The Kendal Centre is located in Manna House, CADAS Kendal (within Manna House), Castle Lodge, Aynam Road, Kendal, Cumbria, LA9 7DE Telephone: 01539724738
Our new and improved Centre opening hours from November 1st 2014 are:
Monday to Wednesday 09.00am to 5:00pm
Tuesday 9:00am to 8:00pm (late night opening)
Please note that all Cadas Centres will be closed to the general public on Thursday and Friday. Cadas staff are available for advice and guidance via telephone using our new number – 0300 111 4002 on Thursday and Friday.
We can arrange to call back you back at a specific time if you are concerned about confidentiality or have problems contacting us during working hours.
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Services available from Kendal Centre:
Information & Advice
The staff members from our Kendal centre can offer advice and information over the telephone, by email and in person about our services, basic drug and alcohol awareness including harm reduction information and signposting to other organisations.
One to One Support
Free and confidential structured one to one support sessions to enable community members aged 18 years and over to address their drug and/or alcohol use, to make positive changes whilst improving health and well-being.
Black Box therapy
Black box therapy promotes relaxation, sleep and supports management of cravings and withdrawal. A gentle electrical pulse is administered to key acupuncture points on the ears and hands during one to one sessions.
Parent, Carer, Family support- Staff Names and contact details
Carers and Families are often ignored because of the attention given to the person with the problem. Families attempt to keep relationships going and continue to offer support in the most difficult and sometimes distressing circumstances. Cadas is here to help, providing a free service to help families cope. Support is offered via confidential one to one sessions, support groups, workshops and alternative therapies such as guided visualisation & Black Box.
- Mobile: 07515329131
Family Communication Project
A project delivered in partnership with Brathay in Ambleside. The team deliver a series of workshops in the community including within schools and youth groups. The sessions focus on how we communicate within our families and with others about potentially tricky subjects such as alcohol and drug use and cyber bullying. Young people develop skills and knowledge about how to stay safe and are given information about where they can go for further support. They can then take part in a weekend residential along with their families where they consolidate what they have learned through group sessions and outdoor activities in the beautiful surroundings of Brathay Hall in Ambleside.
- Mobile: 07808771725
Training and Workshops
Cadas has a very strong and proven track record in providing award winning community awareness, workforce, personal development and volunteer training courses. Please contact us for further details of courses available, entry requirements and to discuss your tailored training needs and budget.
Cadas Recovery Project Volunteers
Volunteer Training. Apply today to become a Volunteer at the Cadas Kendal Centre
Project Volunteers are interested in supporting people in recovery and their families whilst contributing to and promoting visible sustainable recovery in their local communities. Project Volunteers are supportive, good listeners, compassionate, committed and reliable. Volunteers are able to work ethically, mindful of equality and diversity, safeguarding and confidentiality.
Kendal Training Dates:
10:00am til 4:30pm on each day
Day 1 – 5/10/16 Day 5 – 16/11/16
Day 2 – 19/10/16 Day 6 – 23/11/16
Day 3 – 02/11/16 Day 7 – 30/11/16
Day 4 – 09/11/16 Day 8 – 08/12/16
Please view the information leaflet and complete the application form below if you are interested
Please return completed application forms to:Cadas 52 Paradise Street Barrow in Furness Cumbria LA14 1JG