01706 860247

What we do

We can support people short term or long term it is entirely their choice.

We support people through empowering them to take control of their own lives by making positive choices instead of repeating old behaviours.

How do we do this?

  • We assess people to be able to meet their specific needs
  • We provide 1-1 Sessions
  • We have group therapy sessions
  • We provide holistic therapies
  • We provide counselling
  • We have a drop in common room where people can socialise in a safe environment free from substances where we provide refreshments
  • We have groups based on fun and enjoyment without the needs for substances
  • We work with other agencies allowing people to have a holistic support network to meet many of their needs

We have supported people to be substance free and helped to empower them to live a meaningful life free from addiction

How can you help? —- Sponsorship and donations

We are a registered charity and we can only continue to do what we do through donations and external funding. 

Funding for 2017/2018 – we currently receive a grant from the local council and funding from The Henry Smith Charity.  However, this does not cover all of the costs for running our charity and we actively seek donations and sponsorship from local companies, organisations, people and philanthropists. 

High Level has helped thousands of people in recovery from substance and other addictions since we registered as a charity in July 2002 and we still want to be able to do this on a long term basis.  If you think you can help fund us please contact us on 01706 860247 or email us info@hlnt.org.uk.

Support High Level (Northern) Trust and help you community in the following ways:-

Just some of the benefits for individuals who remain substance free:-

  • Allows people to develop life skills and strategies to improve their lives.
  • Increases health and access to health care service.
  • Increases life expectancy.
  • Enables families to work together to find positive ways forwards.
  • Parents and children reunited.
  • Relieves social isolation and loneliness
  • Allows people to contribute to society
  • Allows people to become motivated to find employment
  • Allows people to become motivated to enter into education

Just some of the benefits for society of supporting people to be substance and addiction free:-

  • Reduces crime rates
  • Reduces doctors waiting lists
  • Reduces homelessness
  • Reduces emergency admissions at hospitals
  • Reduces anti-social behaviour
  • Reduces pressure on the police force