Based in (M12 6FX). Covering Ardwick, Woodhouse Park, Baguley, Bradford, Whalley Range, Brooklands, Withington, Ancoats and Clayton, Chorlton Park, City Centre, Crumpsall, Didsbury East, Burnage, Charlestown, Cheetham, Chorlton, Gorton South, Gorton North, Fallowfield, Didsbury West, Levenshulme, Hulme, Higher Blackley, Harpurhey, Moston, Moss Side, Miles Platting and Newton Heath, Longsight, Sharston, Rusholme, Old Moat, Northenden Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday 9am - 5pm Thursdays 9am - 7pm
A citywide service for children, young people and families affected by substance misuse issues.
The Treatment Team work with young people under
19 years who are using or at risk of using drugs and alcohol.
The Family Team work with children affected by parental substance misuse and their parents to promote resilience and family unity.
Lifeline Eclypse provide access to treatment (drugs/alcohol) and offer holistic support to children, young people and families. Support can include
smoking cessation, sexual health advice, managing debt, stress and anxiety management, improving self-esteem and lots more.
Lifeline Eclypse also offer complimentary therapies like acupuncture, massage and reflexology to help manage stress, anxiety and cravings.
Lifeline Eclypse offer groupwork programmes and can deliver bespoke professional training.
Office opening times are Monday - Friday 9:00am - 5pm with evening appointments and out of hours work as required.
Telephone: 0161 273 6686
- Sarah Ringwood
- 0161 273 6686
- Name of venue
- Lifeline Eclypse
- Venue address
73 Ardwick Green North
- M12 6FX
- Additional Notes
Opposite Ardwick Green park and near to the Manchester Apollo.
Buses stop near the Tesco Garage and run from Manchester Piccadilly.
- Date & Time Information
- Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday 9am - 5pm Thursdays 9am - 7pm
- Time of day
- Session Information
9am to 5pm and late night as required
- Referral required?
- Referral and availability notes
ALL REFERRALS ARE TAKEN OVER THE TELEPHONE AND ANYONE CAN MAKE A REFERRAL.
TREATMENT TEAM: All referrals must be consented to by young people.
Ambivelent young people can be offered a 'screening' appointment so service provision can be explained before they decide on whether they want a full referral.
Practitioners will work with multi agency partners to support them to deliver harm reduction information and advice to young people who refuse to engage with the team.
FAMILY TEAM: All referrals must have parent/ carer consent.
- Age Range
to 19 years