Based out of Ballymena in Northern Irelnd, is a small behavioral health facility providing flexible treatment to clients struggling with addiction. Founded in 2000, the organization offers programs for both men and women with an emphasis on methods.
Treatment and Staff
Before beginning treatment, clients go through an initial intake and assessment process to help staff members developplans. Though on-site services are not available, those in need can get referrals to nearby facilities as necessary. Unlike some rehabs, Hope Centre Ballymena places more emphasis on holistic methods and operates more as a recreational, community-oriented facility. Treatment consists primarily of though it also includes covering addiction education, , coping skills and other rotating topics.
In addition to treatment methods such as auricular acupuncture, clients can also use a supervised gym facility on-site or relax in the game room. Evidence-based practices are used in therapy as well but the specifics of these sessions vary by therapist and by client needs. Programs typically last for 10 to 12 weeks.
Thoughparticipation is encouraged, it is not always required. Those with may want to seek additional support elsewhere as Hope Centre is not a dual diagnosis equipped facility.
The staff at Hope Centre Ballymena consists ofand county-certified drug and alcohol therapists.
While the programs are available to adults in general, the facility also provides special support for clients ages 50 and above who are socially isolated and struggling with addiction. As such, the facility often operates as more of a community center and educational resource for those struggling with addiction rather than a more standardized rehab facility.
Overall, Hope Centre Ballymena is a somewhat unorthodox facility providing communal support, education and holistic therapy to clients struggling with addiction. Though it is a non-medical program, it does offer evidence-based care and individualized programming for socially isolated and addicted participants. While those in need of more intensive care may want to seek additional help elsewhere, Hope Centre Ballymena remains a helpful resource for clients in the area.
Hope Centre Ballymena
7-11 Broughshane St
Ballymena BT43 6EB, UK
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