"Addressing alcohol and drug related issues: reducing harm and supporting positive change"
Key Information

 

Drug and Alcohol Intervention Service for Youth
Drug and Alcohol Intervention Service for Youth
The DAISY service can support young people affected by their own substance use or by that of another person
Dealing with young person's drug use
Dealing with young person's drug use
A booklet for parents concerned about a child's drug or alcohol use
Strengthening Families Programme
Strengthening Families Programme
A family intervention for teenagers and their parents
Life Skills Programmes

Life Skills Programmes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Targeted Life Skills Service is for young people aged 11-21 years, who are deemed at risk of misusing drugs and/or alcohol.

The service delivers a bespoke life skills & harm reduction programme, based on the needs of the group. Skills based education programmes are expected to positively influence a person’s ability to adopt safer behaviours.

ASCERT provides this service in the Northern & Western Health & Social Care Trust areas.

The programme is normally delivered over 4 – 8 sessions. The courses are interactive and designed to cater the needs of all young people, taking into account their age and learning ability.

For further information or to register your group for a course, contact James Rafferty, Targeted Life Skills Service Administrator on 0800 2545123 or email james@ascert.biz

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Targeted Lifeskills Service in the Northern HSCT area is a partnership with Start360

ASCERT
23 Bridge Street,
Lisburn
Co. Antrim
BT28 1XZ

Tel: 0800 2545 123
Fax: 028 9260 3874
Email: info@ascert.biz
Charity Number: NIC101239