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Rehabilitation: Lincolnshire

Volume 496: debated on Wednesday 15 July 2009

To ask the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families pursuant to the answer of 12 June 2009, Official Report, columns 1069-70W, and 1434W, on rehabilitation: Lincolnshire, where the 35 residential places are located. (284146)

The available beds, along with details of the support offered, are set out in the following table. These places represent only a small part of residential provision that can be accessed for young people with complex needs, where substance misuse is one factor. Local authority commissioners also meet young people's needs through a combination of fostering or children's home placements and specialist substance misuse community based services. This will often allow young people to be supported in an environment closer to their own community.

Number of beds



Description of support offered



Middlegate Lodge

Registered Children's Home. Offers residential placement with an emphasis on detox and rehabilitation. Additional education and other services are also provided.




Registered Children's Home. Combines mental health and substance misuse services. Offers detox and rehabilitation programmes.




Registered Children's Home. Provides intensive, long-term care for young people whose complex needs are severe and include substance misuse.

16 (women only)


Clare Lodge

Secure Children's Home. Offers placements under Section 25 of the Children's Act 1989 for 10 to 17-year-olds with self-harm, substance misuse or other complex needs.