If you are struggling with alcohol and live in West Essex, we can help you
Counselling allows a space for our clients to explore their feelings, develop effective coping strategies and gain an understanding of the difficulties and challenges they have experienced, which may have led to a reliance on alcohol. The counsellor’s role is to offer support and understanding, and to listen and respond in a non-judgmental way.
These sessions are short and combine motivational interviewing techniques with practical tasks that help you to reduce your alcohol intake.
Group work supports clients in several ways. It provides a space to meet others, discover they are not alone in their situation and support one another on their journeys. It’s not just about tackling alcohol issues, but developing new life skills and networks too.
For me change is a continuing process. Becoming sober and living a sober life is the best thing I have ever done. My life has become better because I‘ve become better, a better mother, partner, daughter, sister and friend…
The Chair of Harlow Council, Councillor Maggie Hulcoop official opened the brand new recovery suite at ADAS:
‘It was such a great honour and privilege to be amongst such a dedicated and passionate group of people today…’
We are always looking for people to help us. Come and join the team!
We have a range of volunteering opportunities at Harlow in West Essex; please take a look at the current vacancies: