Here at ANA Treatment Centres we realise that this is a confusing and taxing time for everyone, but we want to assure people that we are still operating and have procedures in hand to minimise risk, while still providing the same expert, caring service we always have.

We are still open

We continue to offer the same high standard of treatment during the Coronavirus outbreak that we have been offering our clients for almost 22 years.

Key protective measures in relation to coronavirus

We have put in place measures to ensure that the risks to our clients and staff relating to Covid-19 are very well managed and mitigated.   Under the guidance and support of our Clinical Lead here at ANA, Dr John Price,  we are carefully and skilfully managing the virus in line with the government’s latest advice.

We have had to pause all non-essential visits to the Fleming House and Lyle House sites and are screening all visitors and clients pre-admission – as well as on admission. All clients are being admitted into a single room for the first 14 days of their treatment. In addition, we have adapted our treatment programme to prevent the spread of the virus to safeguard the health and well-being of all our clients, staff and visitors.

Families, Carers and Loved Ones

Our commitment to working with families, which has always been a vital part of our treatment programme at ANA, remains undiminished – despite the coronavirus outbreak. Our admissions team, led by Sharon Sutherland & Sean Welling, will discuss all aspects of our family work as part of the assessment process.

Whilst family members will no longer be allowed on-site, other than in exceptional circumstances authorised by a member of staff, we are putting measures in place to ensure that all our clients are able to stay in touch with their loved ones throughout their stay in treatment via social media.  We are also issuing family information packs to all family, carers and loved ones.

If you want to know more about how we can help you or your loved ones, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.