High Park Residential Rehabilitation Programme

This is a 14-week fully residential programme. The aims and objectives are to offer clients a period of residential rehabilitation treatment in a drug and alcohol-free environment.

The 13-bed High Park residential rehabilitation programme seeks to accept service users who might not otherwise engage in drug-free treatment such as prisoners, homeless and female drug users. The emphasis is on assisting service users to gain insight into the issues that underpin their drug use and developing realistic measures to prevent relapse and remain drug- free. The programme offers individual care plans, one-to- one counselling, group therapy, psychoeducational groups, fitness-gym activities, outdoor pursuits,  and recreational activities. Our High Park facility also offers weekly NA meetings.

Frequently Asked Questions

 

 

What are the contact details of the High Park Rehabilitation Programme? 

Para referencias y más información por favor llame 01 837 7883 o correo electrónico info.highpark@mqi.ie

How do I apply for the High Park Rehab Programme?

You can self-refer by contacting High Park by email or phone. Details above. A referral can also be made through another agency on your behalf. At this stage our staff will ask you to share basic information about yourself and the nature of your addiction.  After the initial contact, we will aim to complete a detailed assessment interview within two weeks.

At the assessment interview, our staff will explore your care needs to make sure High Park is the best option for you at this time. The interview is also used to confirm that you meet our admission criteria. At this point we may need to request additional reports to support your application. These reports could be from your doctor, counsellor, key worker or probation officer and we require them to help put the best possible care plan in place for you.

You will be fully informed of the process your consent required before doing so.

Where will my assessment be done?

Assessments are done in High Park for  individuals applying from the community.

Can I access High Park from prison?

Attendance is subject to additional criteria such as being granted permission to attend by the courts/prison service but MQI welcomes referrals form people in prison who feel they would like to address their substance misuse. The first step is linking in with  the prison counsellors, who will fill in the appropriate forms, including doing the assessment.

¿Cuánto tiempo estaré esperando una cama?

Once we’ve reviewed the reports and if you meet the admission criteria and agree to maintain weekly contact with the staff at High Park, you will be moved to our ‘ready for admission’ waiting list. The time you spend on this waiting list depends on bed availability and the amount of people on the waiting list ahead of you when you apply.  Some people will access the service within a matter of weeks while others could have to wait several months.  We would keep you informed of progress and expected time frame n weekly basis on your weekly check in.

Is there any support while I am waiting for a place?

High Park runs a weekly pre-entry group for those that want to avail of  it. We encourage anyone on our waiting list to continue linking in with existing services where appropriate.

What are the Admission Criteria?

  • Los clientes deben ser mayores de 18 años.
  • Clients must be give clean urine to verify drug free.  . The service advises clients who use cannabis to reduce their cannabis consumption in the weeks preceding admission. Exact goals will be set around this at assessment. However, given the length of time that it takes cannabis to leave the system, a positive urine result will not prevent a client from being admitted to the unit.
  • The client’s GP and/or psychiatrist may need to provide up-to-date reports for clients presenting with complex mental health / medical conditions, including histories of self-harm and suicide ideation/attempts. Where necessary Probation officers / Solicitors will be asked have provided information on previous / pending court cases and convictions for arson, weapons, sexual and violent offences.

Do I have to pay for the High Park  Residential Programme?

Se solicita a todos los clientes que contribuyan con un máximo de 100 € por semana al costo de la rehabilitación. La imposibilidad de pagar una contribución no le prohibirá asistir al programa.

¿Tendré mi propia habitación?

Sí, a cada cliente se le dará su propia habitación. La ropa de cama y las toallas están incluidas, pero si lo prefiere, puede traer las suyas.

¿Puedo llamar por teléfono a amigos y familiares mientras estoy en el programa?

Yes, a ten minute or two 5 minute calls can be made each evening  following admission.  Clients do not receive personal calls or have mobile phones, however there is no limit on the number of letters you can write or receive while on the programme.

Can I use my laptop or game systems?

No, these are not allowed in High Park.

Can I listen to music?

Yes, residents can bring in ipod/mp3 and  listen to music in their room in the evenings. However, out of respect for one another   you are asked to bring in head phones and only use with the headphones.

¿Pueden las personas visitarme durante el programa?

Yes, you can receive visits from your children on Wednesdays and Sundays following admission.  Other family members or friends, not caught up in addiction can visit once you leave the induction stage which is after four weeks.

¿Tengo que dejar de fumar?

No, that is not part of the criteria to enter this programme.

Can I leave High Park unaccompanied at any stage during the programme?

Yes.  As part of your care planning process you will set plans  for weekly outings which you can take from your ninth week. This is seen as an important part of your programme.

MQI High Park Residential Rehabilitation Centre

High Park, Drumcondra, Dublin 9

Teléfono 01 837 7883

Email: info.highpark@mqi.ie

 

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