Freedom of information response

Temporary closure of public rehabs during COVID-19 crisis

Publication date: 
Tuesday 16 June 2020
Request: 

Please could you please tell me the following;

The number of;

And the area name of;

Facilities in your locality, primarily categorised as 'Residential substance misuse' or service type 'Residential substance misuse treatment and/or rehabilitation service' which, between 31 January 2020 and 12 May 2020 informed you of a temporary closure/pause of service/currently unable to accept clients and/or an announcement of furlough. 

For example, your response might be;

Between 31 January 2020 and 12 May 2020, 10 facilities of the above named service type informed us of a temporary closure and/or furlough. 8 of which are located in the XXX area and 2 of which are located in XXX

Response: 

Thurrock Council does not have any registered services categorised as providing 'Residential substance misuse' or service type 'Residential substance misuse treatment and/or rehabilitation service’ within its borough.

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Request reference:
FOI 10014