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Ley Community – Therapeutic Programme

About this service

The Ley Community is a Therapeutic Community recovery model of intervention. The main therapeutic intervention programme is known as Phase One which lasts up to 26 weeks. There is also the possibility of moving into our Aftercare Phase Two which is 12 weeks, where you can experience a range of voluntary work placements before securing full-time employment in Oxford and moving out into independent living supported by our Aftercare team. The programme will get you to look at your attitudes and behaviours, and, as a Therapeutic Community, living and working with others will help support you to do this.

We accept referrals from across the UK and provide an abstinence-based, peer driven and self-help residential rehabilitation recovery programme. It is a mutual self-help programme that assists people to help themselves and others. We also provide a 28 day community drug detoxification facility. After treatment, you will be linked in to our recovery community.

We do not accept Schedule 1 offenders, where the offence was of a sexual nature or against a minor, or accept people who have recent convictions for arson (endangering life). Service users may be excluded if the results of a professional risk assessment conclude that they pose a serious risk to staff, other service users and/or members of the public.

Limited wheelchair access, one fully accessible bedroom available

Referral (how to access this service)

Referrals should ideally be made through a key worker, alcohol and drug team, criminal justice or other agencies involved in your care and support plan. Self referrals are available but funding must be in place before treatment starts.

If self referring, charges will apply. Please see website or contact us for further information.

Catchment (areas they serve)



Sandy Croft, 26 Sandy Lane, Kidlington, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX5 1PB
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24 Hours

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What to do in an emergency

If you or someone else needs urgent help after taking drugs or drinking, call 999 for an ambulance. Tell the crew everything you know. It could save their life.

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