A – Whilst we do not expect you to be substance free at your assessment, we will rearrange the appointment if we deem your level of intoxication to be extreme. However, all new residents must be alcohol free upon admittance to the program. Dependent upon which substance and quantities, individuals maybe admitted to do their withdrawal in Studio, this will be discussed during assessments. Drug and alcohol testing will be done upon arrival.
A – Your place at Studio House can be funded in a variety of ways. Usually it is covered by your benefits. All benefits (Housing, ESA, DLA, PIP etc) are paid directly to Studio House and residents are given an allowance each week for essentials. Alternatively a place can be privately funded, please call us on 0115 9704245 for current rates.
A – This obviously varies from week to to week. Very occasionally we will have immediate bed availability, at other times there maybe a several months wait, if this is the case you would be invited attend the pre-admissions group during your wait.
A – The program usually takes between 9 and 12 months to complete. Please see ‘Life @ Studio’ for more details.
A – No, however we do attend 12 step support groups as a house and ‘An introduction to the 12 Steps’ is ran as a group within our collective holistic program. Please see ‘Life @ Studio’ for more details and timetable example..
A – No, we work closely with CJIT, probation office, courts, social services and solicitors to ensure any outstanding matters are dealt with in a manner which does not disrupt your program unduly.
A – Within their first few weeks at Studio, all residents are registered with the local Doctors, Dentist and Opticians, initial appointments for these are made through the resident Induction Co-ordinator.
A – Easily accessible from Nottingham town centre on NTC buses 68, 69, 70,71. Wilkinson Street Tram station is only a short walk away.