An innovative new service N-Gage, from Barod
Your young person’s drug and alcohol services in Gwent changed in April 2017. We’re letting you know, so that you can talk to us, ask us questions, tell us what you think and help us get it right.
So far, we have spoken to you if you were being supported by a young person’s drug or alcohol service in Blaenau Gwent, Caerphilly, Monmouthshire, Newport or Torfaen as we wanted:
- your help to name the project,
- to make sure what we set up in Gwent has you in the driving seat at every stage of its development; and
- your agreement for any information about you to be transferred to the new wider Gwent young person’s service.
Please contact us directly or speak to your support worker to arrange a face to face appointment with us or an informal chat over the telephone (we are available week days, evenings and some weekends and will come to where you access services).
You can do this in a number of ways:
- By calling 0333 3202751
- By emailing N-Gage on GwentN-Gage@drugaidcymru.com
If you want more information before speaking to us, why not have a look at our Gwent young person’s leaflet below which may answer some of your initial questions. Either way, we are really looking forward to hearing from you to explain what we have planned for young people in Gwent and to ask you to help us set this project up from the start.
If you have any general enquiries about our projects, send us a message via the form below.
Thanks to everyone who took part in our naming survey.
Watch our new YP video explaining more about the service.
So, what does this mean for you?
FOR YOUNG PEOPLE AND THEIR FAMILIES:
- One to one specialist support for young people who use substances, and for their loved ones
- One to one specialist support for young people using substances who have mental health problems
- Work with families to help them to understand, respond to and cope with the substance use of their young family members
- Workshops and awareness-raising sessions in schools and community venues
- Focused detached work with young people in the community
- Peer education and accredited training for young people
Three levels of free training,
- Substance use awareness;
- Screening for young people’s substance use and
- Responding to and working with young people who use substances
- Substance use and adolescent development
- New Psychoactive Substances