About this Recovery Place

C3 Foundation Europe provide support for anyone, anywhere, who is searching for The Sinclair Method-related information and resources – including alcohol abuse counselling, if required.  The Sinclair Method uses safe, approved and non-addictive medication to create Pharmacological Extinction of cravings for alcohol.  All counselling, resources and information are provided free of charge. Contact [email protected] or see www.c3foundationeurope.org  We are a registered charity organisation: Reg No 1168002.

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  • June 2, 2020 7:25 pm local time

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Counselling support is provided remotely via Skype.

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    Cleethorpes, UK

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Posted 1 day ago

Today begins #VolunteersWeek

To everyone who shares our posts, likes our posts, talks about The Sinclair Method, or simply visits our social media pages and website.... you are ALL the best volunteers an organisation can hope for.

Thank you! ❤️👏
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Today begins #VolunteersWeekTo everyone who shares our posts, likes our posts, talks about The Sinclair Method, or simply visits our social media pages and website.... you are ALL the best volunteers an organisation can hope for.Thank you! ❤️👏

Posted 1 week ago

Thank you to those of you supporting us via Amazon Smile!

Today, we received £18.61 from Amazon for purchases made between 1st January and 31st March - making a total of £164.57 FREE money since we joined the Amazon Smile program.

Let me put it this way: this means that Amazon have paid our website running costs for 1 full year!! 😀

To help add to that total, please do instruct Amazon to pay us a donation every single time you purchase something from them. It's free, and super easy to tell them to do this. Follow the link below.

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Thank you to those of you supporting us via Amazon Smile!Today, we received £18.61 from Amazon for purchases made between 1st January and 31st March - making a total of £164.57 FREE money since we joined the Amazon Smile program.Let me put it this way:  this means that Amazon have paid our website running costs for 1 full year!!  😀To help add to that total, please do instruct Amazon to pay us a donation every single time you purchase something from them.  Its free, and super easy to tell them to do this.  Follow the link below.https://smile.amazon.co.uk/ch/1168002-0

Posted 1 week ago

Compare the MerseyCare leaflet with the guidance in the Bristol area, the Avon & Wiltshire area, and even the NHS Choices website.....

All indicate that naltrexone can be used by someone still drinking, to help reduce or limit what they drink. The branded version, Adepend, is even licensed to be prescribed to those still drinking!

There is too much inconsistency within different NHS areas.
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Compare the MerseyCare leaflet with the guidance in the Bristol area, the Avon & Wiltshire area, and even the NHS Choices website.....All indicate that naltrexone can be used by someone still drinking, to help reduce or limit what they drink. The branded version, Adepend, is even licensed to be prescribed to those still drinking!There is too much inconsistency within different NHS areas.Image attachmentImage attachment

Posted 1 week ago

This, from a patient leaflet about naltrexone from the Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust - a trust that serves 11 million people in providing both in-patient and community services for addiction in the Merseyside area.

So disappointing that this outdated information on naltrexone and drinking is included. 😔
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This, from a patient leaflet about naltrexone from the Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust - a trust that serves 11 million people in providing both in-patient and community services for addiction in the Merseyside area.So disappointing that this outdated information on naltrexone and drinking is included.  😔

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Unbelievable but sadly true and not just with naltrexone either.Aren't NHS guidelines derived from what N.I.C.E says though?

This makes me mad. They need to update info rather than leaving it outdated.

Posted 2 weeks ago

A little reminder: If you are in the UK and have been referred to a specialist alcohol recovery service that has been commissioned by the NHS to provide alcohol recovery services in your area, then they are expected to follow the most current guidelines for providing treatment on the NHS.

Refusing you treatment and/or support because your immediate goal might not be abstinence is against those current guidelines.

A written complaint to the service manager in the first instance, quoting this section of NICE guidance CG115 should soon see a u-turn from them. It's difficult to argue with facts!

www.nice.org.uk/guidance/cg115

''Local commissioners and providers of healthcare have a responsibility to enable the guideline to be applied when individual professionals and people using services wish to use it. They should do so in the context of local and national priorities for funding and developing services, and in light of their duties to have due regard to the need to eliminate unlawful discrimination, to advance equality of opportunity and to reduce health inequalities. ''
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A little reminder:  If you are in the UK and have been referred to a specialist alcohol recovery service that has been commissioned by the NHS to provide alcohol recovery services in your area, then they are expected to follow the most current guidelines for providing treatment on the NHS.Refusing you treatment and/or support because your immediate goal might not be abstinence is against those current guidelines.A written complaint to the service manager in the first instance, quoting this section of NICE guidance CG115 should soon see a u-turn from them.  Its difficult to argue with facts!https://www.nice.org.uk/guidance/cg115Local commissioners and providers of healthcare have a responsibility to enable the guideline to be applied when individual professionals and people using services wish to use it. They should do so in the context of local and national priorities for funding and developing services, and in light of their duties to have due regard to the need to eliminate unlawful discrimination, to advance equality of opportunity and to reduce health inequalities.

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Thank you for the advice.It's such a shame that the current NHS guidelines fail to recognise the latest evidenced based method of treating AUD.