Abstinence & Treatment based supported housing project 

Anyone over the age of 18 is eligible for the Jatis project, along with the below criteria. 

Anyone over the age of 18 is eligible for the Jatis project, along with the below criteria. 


On admission new residents will be introduced to the work of the Project. House rules and the general timetable will be explained. 
New residents will be expected, and assisted, to register with the local GP practice unless they are currently registered with their own local GP in the area. 
The resident will then be shown around the Project and introduced to the staff on duty and existing residents. The individual members of the house Community will act as buddies to the new resident. 
The following are accepted: 
Orders of residence 
Clients under Drug Rehabilitation Requirements (DRR’s) 
Clients under other community orders 
Criminal justice referrals 
Child Care options 
Staff can facilitate children contact through appropriate agencies 
Each resident will be required to complete a urine drug screen and an alcohol breath test upon admission. Samples for screening may be requested randomly at any time during the resident’s stay. Screening may be requested to establish existing drug or alcohol use, other health matters, or as a result of concerns about the safety and security of the Project. Refusal to supply a sample may lead to the discharge of the resident. 


In all cases a new resident will be allocated a key worker, who will be the responsible practitioner expected to oversee the support plan for the individual resident and provide the majority of their one-to-one interventions. All residents are expected to engage in weekly one to one support sessions with their key worker. 


A clear written support plan will be developed with the resident within the first two days of admission, taking account of the original goals outlined at referral. Every resident will receive a copy of their support plan. The support plan will list the goals and interventions in relation to that resident’s stay and, subject to review, indicate any longer-term needs or goals that may need to be addressed. 
It will take account of: 
Any medical interventions. 
In-depth review of the resident’s previous life experiences and the connection with their current drug (and alcohol) related problems. 
The recovery process. 
Engagement with the mutual aid community 
Practical issues which may need resolution, such as welfare benefits, making contact with family and relevant professionals.. 

Courses & Activities 

Endeavour House - The Learning Exchange 
Positive People - Personal development – help to build confidence, health and well-being 
NHS/Walnut Lodge - Activities - Dynamic Adventures 
TARGET Group - Peer Led Aftercare 
Eat That Frog - Education provision 
Learn Direct - Online education provision 
South Devon College - Education provision 
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