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Organisation

Crew 2000

Details
Crew 2000 support services are all free, and focused around giving treatments and support for people wanting to address their drug use. We provide group acupuncture twice a week which helps reduce cravings and gives your body a chance to relax and heal. We also provide individual Reiki sessions which promote emotional healing, and can also assist with recovery and relaxation.

Tell me more about drug counselling?

Here at crew we have dedicated drug counselling team who provide weekly hour long support sessions over a 20 week period. This is a space where you can freely explore your drug use with an experienced practitioner who is not involved in your day-to-day life. This may give you the chance to make both big and small changes regarding your drug use and your lifestyle. It's a place where you can talk about difficult issues which have been troubling for sometime, safe in the knowledge that you will be met in a non judgmental way.

What's it like?

The counselling we offer is "Person-Centred" counselling, this means that it is led by your individual needs and takes place at your pace. There can be goal setting and to help achieve your ambitions. By meeting regularly in a confidential environment, you'll have the space to explore the ups and downs, hopes and fears, and potentially develop a greater capacity to cope with the challenges of life.

How to get an appointment?

Just give us a call or email us.
Ages
26 - 29, 30 - 34, 35 - 39, 40 - 44, 45 - 49, 17 - 25, 13 - 16
Days and Times
Monday 1pm - 5pm
Tuesday 1pm - 5pm
Wednesday 1pm - 5pm
Thursday 3pm - 7pm
Friday 1pm - 5pm
Saturday 1pm - 5pm
Sunday
Venue
32 - 32A Cockburn Street
EDINBURGH
EH1 1PB

Localities
North East  North West  South East  South West 
Contact Details
Contact Person:
Contact Telephone: 0131 220 3404
Contact Email: admin@crew2000.org.uk
Website:
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This record was last modified on: 18 February 2016