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Drug Addicts Anonymous

Are drugs a problem in your life? Have you tried to cut down, or stop altogether, but found you can’t stick to your decision? Maybe you’ve tried to stop taking one particular drug only to find your use of another drug or alcohol rises out of control? DAA knows how that feels. Its members have […]

Posted on: 25th June 2019

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Change Grow Live Services

They work with people who want to change their lives for the better and achieve positive and life-affirming goals. They believe that everyone has the right to lead the best life they can. Their services empower people to improve their health and wellbeing and take control of the direction of their lives. Their areas of expertise include: […]

Posted on: 18th April 2018

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APRIL – Adverse Psychiatric Reactions Information Link

Promoting awareness of medicines that can harm mental health. The aim of APRIL (Adverse Psychiatric Reactions Information Link) is to fill a gap in medical and public awareness that everyday medicines, anaesthetics and the drugs used pre and post-surgery, can cause psychiatric adverse reactions. From mood swings, nightmares, insomnia to serious depression, psychosis, suicidal or […]

Posted on: 21st March 2018

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Southwark Stop Smoking Service

Local help to quit If you need more support, find your local stop smoking service through the Stop Smoking London Portal.  They also provide more general information about quitting.  If you just want to speak to a specially trained advisor, you can call the helpline on 0300 123 1044. You can also talk to your local pharmacy (pdf, 250kb). They […]

Posted on: 16th January 2018

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Lambeth Stop Smoking Service

When trying to quit you are 4 times more likely to succeed with treatment which combines behavioural support and medication than if you ‘go it alone’.  Thankfully there is lots of support available for Lambeth smokers who want to quit. Londoners can access the London Stop Smoking Portal or call the Stop Smoking London helpline on 0300 123 […]

Posted on: 16th January 2018

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RADAR (Reducing and deterring Adult re-offending)

A new multi-agency team has been set up in Southwark to provide a robust approach to offender management in the borough. Specialist Police Officers, Resettlement Workers, the Probation Service Substance Misuse Team and CRI Drug Interventions Programme (DIP) case managers will come together under one roof from early 2012 in a new approach to tackling […]

Posted on: 31st October 2017

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Cocaine Anonymous

Cocaine Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other so that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from their addiction. Together they follow the 12 step recovery programme in order to gain and sustain sobriety. They are not a cocaine […]

Posted on: 1st August 2017

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The Harbour

Services for people aged 18 years and over with alcohol and drug addictions who want treatment and support. Services available: Café style Drop in,  Access to Computers – Wifi Access, A full group programme e.g. Relapse Prevention, SMART Recovery, Women’s Group,  Complementary Therapies,  One to One support,  Benefits Advice,  Tenancy Support,  Advice and information on […]

Posted on: 19th July 2017

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Bristol Tranquilliser Project

Originally founded in  1985 as a tranquilliser withdrawal group, the Bristol Tranquilliser Project (BTP) is a voluntary organisation set up to help people who are experiencing involuntary addiction to prescribed minor tranquillisers, sleeping pills and antidepressants.  Most services – counselling, one-to-one prescribed drug counselling, self-help groups and a drop-in service – are only available to people […]

Posted on: 6th June 2017

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Drug Rehabilitation Requirement Service (Lambeth)

The Drug Rehabilitation Requirement Service (Lambeth) is part of the Addictions Division. They provide specialist assessment, treatment and care for people, aged over 18, who are referred through the courts on a DRR Order. A DRR service provides offenders with fast access to drug treatment programmes where their criminal behaviour is associated with drug misuse. […]

Posted on: 27th July 2016

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