Parkland Place is operated by Adferiad, a user and carer-led organisation which provides a broad range of individualised services for people with life challenges including mental health problems, substance misuse issues, and co-occuring and complex needs. Adferiad Recovery has been commissioned by GambleAware to provide residential rehabilitation for adults presenting with gambling disorder and complexities, specifically co-morbid alcohol and/or substance use disorder.
The mission is finding and sustaining recovery from harmful behaviors. We provide specialised inpatient care to combat both alcohol, substance misuse and gambling addiction. Throughout this process you will receive a tailored and bespoke package of care which allows individuals to set goals, identify potential barriers, build recovery capital, personal resilience and resourcefulness.
Throughout the process you receive a comprehensive assessment to identify your needs and a specific treatment plan will be tailored to you.
The most effective option for treating co-occurring gambling and addiction is to address addictions at the same time rather than treating them as separate problems. Treating substance sisuse without addressing the co-occurring gambling problem increases the chances of returning to harmful behaviors when leaving treatment.
We operate and support the “no wrong door” philosophy, applying these principles across the program.
You will receive a comprehensive assessment prior to admission establishing each of your needs whilst engaging through the pathway. This will be personal and tailored to you.
Length of stay will be based on a clinical assessment of need, and therefore ranges, depending on issues identified in the assessment process. There is no ‘one size fits all’ provision, each care and treatment plan will be developed in partnership with the patient and is responsive to their changing needs. However, we estimate an average stay across all our partnership of 9 weeks.