How to use the Service Finder
The service finder only searches for active DISC projects. It will provide a description of those projects, referral information, downloads (if available) and contact information. The service finder can be used to search for active DISC projects in 3 very different ways, which are:
- Geographical Area
- Area of Work
- Project Search
Which ever type of search that you use it may bring back more than one instance of the same project within the same search result. This doesn't mean that the service finder is broken. Many of DISC's projects operate different types of work under the same project name. For example, a project carrying out adult drug treatment could also offer mental health services, sexual health advice and housing support.
DISC include multiple search results to help you find the project information you need in the right area of work you need as quickly as possible.
Searching for DISC services within a specific geographical area will return a list of projects that DISC operate within that geographical area.
Area of Work
If you know what area of DISC's work you need more information on, this search will return a list of projects that DISC operate within that area of work you specified in your search.
If you know the name of the project you need information on use this search facility. If we can't find an exact match we'll will provide you a list of closest matches we can find. If this search doesn't work for you please try either a geographical search or area of work search.