DISC are passionate about addressing health inequalities. We work in partnership with commissioners, the NHS, Public Health and the voluntary sector to deliver high quality services to vulnerable and excluded groups.
We believe in being fair and respectful to all and in applying rigorous quality standards.
DISC’s Clinical department formed as a result of the merger between DISC and St Martins Healthcare Services CIC (SMHS), a community interest company which was formed from St Martin’s Practice, a long established, experienced Primary care and Specialist Community Drug and Alcohol Services provider in Leeds. This link with an NHS provider remains important to us and we continue to work closely with our primary and secondary colleagues.
We now deliver Community Substance Misuse Medical Services to the populations of Leeds, Calderdale, Barnsley, Tameside and Bolton including community detoxification and wider healthcare services.
Clinical guidance issued during current Lofexidine shortage
DISC and CGL have agreed on the following options for management of opioid withdrawal in their services across the country. Please click link below.