Surrey County Council (Public Health) and Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (SABP) are consulting people about changes to drug and alcohol detoxification services for adults, including community and inpatient provision.
From 1 July 2018, changes to how drug and alcohol detoxification will be provided in Surrey will be implemented. Inpatient services will be moved out of the current facility (Windmill House) and will provide a greater range of treatment options in the community. Access to inpatient services if required will be offered out of county.
Public Health and SABP want to make sure Surrey residents have access to high quality, evidence based care and support which considers both individual care and assessment needs and people’s personal wishes and aspirations.
The aim of this consultation is to ensure anyone who could be affected by the changes we are proposing has the opportunity to review them and input to their development.
This document will explain the background to the transformation of drug and alcohol detoxification in Surrey and why transformation of detoxification services in Surrey is happening now.
There are many ways you can provide feedback, these are listed in Section 7 of the document. Surrey County Council (Public Health) and SABP value your views and suggestions, which will be used to further develop Surrey’s substance misuse treatment services.
Please click here for FAQs on the Public Consultation Document