The following primary treatment services are provided by Coolmine

MEN’S RESIDENTIAL


Coolmine Lodge is a Therapeutic Community which hosts a 5-month residential treatment programme for men who are working towards an independent life free from addiction.

Coolmine Lodge provides a supportive peer lead environment where clients can build confidence, strength, resilience and hope for a positive future. The service can admit men who may be prescribed medication or for those detoxing from methadone, following assessment.

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WOMEN & CHILDREN’S RESIDENTIAL

Ashleigh House is a residential Therapeutic Community for women, expectant women and mothers with young children. The service can admit women who may be prescribed medication or for those detoxing from methadone, following assessment.

Ashleigh House is designed to help women in recovery develop the skills they need to live a drug-free, independent life. By providing a supportive setting our clients can build on their self confidence, emotional management and the relapse prevention skills needed to remain addiction free.

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DRUG FREE DAY PROGRAMME (DFDP)

The DFDP provides a supportive setting for our clients to build self-confidence and the skills to maintain a drug free life. It is a minimum of 10 months in duration; 5 months primary treatment and 5 months aftercare. Clients engage in open therapy groups, self-development workshops, 1:1 key working sessions, relapse prevention groups and various other therapeutic / educational programmes.

The programme runs Monday to Friday, from 9-4, and finishes at 1pm on Wednesday. There are limited Community Detox placements available in collaboration with prescribing doctor.

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RESIDENTIAL METHADONE DETOXIFICATION PLACEMENTS

We offer methadone detoxification as part of the residential and day services. This is overseen by our nursing team working with your community prescriber.

Referrals for methadone detoxification are taken from the individual, GPs, Hospitals, Social Workers and other agencies.

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