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Our Aspire Town Centre bases are open. If you need drug and alcohol support call us on 01302 730956 between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday.

If you have any queries about on-going treatment please call 01302 303900.

Inpatient Detoxification Unit

Based at New Beginnings we provide medically assisted programmes in a purpose built unit designed to offer the maximum amount of support for people aiming to achieve a drug and alcohol free lifestyle.

The unit has 10 detoxification bedrooms and three flats, all supported by a team of our highly trained specialist practitioners.

The unit is maintained to the highest quality and our accommodation is bright and modern with a range of single and en-suite rooms, providing a safe, secure and comfortable environment.service user loading washing machine

Designed to support people engaging in a wider recovery community and develop new support networks, the unit has a communal lounge area and three well-equipped kitchens complete the community feel of the unit. In addition we have a fully equipped laundry, an IT suite and a range of group rooms and activity rooms.

What are the options?

Standard inpatient detoxification programme

The unit offers a standard in-patient detoxification which includes the opportunity to access to support from the structured day programme which includes a minimum of 20 hours customised, timetabled activity per week

Enhanced inpatient detoxification programme

This incorporates everything in the standard option and a 16-week rolling Structured Day Programme with aftercare support and recovery check-ups.

What we do

Our specialist medical team which is headed by a consultant specialist in addictions is supported by a team delivering a range of psychosocial interventions to support recovery and abstinence. This includes:

  • Individual and group therapy
  • Recreational activities and creative group work such as arts and crafts
  • Life skills training including topics relating to activities of daily living, communication and
  • positive relationships; coping with stigma, stress management, gardening, computer skills,
  • Cook and eat sessions and music technology
  • Health promotion activities including diet, substance misuse learning and smoking cessation
  • We work with people to enable them to manage their recovery by understanding their triggers, learning how to control cravings and manage feelings in a constructive manner.

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About Aspire

Aspire is a partnership organisation set up by Rotherham Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust (RDaSH) and registered charity The Alcohol & Drug Service (ADS).

We pride ourselves on being innovative and forward thinking, and work closely with the recovery communities we serve to provide flexible, responsive services, which offer the best possible recovery outcomes for all our service users.