Spectrum Community Health CIC
Spectrum Community Health CIC provides high quality, specialist advice, care and treatment for substance and alcohol misuse, sexual health and offender health and wellbeing on behalf of the NHS. As a social enterprise contributing to the welfare of the community is at the very heart of what we do and any profits we make are reinvested towards achieving that purpose.
Our substance and alcohol misuse services help individuals with substance misuse problems to make positive changes to maximise their health, wellbeing and recovery.
Our specialist teams provide clients and their families with access to a wide array of discreet and flexible support. Ultimately our aim is to help people who misuse drugs or alcohol to gain education, employment and extend their contribution to their families and the wider community.
We deliver our services professionally with respect and dignity. You can be assured of this because we are regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). That’s the same body that ensures the quality of services delivered by the NHS nationwide.
We listen to our clients, respond to their needs and develop and improve services based on their feedback.
Our aim is to empower our clients, push the boundaries and challenge stigma and exclusion in our communities. Our clients are often vulnerable adults and young people and we aspire to help them achieve the best health and wellbeing, setting individuals, families, carers and communities on the road to recovery.
You can find out more about each of the services we provide by clicking on the links to the left of this page.