Our Mission: To provide a programme tailored to each person’s strengths, which supports their reintegration into the community free from dependency.
At New Beginnings we provide holistic care within a culture of dignity, compassion and equality where everyone feels valued, respected and has the right to choose.
Our approach is based on the ‘Five Ways to Wellbeing’ and our unique three community reintegration model. These two complementary approaches enable us to identify and build on the strengths that each person has to support their recovery and reintegration.
We support everyone who comes to us to work towards reintegration into the community free
We understand that a holistic approach requires a diverse range of skills and we ensure
this through our multi-disciplinary team approach and by encouraging family involvement
throughout the process.
With their depth and breadth of expertise and experience, our multi-disciplinary team assure the care we deliver is of the highest quality.
“I have more self-respect now
and that feels amazing!
I’m in a lot better place, not
perfect, but happy with what
life has given me.” Service user’s quote
People who come to us are involved in their programme at every stage. We agree a recovery plan with each person to ensure that the programme is person centred and builds on their recovery capital.
Our multi-disciplinary team comprises
- A team leader with responsibility for the management of the service and the building, who is accountable to the overall service manager for Doncaster Drug and Alcohol Services
- A consultant psychiatrist and speciality doctor
- A non-medical prescribing team
- Qualified mental health and general nurses
- Recovery and support workers
- Staff trained in the delivery of a range of psychosocial interventions
- Complimentary therapy staff
- Group programme facilitators
- A mentor co-ordinator with a team of mentors and volunteers
- An administrative team
- Domestic and estates services.
Our team is actively involved in both the delivery and supporting services which include
- 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
- Detoxification from drugs and alcohol with access to and support from the structured day programme during admission.
- A 16-week rolling structured day programme with aftercare support and recovery check-ups is available depending on the care package agreed.
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.
People who come to us are encouraged to share their experiences and ideas of the service so that we may develop and improve.
“I have real time to spend with
the people I love.” Service user’s quote
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.