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Find out more about Hafan Wen

Hafan Wen is a purpose-built in-patient detoxification unit, built in 1997 on the site of the Wrexham Maelor Hospital. It provides medically-managed clinical treatment support to those working towards a substance-free lifestyle.

Clinical provision is led by a consultant psychiatrist, and the service is staffed 24/7 by qualified nurses and an experienced team of support workers. The therapeutic programme, which supports clients through detoxification, is led by a cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) specialist who has developed a range of evidence-based psychosocial interventions.

Download the Hafan Wen Service User Guide

Download the Hafan Wen Statement of Purpose


Our interventions

Our interventions are intended to empower change and engage service users in the programme, whilst drawing heavily from evidence-based therapeutic principles such as:

  • cognitive behavioural therapy
  • mindfulness
  • acceptance and commitment therapy

In turn, they will help you aspire to a lifestyle of abstinence, fulfilment, and improved health and wellbeing.

 

Outcomes

The facility provides a responsive, flexible and clinically-effective service that prepares you for recovery and ensures positive outcomes are achieved.

Outcomes include:

  • completed detoxification
  • stabilisation
  • improved general wellbeing
  • increased motivation
  • improved mental health
  • improved physical health
  • improved understanding of their substance misuse
  • improved skills to prevent or manage relapse
  • improved understanding of available support networks
  • improved understanding of the process of change
  • improved confidence
  • improved awareness of the wider community and your place in it
  • improved awareness of opportunities available to you

 


Services

Detox at Hafan Wen

Detox at Hafan Wen

Our Detox Service delivers exceptional service, 24 hours a day, through a dedicated and experienced team of professional staff in a safe and secure environment.