I Need Help

Are you are a woman that is struggling with addiction and feels as though life is out of control? Talk to us and consider joining our programme. I

I Need HELP

Our programme involves weekly one to one support that runs along alongside our weekly group work. We work alongside other specialist providers and are able to provide a safe place for women where they are treated as individuals and their needs are addressed holistically.

Our women only addiction service could help you
Our women only addiction service could help you

The genesis process

The Genesis process helps someone to understand what’s broken and how to fix it, both from a biblical and a neurochemical perspective.

What does this mean?

The Genesis process looks at the chemical changes in the brain that lead to relapse and helps someone know how to recognise them early on and prevent them.
It also look at sicknesses of the heart and takes a Christian spiritual route to healing. The process runs through one to one mentoring and also weekly group work.

Recovery is also a community affair. It is not something that we can do alone and Genesis is not meant to be worked in isolation.

The Genesis mentors will help the client identify what support networks she has around her and if there is none, to help her begin to build that supportive community.
It could be through things like 12 step groups, church groups, mental health groups, all which can act a bit like scaffolding while she is rebuilding from the inside out. Those networks can help her to feel safe and keep an eye out for her blind spots.

Would you like to get some support and join our programme?

To find out more, please give us a call, send us an email or use the contact form. Our number is 07518032245 or email info@thewaterfall.org.uk

If after chatting with us, you like the sound of the Waterfall programme, we will ask you some questions. We want to get to know you better, help you identify some goals and complete a Members Agreement. This agreement lets you know what you can expect from us and also what we need from you, in terms of behaviour and commitment.

We would expect and encourage you to start engaging with other services, alongside the Waterfall, as part of your recovery – such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) or Narcotic Anonymous (NA), a Christians Against Poverty (CAP) Release Group or other church group, groups run by Southampton Drug and Alcohol Recovery Service or a one to one therapist. If you have not yet accessed any of these services, we can help you to engage with appropriate services for you.

The video below gives a flavour of what we offer. One lady we have helped said

“I’ve been under the illusion that alcohol has been helping me to cope”.

Would you like to get some support and join our programme?

To find out more, please give us a call, send us an email or use the contact form. Our number is 07518032245 or email info@thewaterfall.org.uk

CAN THE WATERFALL HELP ME WITH MY ADDICTION/HELP ME TO CHANGE MY BEHAVIOUR?

Yes, we can. As long as you are ready to do some hard work and face reality. We can’t change your behaviour for you, but if you are ready to commit to the programme, we will be there to support and encourage you all the way and give you some tools to help you succeed.

What will you ask me if I call you?

If you call us looking for help, one of our friendly team of female support workers will ask you about you! What led you to getting in touch with us, what you are struggling with and how we can help.

Please take a look at our downloadable application form The Waterfall Application Form which will give you some idea about the initial information we will need to gather from you to help. If you want to you can complete the form and send it back to us at referrals@thewaterfall.org.uk or post it to us at:

The Waterfall Trust
PO Box 1863
Sothampton
SO19 1QN

We will then get in touch with you to follow it up. To find out more, please give us a call, send us an email or use the contact form. Our number is 07518032245 or email info@thewaterfall.org.uk.