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I’m worried about someone else

If you’re worried about a friend, or a member of your family who is showing signs of dependency, or an unhealthy relationship with drugs, and alcohol, we’re here to give you support and guidance on the services available, and, how to manage and approach the situation to make sure the end outcome is a positive one.

I need advice for me

If you’ve recognised, within yourself that your relationship with alcohol or drugs has drifted the wrong side of healthy, we’re here to help you start taking the first steps to your recovery.

Not everyone needs admitting to rehabilitation, but we can help you to understand your choices and get you back on track.

I need help now

If you or someone you care about needs urgent help now, you can:
Call your GP and ask for an emergency appointment
Call NHS 111
Contact your mental health crisis team (if you have one)
Call Samaritans free on 116 123 or email jo@samaritans.org
If you are in a life threatening situation right now please call 999

Information for medical professionals

We work with lots of local, and regional professionals, across a range of sectors to aid in diagnosis, treatment and recovery of those who are, or have been abusing substances.

Speak with our team, to understand how we can support and guide you in getting help for those in your care, who need it. 

Still not sure where to start? Check out our FAQs or please get in touch.

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I need help now

If you or someone you care about needs urgent help now, you can:
Call your GP and ask for an emergency appointment
Call NHS 111
Contact your mental health crisis team (if you have one)
Call Samaritans free on 116 123 or email jo@samaritans.org
If you are in a life threatening situation right now please call 999