About The Perry Clayman Project
We are officially authorised by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
PCP contributes to NDTMS (National Drug Treatment Monitoring
System) and our project is a listed service provider within their system.
The Perry Clayman Project was founded with the aim of helping those who are suffering with drug or alcohol misuse
At PCP we use a twelve step abstinence based program, which is combined with one to one counselling, group sessions and other complimentary therapies. Our treatment programs range from 2 - 12 weeks.
On arrival each patient is assigned a focal counsellor who creates a care plan tailored to that individuals needs. We understand that coming in to treatment can be a difficult experience and that patients can require extra support. By sympathetically monitoring their progress and regularly reviewing and adapting our program we are able to address any difficulties which may arise.
We provide a fully medicated detox for those that are physically dependant. Our Doctor is a specialist in the treatment of withdrawal who then prescribes medication which will allow patients to become abstinent with a minimum of discomfort. Then the work of repairing self esteem, dignity and self-respect can begin.
By working in this patient centred way PCP is able to help those with a drug or alcohol problem.
PCP Registration - Your assurance of quality care
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) - the UK's independent health and social care regulation body - register PCP.
Our services meet or exceed essential standards established in 2012 by the NHS for quality, safety and patient care. It is only given to voluntary organisations, private companies and local authorities that are legally accountable for meeting high standards of delivering the best in rehabilitation care.