KIKIT Pathways to Recovery is a black minority ethnic specialist recovery focused service that provides substance misuse support and family centred interventions , we offer flexible support ranging from multilingual advice and information to culturally sensitive structured treatment programmes. KIKIT Services seek to reduce harm and promote abstinence, and to help people recover from the damaging effects of substance misuse.
To tackle Drug & Alcohol addiction within hard to reach and marginalised communities by providing culturally sensitive services to raise awareness, empower and support individuals and families.
Our Guiding Principles are to
- Be service user led
- Respond effectively to the diverse needs of substance misusers ,families and carers
- Provide a quality culturally sensitive substance misuse support service
- Provide a welcoming and accessible environment
- Ensure equality of opportunity in all its aspects
- Work in partnership with voluntary and statutory organisations
- Be a not for profit organisation
We Aim to
- Provide a culturally sensitive substance misuse support service
- To meet the needs of all people affected by addiction
- Promote health and well-being
- Provide access and choice to support
- Create opportunities to employment ,education ,training and volunteering
- Promote cultural harmony
KIKIT Pathways to Recovery front line Staff are all qualified Health & Social Care level 3 Drug & Alcohol national occupational standards practitioners.
Most of the KIKIT Pathways to Recovery Team are from the local community and started with the service as volunteers and have developed into qualified practitioners.
All staff involved with the project have a passion for working within the health and social care field.