What if I am unhappy with the package of support put together for me?

Question:
What if I am unhappy with the package of support put together for me?
Answer:

Once you have been assessed you will be assigned to a care co-ordinator (BAT Worker) who will oversee your recovery journey. This may be the individual that assessed you or it could be another member of the team. If you are unhappy with the package of support, please speak to your care co-ordinator (at the BAT).

They will listen to why you are unhappy and will change your recovery plan accordingly or explain why this plan has been put together for you. As your recovery plan will depend on your support needs, you may feel it is different to what you feel you would like.

If you are still unhappy with the decisions made about your package, please speak to BADSUF (Bournemouth Alcohol and Drug Service User Forum). BADSUF can provide an advocacy worker that will meet with you and your assessor to discuss any problems / issues. They will offer help, advice and work with you to try and resolve any conflicts.