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24/7 Helpline Service. For advice and support on substance misuse issues.
145-147St Johns stLondonLondonLondonEC1V 4PW
0800 088 66 86
ADT Healthcare is a national helpline offering assistance for people who suffer from mental health problems and drug/alcohol addiction.
07934 104 283 07742 090 608
Branches supports anyone who has been affected by someone else’s drug or alcohol use. This includes parents, partners, siblings, grandparents and friends. Coping alone is not easy, it can be stressful, hurtful, tiring and can leave us…
Richmond DriveWatfordHertfordshireWD17 3BG
01923 369 161
We are currently offering a free national helpline for anyone suffering from an addiction and needs urgent help. Our helpline team is made up of former addicts who can offer a unique perspective on substance abuse seeing as they have been…
10aUpper Wimpole StreetLondonW1G 6LL
0141 427 3491
This service helps people with a substance abuse disorder. Our professional, compassionate addiction counsellors are available 24/7 with free advice on how to find the right care. That includes the latest, evidence-based treatment…
In Middlesbrough, families who require additional help due to issues/needs that they have, such as domestic violence, mental health, substance misuse etc., can request Early Help support by contacting the First Contact Team on 01642…
Acklam RoadAcklamMiddlesbroughTS5 4EQ
01642 354550 01642 873575
We provide a GP Service supporting Recovery from Addictions.
The HubDerwent StreetNorth OrmesbyMiddlesbroughTS3 6JB
Hope North East are now running a FREE Drop in service for support with recovery from drugs and alcohol. Service users can gain help ,advice and support from recovery workers whilst enjoying social activities with others that are also in…
25(f) Copperfield StreetLondonSE1 0EN
020 7928 0848 020 401 34 77
Hope UK is a drug and alcohol education charity for children and young people, working also with parents and youth workers, giving them the skills to incorporate drug prevention into their own work with young people.
The Lions Lifeskills initiative has developed a wealth of original educational resources for those working with children and young people on personal, social, health and well-being for the classroom and youth work setting.