Inclusion Recovery Hampshire
Supporting those affected by drugs and alcohol in Hampshire
Inclusion Recovery Hampshire (IRH) is for anyone aged 18 or over who is using, or affected by the problems associated with drugs and/or alcohol.How We Work Together
What help can we offer?
Our service offers a free and confidential service to residents of Hampshire aged 18 and over affected by drug or alcohol use.At Inclusion, we believe service users are capable of changing their lives and our role is to facilitate that change through motivation and providing interventions that work.
We offer a free and easy to access service. If you are concerned and looking for some advice or support then please call: 0300 124 0103 and select the option for the hub nearest to you.
More about Inclusion
Services In Hampshire
Inclusion Recovery Hampshire (IRH) is for anyone aged 18 or over who is using, or affected by the problems associated with drugs and/or alcohol.
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IRH Hubs work with lots of housing agencies to support service users in achieving or maintaining stable and safe accommodation as part of their recovery plan.
The DAAT are responsible for commissioning substance misuse services and IRH works in partnership with them to reduce harm caused by substance misuse.
Our specialist recovery teams work with criminal justice agencies, and are experienced in supporting offenders in addressing their drug and alcohol needs.
IRH work with a variety of partners across the areas of Hampshire to get the best possible outcomes for the Service User’s we work with to support their recovery.
Hampshire Active Recovery Community (ARC) is an independent Peer-Led organisation helping people on their recovery journey from alcohol & drugs.