Our Centre

White Oaks provides a peaceful therapeutic environment where addicts and their families may safely confront the impact addiction is having on their lives and find a spiritual way to develop the skills within themselves to turn their lives around.

The Centre is purpose built and is nestled in the tranquil Donegal Hills about half a mile from Derry City. The site also includes the IOSAS Centre and the Celtic Prayer Garden which contribute to the wholly unique spiritual aspect of the Centre.

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Our Staff

All staff at White Oaks Addiction Centre work towards fostering an atmosphere of respect, concern and care, emphasising the importance of personal growth and spirituality in the shared search for a new life, free from active addiction.

White Oaks nursing and auxillary staff are professionally trained and accredited and work as part of a team to ensure that client's receive the best treatment programme and service possible.

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CHKS Accreditation 2014 - Success Once Again !

The international healthcare accreditation body, CHKS, informed White Oaks that after the recent inspection the Centre has been awarded accreditation once again and that all the "A" criteria were met. The primary objective of accreditation is to help health care organisations to improve their management and operational systems and demonstrate their capability of providing quality services relating to legal and professional requirements, safety of patients, staff and visitors, patients' rights and accepted sound organisational practice in health care.

This award is confirmation of the commitment by all involved at White Oaks to continue to operate to the best standards and to offer a service that is accountable and transparent to the wider community. Congratulations to all who continue to help us to create this professional and caring environment.

 

 

 


White Oaks Service has recently been accredited by the UK based International Accrediting Organisation, CASPE, Healthcare, Knowledge System (CHKS). Commendations from the final accreditation survey team included:

"The organisation should be commended for it's clear commitment to holistic,patient centred care. The service is to be commended for the achievements it has made to ensure that they provide a spiritual service that encompases all faiths and cultures."