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Location: South Wales
Working LinksWorking Links are a leading provider of services to help those in society with complex needs to progress from social exclusion to social inclusion. Working Links was established in 2000 to deliver specialist and tailored services for people with varying and often complex needs to enable them to create better futures for themselves and their communities. As a prime contractor delivering key government programmes across the UK, they work alongside funders including the Department for Work and Pensions, Ministry of Justice, Skills Funding Agency and the European Social Fund to deliver front-line public services in our communities. Their understanding and hands on experience with their customers means they are also working together to shape and develop policies to ensure they succeed for future societies. http://www.workinglinks.co.uk/
Working Links BridgendBrackla HouseBrackla StreetBridgendCF31 1BZ
Working Links CaerphilyTy Cennydd45 Castle StreetCaerphillyCF83 1NZ
Working Links Cardiff2nd Floor101 St Mary's StreetCardiffCF10 1DX
Working Links Ebbw ValeCrown BuildingCivic CentreEbbw ValeNP23 6XG
Working Links Merthyr TydfilCastle HouseGlebeland StreetMerthyr TydfilCF47 8AT
Working Links Pontypridd5th FloorPennant HouseSt Catherines CornerPontypriddCF37 2TB
Working Links Swansea2nd Floor Alexandra House1 Alexandra HouseSwanseaSA1 5ED
Location: Liverpool
Addaction Commissioned by Liverpool City Council, we run Intuitive Recovery courses across the city through our partner agencies. http://www.addaction.org.uk/ Addaction Gateway 8 Maryland Street Liverpool L1 9DE
MerseyCare NHSDART –Drug and alcohol treatment service  providing a service for individuals who require treatment for substance misuse issues.  Dart is also a prescribing service for Mersey care. http://www.merseycare.nhs.ukMerseyCare3-5 Rodney StreetLiverpoolL1 9ED
MerseyCare NHSBrook Place-Community based drug team also Providing drug testing and support for the criminal justice syste http://www.merseycare.nhs.ukOrphan DriveTuebrookLiverpoolL6 7UN
RiversideRiverside- Waves of hope – Provides intensive support and accommodation to service users who have complex needs such as addictions, mental health, homelessness and/or involvement with the criminal justice system. http://www.riverside.org.uk/corporate/our_services/care_and_support_services.aspx300 Upper Parliament StreetLiverpoolL8 7JU
The BrinkThe Brink is a alcohol free bar that sells great food and drinks.  The Brink also offers counselling and support groups to anyone effected by addiction http://www.thebrinkliverpool.comThe Brink15-21 Parr StreetLiverpoolL1 4JN
Location: Wirral
CGL - Wirral Integrated Recovery ServiceNational charity providing specialist drug and alcohol services across the Wirral http://www.cgl.org.uk/content/wirral-ways-recoveryBirkenhead Treatment & Recovery HUB23 Conway StreetWirralCH41 6PT
Location: HMP Altcourse
G4SCategory B Prison Establishment http://www.hmpaltcourse.co.uk/Brookfield DriveFazakerleyLiverpoolL9 7LH
Location: Oldham
ADS - One Recovery OldhamADS are a national charity specialising in the recovery and treatment of people with substance misuse. http://www.adsolutions.org.uk/locations/oldhamThe Gateway5 Horsedge StreetOldhamOL1 3SX
Acorn Treatment ServiceAcorn is a 12 step organisation who currently offer 2 programmes in Oldham: RAMP and DEAP. Ramp is a 12 week programme that is based around a range of subjects such as replapse prevention, aimed to help people who are working towards abstinence. DEAP is a 12 week abstinence based treatment programme for people who have achieved abstinence through detox and are looking to maintain their long term recovery.http://acornrecovery.org.uk/Brunswick HouseBrunswick SquareUnion StreetOldhamOL1 1DE
Oldham BoxingA superb service offering community based boxing and a range of services to the residents of Oldhamhttp://www.oldhamboxing.co.uk/Victoris HouseGreaves StreetOldhamOL1 1QN
Location: Bury
ADS - One Recovery BuryADS are a national charity specialising in the recovery and treatment of people with substance misuse. http://www.adsolutions.org.uk/locations/onerecoveryburyHumphrey House4 Angouleme WayBuryBL9 0EQ
Location: Trafford
Phoenix FuturesThe Recovery Abstinence Service is for adults over the age of 25, living in Trafford (or have a Trafford connection), who are abstinent from substances and require ongoing support. Our goal is to assist service users to maintain their abstinence and gain employment, training or education. http://www.phoenix-futures.org.uk/our-services/our-community-services/trafford-community-services/ Bridgewater HouseBridgewater RoadSaleM33 7EQ
Phoenix FuturesAlcohol Recovery Navigation Service.The service provides an integrated treatment pathway for anyone experiencing difficulties with alcohol. In order to navigate service users through the most appropriate and effective treatment pathway, we offer an initial appointment within one week of referral. http://www.phoenix-futures.org.uk/our-services/our-community-services/trafford-community-services/ Alchemy House7 Hampden RoadSaleM33 7UB
GMW NHS TrustNULLTraffords AIM service provided by GMW NHS Trust delivers specialist prescribing services to Trafford residents https://www.gmw.nhs.uk/aimtrafford454 Chester RoadOld TraffordManchesterM16 9HD
Location: East Cheshire
Cheshire and Wirral Partnership TrustThis specialist substance misuse service has been commissioned by Cheshire East Council and is one service provided collaboratively with a range of partners. Our expert teams are from a variety of professional backgrounds to ensure that people who access the service have the benefit of wide-ranging knowledge and skills to meet their needs at various stages of their recovery. http://www.cwp.nhs.uk/South-Catherine HouseEaton StreetCreweCW2 7EG
AcornIs a 12 step organisation who currently offer 2 programmes in East Cheshire: RAMP and DEAP. Ramp is a 12 week programme that is based around a range of subjects such as replapse prevention, aimed to help people who are working towards abstinence. DEAP is a 12 week abstinence based treatment programme for people who have achieved abstinence through detox and are looking to maintain their long term recovery. http://www.stockportdrugsandalcohol.org/treatment-services/acorn130 Mile End LnStockportSK2 6BY
Catch 22Catch22 is national charity with over 200 years’ experience of providing services that help people turn their lives around http://www.catch-22.org.uk/58-60 Timbrell AvenueCreweCW1 3LX
Emerging HorizonsA recovery oriented psycho-social platform (stepping stones) that involves a three stage model; step up, step in, step out, delivered within 1:1, pod and group settings. It is outward facing and involves peer support, mutual aid and community building http://www.emerginghorizons.org6 First AvenueCharmandeanWorthing
Expanding FuturesExpanding Futures delivers Recovery Coaching training - an Institute of Leadership & Management /City & Guilds level 3 Award in Coaching. It is open to all current and ex-service users, irrespective of the substances they use, their age or gender. The only requirement is that they must have achieved stable recovery. It provides a progression route for service users who want to coach their peers, sustain their own recovery and/or progress towards employment, since the award is highly regarded by employers across public and private sectors. http://www.expandingfutures.co.uk51 Thornton RoadWirralCH63 5PD
Changing LanesA community interest voluntary organisation that run support groups across East Cheshire. They offer both group and 1-2-1 support with qualified recovery coaches. Their aim is to build 'a recovery community’ 1 Alma MillPickford StreetMacclesfieldSK11 6LS
Location: Blackpool
ADS One RecoveryADS are a national charity specialising in the recovery and treatment of people with substance misuse. http://www.adsolutions.org.uk/ADS/Horizon45-49 Cookson StreetBlackpoolFY1 3DR
Delphi Prescribing ServicesDelphi are a national charity offering specialist prescribing services to people with substance misuse issues. http://www.delphimedical.co.uk/72 HarrowsideBlackpoolFY4 1LR
Positive Steps into WorkPositive Steps into Work provide employment support for service users http://www.blackpool.fsd.org.uk/kb5/blackpool/fsd/home.page8 Market StreetBlackpoolFY1 1ET
Location: Wakefield
Turning Point WakefieldWakefield Inspiring Recovery Service http://www.turning-point.co.uk/wakefield-adult-treatment-service.aspx3rd Floor Grosvenor House8-20 Union StreetWakefieldWF1 3AE
Location: Wolverhampton
Recovery Near You, a NACRO managed serviceRecover Near You go out of their way to help people move their lives on. They help people put their problems they have with drugs and alcohol behind them and help them to get the skills they need to find a job and rebuild their relationships. All of their assessments are free and confidential. Working in both one-to-one and group settings. The staff are fully focused on helping people improve their health and well-being. They also offer medical help to prevent blood-borne viruses and run a needle exchange scheme. http://www.recoverynearyou.org.uk5-9 Pitt StreetWolverhamptonWV3 0NF
Staffordshire and West Midlands Community Rehabilitation CompanyThe Probation Service provide probation supervision, community service, offending behaviour programmes and specialist support services, to both adult and young offenders, which aim to stop them committing further offences and to make communities safer places. The Probation Service aims to reduce the level of crime in the community and increase public safety by helping offenders stop offending, overcome substance misuse or alcohol misuse, gain employment, education and training, sort out debts and benefits, help with accommodation and to also plan for the future. http://www.swmcrc.co.uk/Prue Earle HouseUnion StreetWolverhamptonWV1 3JS
Wolverhampton Service User Involvement TeamThe project is a charity based organisation that is run and host by the Wolverhampton Voluntary Sector Council (WVSC). This puts us in a position whereby we can be completely independent to drug treatment providers, but close enough to be able to influence and impact on the way that drug treatment is delivered in our city. SUIT have been running now for over three years, and since our humble beginnings in a corner of the WVSC building with only 2 staff members one volunteer, to 3 staff and 10 volunteers with a vast array of work that not only shows off recovering drug users talents, but also helps to educate many people and organisations about some of the dangers of substance misuse and the difficulties that people face in overcoming them. We are commissioned to take on volunteers who are currently receiving drug treatment, who have received drug treatment in the last 6 months, or those who are looking to access treatment – all this within the realms of Wolverhampton.http://www.suiteam.com/16 Temple StreetWolverhamptonWV2 4AN
Location: Birmingham
Reach Out Recovery Service, CGL BirminghamNational charity providing specialist drug and alcohol services across the Birmingham http://www.cgl.org.uk/content/reach-out-recovery-birmingham4th Floor Scala House36 Holloway CircusBirminghamB1 1EQ
Location: Derbyshire
Derbyshire Recovery PartnershipDerbyshire Recovery Partnership delivers an integrated drug and alcohol service across Derbyshire. The partnerships consists of Derbyshire NHS Trust, Phoenix Futures, Derbyshire Alcohol Advisory Service and Intuitive Thinking Skills. Phone our single point of contact to arrange an assessment on 0845 308 4010 https://www.derbyshirerecoverypartnership.co.uk/Dents ChambersChesterfieldS40 1JF
Swadlincote DRPBankgate Rink DriveSwadlincoteDE11 8JL
Ripley DRPThe News7 Church StreetRipleyDE5 3BU
Ilkeston DRPErewash HouseStation RoadIlkestonDE7 5LD
Location: Richmond
CGLOur services help people to make and sustain the changes they need to reduce or stop their drug or alcohol use. We aim to empower people to identify and realise their goals throughout their recovery journey to a healthier, safer life. Our recovery team includes engagement workers, doctors, nurses, recovery workers, counsellors, volunteers and peer mentors. http://www.cgl.org.uk/content/richmond-integrated-recovery-serviceUnit 2 Ilex House94 Holly RoadTwickenhamTW1 4HF
Location: Greenwich
CGLCGL Aspire provide a service for all people in the borough accessing help for drug and alcohol treatment as well as all those who are subject to court orders within the criminal justice system. http://www.cgl.org.uk/content/greenwich-aspire821 Woolwich RoadChorltonLondonSE7 8LJ
Location: Haringey
BubicBUBIC is a community-based organisation that provides support for drug users, ex-drug users, their family and friends. The service is mainly aimed at crack users. BUBIC work in, and with, communities to encourage and support ex-users become peer mentors and advisors to help those who are addicted to drugs recognize the causes and effect of their addiction and to give them practical advice and emotional support to combat their addiction. BUBIC staff and volunteers (many of whom are ex-users) run support groups and other activities across Haringey, North London. http://www.bubic.org.uk/1st Floor9 Bruce GroveLondonN17 6RA
The Grove Drug Treatment ServiceThe Grove Drug Treatment Service is a free and confidential service. The service is run by Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health Trust, in partnership with Blenheim. The Grove also works closely with other Haringey agencies, including the Alcohol Treatment Service and the Recovery Service, so can refer on to these agencies for further support. http://www.haringey.gov.uk/social-care-and-health9 Bruce GroveTottenhamLondonN17 6RA
HAGA Action on AlcoholHaringey's primary Alcohol Treatment service, delivering support services for those effected by alcohol misuse.http://www.haga.co.uk/171 Park LaneHaringeyLondonN17 0HJ
Haringey CouncilServices and advice available to residents of Haringey, Londonhttp://www.haringey.gov.uk/social-care-and-health/health/public-health/drugs
Location: Ealing
CGLRISE offers a pathway to Recovery for adults challenged by the use of drugs or alcohol. We provide a range of community based support, treatment and aftercare services that are designed to meet your individuals needs. We offer a wide range of interventions to Ealing residents, over 18, their families and partners. We helps hundreds of people a year to successfully achieve their treatment goals, they report real improvements in their lives- physically, psychologically and in their relationships with family and friends. Our diverse approaches and treatment options to help you cut down or stop your use of drugs and alcohol include: .Drop-in service at local centres in the borough .One-to-one sessions .Outreach and community engagement. .Counselling .Targeted group work .Housing support .Mental and physical wellbeing .Advice and support for parents, carers, families .Needle exchange .Blood borne viruses and healthcare – Testing and vaccinations .Substitute prescribing .Detoxification .Crimhttp://www.cgl.org.uk/content/ealing-rise-london99 - 103 The BroadwayEalingLondonW13 9BP
EACH EalingEACH is a voluntary sector organisation established in 1991. Working with diverse communities across West London we provide specialist services to individuals and families to address their alcohol, drug, mental health and domestic violence concerns. http://www.eachcounselling.org.uk/ealingVine House1 & 2 Factory YardHanwellLondonW7 3UG
Location: Newham
CGLA CGL led full drug and alcohol recovery service delivering a range of services to support residents of Newham struggling with Drug and Alcohol issueshttp://www.cgl.org.uk/content/newham-rise-beckton-road3 Beckton RoadCanning TownLondonE16 4DE
Location: Islington
CGL ISIS Drug ServiceThe ISIS Project is a CGL community recovery service delivered with the support of Whittington Health NHS Trust. Together we are committed to supporting individuals affected by substance misuse to overcome their dependence, stay safe and healthy, and work towards recovery. We offer a range of services to meet the needs of our service users and those interested in making positive changes in their lives. If you are interested in finding out about how we can help you or someone you care about, then please pop in and see us or give us a call. The service can be accessed by coming to see us at our premises on Seven Sisters Road – our drop-in times are on the right hand side of this page - or contacting us by phone or email. We welcome referrals from professionals. http://www.cgl.org.uk/content/isis-islington99-101 Seven Sisters RoadIslingtonLondonN7 7QP
IDASSIdass is an assessment and treatment service (including referral for in-patient detox and rehabilitation) for drug and alchol users. The service also offers liaison services for local GP's, hospitals, and mental health services.592 Holloway Road London N7 6LBhttp://www.candi.nhs.uk592 Holloway RoadIslingtonLondonN7 6LB
Location: Barking & Dagenham
CGLCGL's Barking and Dagenham Substance Misuse Recovery Service provides open access support and treatment for people with drug problems. Our aim is to help you identify the impact that drugs and/or alcohol may be having on your life and to develop the motivation and confidence to make positive changes http://www.cgl.org.uk/content/barking-and-dagenham-substance-misuse-recovery-service-0Red Lion House38 George StreetBarkingIG11 8FE
The VibeGGL Subwize- young peoples substance misuse Service http://www.cgl.org.uk195-211 Becontree AvenueDegenhamRM8 2UT
Location: HMP Wormwood Scrubs
RAPTRAPT are a national charity delivering substance misuse services to inmates of HM prisons http://www.rapt.org.ukDu Cane RoadLondonW12 0AE
Location: Waltham Forest
NELFT NHSCDAT deals with clients who are on prescriptions, once they have been stabilised/maintained they are forwarded on to the other partnership agencies for treatment, therapy etc but will stay under CDAT as they’re primary treatment provider. http://www.nelft.nhs.uk/services-waltham-forestLarkswood Centre714 Forest RaodWalthamstowE17 3HP
Turning PointOpen access is the first port of call for all clients in Waltham forest. This is where they will receive they’re initial assessment before being forwarded on to partnership agencies. http://www.turning-point.co.uk/search.aspx?search=waltham+forestUnit 5 Alpha Business Centre60 South GroveWalthamstowE17 7NX
Turning PointBeulah Road provides the day program for all Waltham forest clients. http://www.turning-point.co.uk/search.aspx?search=waltham+forest1 Beulah RoadWalthamstowE17 9LG
WDPWDP deal with all drug and alcohol clients who have come through or are part of the criminal justice system. Clients will be referred onto partnership agencies but WDP will remain they’re primary treatment provider until  court order is finished. http://www.wdp-drugs.org.uk/Unit 31 Alpha Business Centre60 South GroveWalthamstowE17 7NX
Location: Cornwall
AddactionAddaction is one of the largest specialist drug and alcohol treatment charities in the U.K. and believe that effective treatment needs to be tailored to the individual. Addaction helps people to fully recover from their drug and alcohol problems and go on to lead fulfilling and meaningful lives. In Cornwall Addaction provide: Advice & information, Alcohol Detoxification, 4-week Post-Alcohol Detoxification Programme, Open Access groups, Breaking the Cycle and also work with those who are using NPS’s (New Psychoactive Substances – ‘legal highs’) and can help with people using steroids and cannabis. If an individual wants to access a low level of support, there is a 9 Lives programme where people can access the service nine times in a very informal manner, i.e. through a telephone call or a short one-to-one session. After nine contacts they may feel they have enough information to address their problem or they can enter a structured treatment programme with Addaction. http://www.addaction.org.uk24-24 Market PlacePenzanceTR18 2JD
AddactionWestern HouseTruroTR1 2EJ
Addaction Alma PlaceRedruthTR15 2AT
Addaction5 Church StreetSt AustellPL24 4LT
Addaction6 Church StreetLiskeardPL14 3AG
Location: Devon
Addaction and EDPRISE (Recovery and Integration Service) is a Devon-wide adult substance misuse service, working with people with alcohol and drug problems. The service takes an abstinence-based recovery-focused approach which means that it looks at the person (and their family’s) needs as a whole and supports them by linking with other agencies as needed. http://www.riserecovery.org.uk/Uplands Business Centre81 Heavitree RoadExeterEX1 2LX
St Loyes FoundationSt Loye’s Foundation is a national charity and service provider, based in Exeter, Devon for over 75 years.  We also have satellite offices in Warrington, Cardiff and North Devon.We specialise in helping people with health, disability and social issues by providing a range of services, including Employment Training, Care and Support and Learning and Skills.  Across all these services individuals are given the support and practical knowledge they need to access employment.  St Loye’s utilises a ‘person centred’ approach where the support is focused on an individuals specific needs, whilst ensuring, where required, a realistic employment goal. http://www.stloyesfoundation.org.uk/Beaufort House51 New North RoadExeterEX4 4EP
Addaction and EDP Newton AbbotRISE Recovery and Integration Service - A recovery orientated drug and alcohol service delivered across Devon county by a partnership of Addaction and EDP Drug & Alcohol Services.http://www.riserecovery.org.uk/Bakers HillNewton AbbotTQ12 1YP
Addaction and EDP BarnstableRISE Recovery and Integration Service - A recovery orientated drug and alcohol service delivered across Devon county by a partnership of Addaction and EDP Drug & Alcohol Services.http://www.riserecovery.org.uk/Unit 6, Riverside Court, Barnstable, DevonRiverside CourtBarnstableEX31 1DR
Location: Wiltshire
Turning Point Wiltshire Substance Misuse Service (WSMS)Chippenham Substance Misuse Service http://www.turning-point.co.uk/wiltshire-substance-misuse-service-chippenham.aspx41 New RoadChippenhamSN15 1HL
Turning Point Wiltshire Substance Misuse Service (WSMS)Trowbridge Substance Misuse Service http://www.turning-point.co.uk/wiltshire-substance-misuse-service-trowbridge.aspxThe HalveTrowbridgeBA14 8SA
Turning Point Wiltshire Substance Misuse Service (WSMS)Salisbury Substance Misuse Service http://www.turning-point.co.uk/wiltshire-substance-misuse-service-salisbury.aspxCheviot House69-73 Castle StreetSalisburySP1 3SP
W.A.S.P - Wiltshire Addiction Support ProgrammeWILTSHIRE ADDICTION SUPPORT PROJECT IS A GROUP OF PEOPLE WHO HAVE EXPERIENCED AND ARE RECOVERING FROM ADDICTION. WE HAVE COME TOGETHER TO SUPPORT EACH OTHER AND ANYONE ELSE WHO WANTS A LIFE THAT IS FREE FROM ACTIVE ADDICTION. http://www.addiction-support.co.uk/Beaufort Mansions55-57 Stallard StreetTrowbridgeBA14 8HH
Location: Wrexham
Wrexham Substance Misuse ServiceThe Wrexham Substance Misuse Service aims to reduce the risks and damage caused by drugs or alcohol to individuals, families and the local community. We work in partnership with other agencies to improve the health and social welfare of service users by offering treatment and care http://www.drugsandalcohol.org.uk/en-GB/WREXHAMThe ElmsRhosddu RoadWrexhamLL11 1EB
Arch InitiativesARCH Initiatives is a registered charity that provides a range of substance misuse services in North Wales to anyone over 18 years affected by drugs, alcohol or criminal offending http://www.archinitiatives.comHafod21 Grovesnor RoadWrexhamLL11 1BT
CAISRecovery Coaches provide experienced and tailored support to people who are experiencing difficulties with their substance misuse. Acting as a support network, Coaches will help people in continuing on their recovery journey using the MyRAP toolkit, supporting them as they move through treatment services and helping them to stay motivated and focused. http://www.cais.co.uk/Grove Park House11 Grove RoadWrexhamLL12 7AA
NACRONACRO, the crime reduction charity, are dedicated to reducing crime and reoffending in communities across North Wales. NACRO design and deliver programmes that equip people with the skills, advice, attitude and support they need to move their lives on and move away from crime. http://www.nacro.org.uk35 Chester RoadWrexhamLL13 8AH
Ty CroesoTy Croeso is an innovative new centre providing support and treatment for adults with issues in their lives including substance misuse and homelessness. Ty Croeso helps support individuals overcome their problems by providing a range of inter agency service at a central location. Clients can access services at the centre including breakfast clubs, drop-in services, advice and information and support groups work. Structured treatment from nurses and health professionals are also at the centre eliminating the need for clients to access different services at different sites.  http://www.tycroesocentre.co.ukTy Croeseo31a Grosvenor RoadWrexhamLL11 1BT
AVOWAVOW is the organisation that connects voluntary and community organisations and activities  across Wrexham County Borough. Taking the lead in promoting citizenship, volunteering and social enterprise, AVOW brings together advice, information, financial and community development support services for voluntary and community groups and individuals http://www.avow.org21 Egerton RoadWrexhamLL11 1ND
Wrexham Probation CRC ServiceWales CRC will deliver, through their skilled workforce and in partnership, probation services which protect the public, reduce reoffending and make the people of Wales safer. http://www.walesCRC.co.ukEllice WayWrexham Technology ParkWrexhamLL13 7YX
Location: Flintshire
Community Drug and Alcohol Service (CDAS)The Community Drug & Alcohol Service aims to reduce the risks and damage caused by drugs or alcohol to individuals, families and the local community. They work in partnership with other agencies to improve the health and social welfare of service users by offering treatment and care. http://www.nwsmf.org.ukRowleys DriveShottonCH5 1PU
Arch Initiatives ARCH Initiatives is a registered charity that provides a range of substance misuse services in North Wales to anyone over 18 years affected by drugs, alcohol or criminal offending.http://www.drugsandalcohol.org.uk/en-GB/FLINTSHIREFlintshire DIP Team and Foundations10-12 Salisbury StreetShottonFlintshireCH5 1DR
CAISRecovery Coaches provide experienced and tailored support to people who are experiencing difficulties with their substance misuse. Acting as a support network, Coaches will help people in continuing on their recovery journey using the MyRAP toolkit, supporting them as they move through treatment services and helping them to stay motivated and focused.
NACRONACRO, the crime reduction charity, are dedicated to reducing crime and reoffending in communities across North Wales. NACRO design and deliver programmes that equip people with the skills, advice, attitude and support they need to move their lives on and move away from crime
Local Solutions Local Solutions is a charity delivering services to people across North Wales. Established in 1974, they have a proven track record of improving the quality of life for vulnerable and excluded people. This is achieved through a wide range of programmes and interventions.
UnllaisUnllais is a development, information and training agency. We provide support to the voluntary sector, service users and carer organisations working in the field of mental health in North Wales. Through partnerships we seek to promote good practice in the planning, provision and monitoring of mental health services.
Probation/CRC Wales CRC will deliver, through their skilled workforce and in partnership, probation services which protect the public, reduce reoffending and make the people of Wales safer.
Location: Portsmouth
Portsmouth Drug and Substance Misuse ServicePortsmouth City Council Service directory - a good place to start to find out what services are there for residents of Portsmouth.https://www.portsmouth.gov.uk/ext/health-and-care/health/drug-and-substance-misuse.aspxPortsmouthPO2 7DX
Location: East Sussex
CGL STAR service - EastbourneSTAR – East Sussex Drug and Recovery Alcohol Service’ operates from satellites across the county, including working from existing hubs in Hastings, Eastbourne and a brand new site, (location still to be confirmed) in Uckfield. As well as providing services that help people in taking action to change their dependence on drugs and alcohol, these hubs create the opportunity for communicating messages to communities who previously may have been difficult to access. http://thinkdrinkdrugs.co.uk/Lift House6 St Lenards RoadEastbourneBN21 3UH
STAR - HastingsThrift House13 Wellington PlaceHastingsTN34 1NY
Location: Denbighshire
Community Drug and Alcohol Service (CDAS) The Community Drug & Alcohol Service aims to reduce the risks and damage caused by drugs or alcohol to individuals, families and the local community. They work in partnership with other agencies to improve the health and social welfare of service users by offering treatment and care.
CAIS Recovery Coaches provide experienced and tailored support to people who are experiencing difficulties with their substance misuse. Acting as a support network, Coaches will help people in continuing on their recovery journey using the MyRAP toolkit, supporting them as they move through treatment services and helping them to stay motivated and focused
Arch Initiatives ARCH Initiatives is a registered charity that provides a range of substance misuse services in North Wales to anyone over 18 years affected by drugs, alcohol or criminal offendinghttp://www.archfutures.com/Denbighshire DIP TeamDewi Sant CentreClwyd Buildings, Clwyd StreetRhylLL18 3LA
Denbigh Youth Project Denbigh Youth Project is a young people led organisation in Denbigh, North Wales, offering free confidential advice, information and support, based on need and circumstance
Women’s Centre The North Wales Women’s Centre is a safe place for women to access information, support, advocacy and training on issues relating to health, wellbeing and work
Arc Communities Arc Communities Ltd. seek to inspire, motivate and care for people living in chaos or crisis, without prejudice or discrimination, supporting them back into stability and independent living within their communities by embracing them as unique, necessary and totally worthwhile members of society.
Location: Conwy
Substance Misuse Service The Community Drug & Alcohol Service aims to reduce the risks and damage caused by drugs or alcohol to individuals, families and the local community. They work in partnership with other agencies to improve the health and social welfare of service users by offering treatment and care.
Arch Initiatives ARCH Initiatives is a registered charity that provides a range of substance misuse services in North Wales to anyone over 18 years affected by drugs, alcohol or criminal offending. http://www.archfutures.com/DAWN Centre35-37 Princes DriveColwyn BayConwyLL29 8PD
CAISRecovery Coaches provide experienced and tailored support to people who are experiencing difficulties with their substance misuse. Acting as a support network, Coaches will help people in continuing on their recovery journey using the MyRAP toolkit, supporting them as they move through treatment services and helping them to stay motivated and focused. DAWN Centre, 35-37 Princes Drive, Colwyn Bay, Conwy, LL29 8PDhttp://www.cais.co.uk/?page_id=755DAWN Centre35-37 Princess DriveColwyn BayConwy
Probation/CRC Wales CRC will deliver, through their skilled workforce and in partnership, probation services which protect the public, reduce reoffending and make the people of Wales safer
JigsawThe Jigsaw group aims to bring service users together from across North Wales, irrespective of previous background – be it substance misuse, mental health or criminal justice. The first part of the Jigsaw experience is based on offering opportunities for service users to meet together on a regular basis – to talk about issues that affect their lives and/or offer help and guidance by tapping into the wealth of experiences that service users have to offer. The second element is related to engagement, which we achieve by offering members access to a wide ranging programme of free activities – transport provided. To participate, members are required to attend our meetings and subscribe to our simple rules. We also offer pathways to training, education and volunteering – often in conjunction with partner agencies.
NACRONACRO, the crime reduction charity, are dedicated to reducing crime and reoffending in communities across North Wales. NACRO design and deliver programmes that equip people with the skills, advice, attitude and support they need to move their lives on and move away from crime.23a Abergele RoadColwyn BayConwyLL29 7RS
Location: Gynedd
Substance Misuse Service The Community Drug & Alcohol Service aims to reduce the risks and damage caused by drugs or alcohol to individuals, families and the local community. They work in partnership with other agencies to improve the health and social welfare of service users by offering treatment and care. Services provided are a range of effective, specialist interventions from a number of bases throughout North West Wales
Arch Initiatives ARCH Initiatives is a registered charity that provides a range of substance misuse services in North Wales to anyone over 18 years affected by drugs, alcohol or criminal offendingBangor DIP Team336-338 High StreetBangorGwyneddLL57 1YA
CAISRecovery Coaches provide experienced and tailored support to people who are experiencing difficulties with their substance misuse. Acting as a support network, Coaches will help people in continuing on their recovery journey using the MyRAP toolkit, supporting them as they move through treatment services and helping them to stay motivated and focused
AGRO (Anglesey and Gwynedd Recovery Organisation) AGRO (Anglesey and Gwynedd Recovery Organisation) is a volunteer-based organisation founded on the values of inclusivity and mutuality; it is an organisation run by people in recovery for people in recovery. The purpose of AGRO is to promote recovery from alcohol and other drug problems through activity, supporting families, raising awareness, breaking down stigma and providing information in Anglesey and Gwynedd
Location: Anglesey
AGRO (Anglesey and Gwynedd Recovery Organisation) AGRO (Anglesey and Gwynedd Recovery Organisation) is a volunteer-based organisation founded on the values of inclusivity and mutuality; it is an organisation run by people in recovery for people in recovery. The purpose of AGRO is to promote recovery from alcohol and other drug problems through activity, supporting families, raising awareness, breaking down stigma and providing information in Anglesey and Gwynedd
Substance Misuse Service The Community Drug & Alcohol Service aims to reduce the risks and damage caused by drugs or alcohol to individuals, families and the local community. They work in partnership with other agencies to improve the health and social welfare of service users by offering treatment and care. Services provided are a range of effective, specialist interventions from a number of bases throughout North West Wales. http://www.drugsandalcohol.org.uk/en-GB/ANGLESEY Town HallNewry StreetHolyheadLL65 1HN
Arch Initiatives ARCH Initiatives is a registered charity that provides a range of substance misuse services in North Wales to anyone over 18 years affected by drugs, alcohol or criminal offending. http://www.archfutures.com/Arch Initiatives Cymru1 Glanhwfa RoadLlangefniYnysLL77 7EN
CAISRecovery Coaches provide experienced and tailored support to people who are experiencing difficulties with their substance misuse. Acting as a support network, Coaches will help people in continuing on their recovery journey using the MyRAP toolkit, supporting them as they move through treatment services and helping them to stay motivated and focused.
Location: Surrey
Surrey i-access ChertseySurrey i-access is a newly commissioned, county wide Drug and Alcohol Recovery service providing a wide range of recovery focussed interventions to support and skill people to attain abstinence from problematic drug and/or alcohol use. The service operates out of three primary hubs to ensure that all residents are able to access treatment.http://www.sabp.nhs.uk/Abraham Cowley UnitHolloway HillChertseyKT16 0AE
Surrey i-access Reigatehttp://www.sabp.nhs.uk/14 West RoadReigateRH2 7JT
Surrey i-access Guildfordhttp://www.sabp.nhs.uk/The Taylor BuildingFarnham Road HospitalGuildfordGU2 7LX
Location: Camden
The Margrete CentreThe service provides GP registration and primary care services to clients who are not in secure accommodation. Services also include counselling, housing and benefits advice, hospital discharge support, opiate substitution treatment, harm minimization, blood borne viruses screening and referral.http://www.talktofrank.com/treatment-centre/margarete-centre108 Hampstead RoadCamdenLondonNW1 2LS
DAIS, CamdenA CGL lead service which provides advice, information and assessment within both the fixed site and hostel provision across Camden. They also run a needle exchange within hostel provision across Camden. Services include: one-to-one support, group work, harm minimisation rolling 6 week programme, access to friends and family/carer support, access to computers and referral to education, training and employment, access to counselling services, onward referral to medically assisted recovery services, referrals to housing and benefit advice and access to complementary therapies.http://www.cgl.org.uk/content/dais-camden-south264 Pentonville RoadCamdenLondonN1 9JY
Camden Alcohol ServiceA CGL service which provides information and advice on alcohol related problems, key work sessions, group work and complementary therapies. Group work includes relapse prevention, alcohol awareness and relaxation. Referrals to detox and residential programmes available. http://www.cgl.org.uk/7-8 Early MewsArlington RoadLondonNW1 7HG
SHP Arlington Rd Hostel Arlington Road is a 38-bed hostel providing accommodation for people with a range of support needs relating to continuing alcohol use, associated drug use and low level mental ill health. http://www.shp.org.uk/arlingtonroad88 Arlington RoadCamdenNW1 7HT
One Housing Group Arlington Rd A large homelessness service which includes a specialist substance misuse unit staffed by four Drug and National Occupational Standards qualified specialist drug and alcohol workers. The Arlington vision is to stop marginalising homeless, vulnerable people and stop the cycle of homelessness by creating a vibrant mixed community which provides not only support and care but the skills to make the move towards independence sustainable. As well as providing accommodation for 94 customers, Arlington has 44 sub-market rental flats. 220 Arlington Rd London NW1 7HE http://www.onehousinggroup.co.uk220 Arlington RoadCamdenLondonNW1 7HE
184 Royal College St 184 is a community drug service run by CGL offering structured interventions to adults living in Camden. They support people who want to make changes to their drug use, and for any kind of drug including cannabis, cocaine, ketamine, MDMA, heroin, crack, new psychosocial substances (or “legal highs”) like GHB, methadrone, and synthetic cannabinoids. We offer a wide range of support to service users that include Foundations of Recovery groups - a cutting edge treatment platform based on CBT, ACT and MI. We also offer acupuncture, drama groups, art therapy, counselling, and have evening and weekend services available to those who work.http://www.cgl.org.uk/content/184184 Royal College Street CamdenLondonNW1 9NN
Denis Handfield HouseDennis Handfield House was refurbished under the Places of Change fund, which has enabled the development of communal spaces to facilitate group activities and meaningful occupation programs. A SHP run service, clients are supported in areas which include developing life skills, social skills and behaviour management. Support is offered around management of finances and benefit claims. Clients can access emotional support as well as the supervision and monitoring of their health and well being. A range of vitally absorbing activity programs are also provided at DHH including: • Arts & Crafts: T-Shirts printing, sewing, art classes • Health & Wellbeing: Exercise equipment, walking club • Life Skills: Cooking, back to work • Leisure Activities: Film • Training & Education: IT classes http://www.shp.org.uk/service/dennis-handfield-house93-99 King's Cross Road CamdenLondonWC1X 9LP
Camden and Islington Aftercare-SHPEstablished by a group of homeless people, SHP began with one property in Pimlico in 1975. Today, SHP supports some of London’s most vulnerable people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, through the provision of supported housing and community-based support services. We work with our clients to understand their psychological and emotional needs, to support them with their recovery and to enable them to develop the resources to live independently and achieve personally meaningful goalshttp://www.shp.org.uk/content/about-us245 Gray's Inn RoadLondonWC1X 8QY
Location: South Wales
TBG Learning TBG Learning Swansea delivers the government’s Work Programme, providing a range of support, guidance and employability training to unemployed people in the area; to help them secure work. We work with people to help them find sustainable employment, supporting them through the job search and application process, and providing any specialist support, information, advice and guidance that they may need to tackle any problems or barriers to work that they may have. Once in employment we provide up to two years in-work-support to help people remain in work, long-term. http://www.tbglearning.com/our-centres/swansea.htmlPrincess HousePrincess WaySwanseaSA1 3LW
Tydfil Training ConsortiumTydfil Training Consortium Limited was founded in 1987 and incorporated as a limited company and Registered Charity in 1990. We deliver a wide range of programmes under contract to DfES and JCP for unemployed individuals who require support and training to secure employment. Tydfil Training prides itself on creating a supportive and safe environment for both staff and participants, working with people to give more, offering equal opportunities for all. Willaim Smith Building107 High StreetMerthry TydfilCF48 8AP
Location: West Wales
Working LinksWorking Links are a leading provider of services to help those in society with complex needs to progress from social exclusion to social inclusion. Working Links was established in 2000 to deliver specialist and tailored services for people with varying and often complex needs to enable them to create better futures for themselves and their communities. As a prime contractor delivering key government programmes across the UK, they work alongside funders including the Department for Work and Pensions, Ministry of Justice, Skills Funding Agency and the European Social Fund to deliver front-line public services in our communities. Their understanding and hands on experience with their customers means they are also working together to shape and develop policies to ensure they succeed for future societies. http://www.workinglinks.co.uk/
Working Links Ammanford7 Hall StreetAmmanfordSA18 3BW
Working Links Llanelli54 Stepney StreetLlanelliSA15 3TG
Location: North Wales
Working Links Working Links are a leading provider of services to help those in society with complex needs to progress from social exclusion to social inclusion. Working Links was established in 2000 to deliver specialist and tailored services for people with varying and often complex needs to enable them to create better futures for themselves and their communities. As a prime contractor delivering key government programmes across the UK, they work alongside funders including the Department for Work and Pensions, Ministry of Justice, Skills Funding Agency and the European Social Fund to deliver front-line public services in our communities. Their understanding and hands on experience with their customers means they are also working together to shape and develop policies to ensure they succeed for future societies.http://www.workinglinks.co.uk/
Working Links Colwyn Bayhttp://www.workinglinks.co.uk/Princess Park 1Princess DriveColwyn BayLL29 8LA
Working Links Wrexham49-54 Chester StreetWrexhamLL13 8BB
Working Links MoldUnits 2 & 3Daniel Owen CentreMoldCH7 1AP
Location: Bradford
Arch Futures DIP ServiceOffer a friendly, helpful team that will do everything they can to help you with substance misuse or criminal offending. Get in touch with us now by calling 01274 809800. http://www.archfutures.com/gethelpbradford/Shipley Town HallKirkgateShipleyBD18 3EJ
Location: Somerset
Turning Point YeovilThe Somerset Community Access Programme team provides person centred confidential services to drug or alcohol users across Somerset. We support people in their efforts to gain access to education and employment, vocational training, and recreational activities.http://www.turning-point.co.uk/somerset-community-access-programme.aspx3rd Floor Maltravers HousePetters WayYeovilBA20 1SH
Turning Point BridgewaterThe Somerset Community Access Programme team provides person centred confidential services to drug or alcohol users across Somerset. We support people in their efforts to gain access to education and employment, vocational training, and recreational activities.http://www.turning-point.co.uk/somerset-community-access-programme.aspxBridge HouseTaunton RoadBridgewaterTA6 3LS
Turning Point TauntonThe Somerset Community Access Programme team provides person centred confidential services to drug or alcohol users across Somerset. We support people in their efforts to gain access to education and employment, vocational training, and recreational activities.http://www.turning-point.co.uk/somerset-community-access-programme.aspx10 Canon StreetTauntonTA1 1SN

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