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Become an SmmGP
At Equinox we offer comprehensive,
integrated detoxification and psycho -
social services for adults who require
medically assisted withdrawal from
drugs and alcohol. This includes clients
with multiple and complex needs.
In collaboration with SLaM, we
combine two specialist teams to
provide a full range of end to end
care in the initial stages of a clients’
recovery programme. Based in a
comfortable and relaxed 26 bed
residential unit located in Central
London, Equinox Brook Drive is an
established and trusted service
provider with over 27 years’
experience in this field.
SMMGP supports good practice in substance misuse treatment
and endorses the FDAP Code of Conduct that members adhere
to. We support workforce development by providing quality CPD,
training and education to the ﬁeld and oﬀer an enhanced CDP
programme via our Premium Membership.
FDAP standard membership is available to all who work in the
ﬁeld and FDAP accreditation is available to members who submit
applications that meet set criteria. All individual FDAP members
are automatically given access to SMMGP Premium Membership.
For more information on how to join see
www.smmgp.org.uk and www.fdap.org.uk
Supporting good practice in drug and alcohol treatment,
SMMGP encourage the highest standards of practice in the
treatment of problematic use of alcohol and drugs.
To find out more call us today on 020 7820 9924
or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit us at www.equinoxcare.org.uk
FDAP is the professional body for the substance use ﬁeld and
works to help improve standards of practice across the sector.
Equinox is part of the Social Interest Group (SIG). SIG provides a range of support services for
small and medium sized charities to help them thrive. www.socialinterestgroup.org.uk
New trauma informed programme
Grace House is a women only service in North London, developed to meet the needs of women who require
abstinence-based residential substance misuse treatment in a safe and therapeutic environment.
Our brand new group programme incorporates a trauma-informed approach addressing physical and mental wellbeing
through therapeutic activities, including:
020 7916 5013
Phoenix Futures is a registered charity in England and Wales (No 284880) and in Scotland (No SCO39008)
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