FOCUS Counselling Services
Tel: (441) 296-2196 • 735-1292
Website: www.focus.bm – online counselling
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 338 Crawl, Hamilton Parish CRO1
Programme Description: FOCUS Clubhouse: This facility provides a safe, drug-free haven for persons who may still be in the active stage of their addiction but want to avoid drug use, and the associated illicit activities that may be created by their drug use. Clubhouse activities are designed to motivate clients toward treatment and include devotions, discussion groups, daily news, 12-step meetings and meals. Drug use and it's various related activities are not tolerated on the premises.
Funding: FOCUS receives a portion of its operating cost via a DNDC grant.
Salvation Army Harbour Light
Tel : (441) 292-2586
Mailing Address: 44 King Street , Hamilton HM 12
Program Description: The Salvation Army Harbour Light programme, motivated by the Christian philosophy of love for God, provides an environment where male residents aged 18–65 can find support, understanding, guidance and healing. The Salvation Army recognizes the need to minister to the 'whole person', therefore our purpose is not to make Salvationists of the residents but to acquaint them with their spiritual needs. On completion of the programme, clients will be ready to be reintegrated into society, continue to develop healthy lifestyles, acquire the moral and spiritual principles
Funding: Harbour Light is funded in part by the Salvation Army and by a grant via the Department for National Drug Control.
Salvation Army Community Life Skills Recovery Programme
Tel: (441) 296-4353
Programme Description: The Community LifeSkills Recovery programme understands that life- skills training is an important treatment modality in helping clients become productive citizens. It offers services in a holistic approach to males and females, aged 18–65. Referrals to the programme can be made from inpatient or outpatient treatment services. The Community Life Skills programme accepts clients from various stages of recovery who are in need of life-skills training or relapse prevention counseling. Referral sources include treatment agencies, court services, prison, and churches.
Funding: The Community Life Skills Recovery programme is funded in part by the Salvation Army and partly by a grant via the Department for National Drug Control.