practices across Bristol to support your patients with an alcohol detox or an opioid substitute prescription and detox.

Assessments for opioid substitution treatment are undertaken by DHI’s OST team as part of the Community Recovery Service.

Homelessness and Housing

Addiction Recovery Agency (ARA) provides supported housing opportunities to match the needs of individuals at different stages in their recovery journey. Professionals can refer via the Housing Support Register.

Email: info@addictionrecovery.org.uk Telephone: 0117 930 0282 (ARA)

Referrals

Referral Form

If you are a looking to support someone to access ROADS please download the ROADS Primary Care Referral Form and fax or send it to the Community Recovery Service (DHI). Use this form:

  • For new patients not currently receiving treatment within Primary Care – opiates; non-opiates and alcohol.

  • For patients in the ROADS system or receiving treatment in Primary Care, but needing another ROADS service. (e.g. inpatient detox,)

 

Referral Contact:

Secure email from NHS.net accounts roads@dhi-online.org.uk.cjsm.net

Fax: 0117 9166 593

Post: DHI, Brunswick Court, Brunswick Square, BS2 8PE

Enquiries: Tel: 0117 440 0540 (Open Monday – Friday: 9am – 8pm and Saturday: 9am – 1pm) - GPs can call DHI to talk through referral options.