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One Recovery Bury

Led by Addiction Dependency Solutions (ADS), One Recovery is an innovative substance misuse partnership, bringing organisations together to offer the best service for our clients.

Our workers are trained to treat your primary addiction whilst considering the whole spectrum of your life, ensuring whole person care is available for all.

Address:
Humphrey House, 4 Angouleme Way, Bury, BL9 0EQ
Umbrella org:
ADS
Area serviced:
Bury residents
Telephone:
0161 253 6488
Sector:
Public

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