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Directory of Support Organisations - Where to Find Help

Directory of Support Organisations providing help for CARERS and FAMILIES

ADFAM

www.adfam.org.uk

2nd Floor, 120 Cromer Street, London, WC1H 8BS

Tel:  020 3817 9410

email:  admin@adfam.org.uk

 

A national charity working to improve life for families affected by drugs and alcohol.  It is NOT a helpline, but offers training for professionals and also family members.  It works with other organisations on joint projects, for example with CRUSE - doing a joint project BEAD, working with people bereaved through addiction.  The website has details of over 500 support groups throughout the UK, under "find help" section 

CRUSE

www.cruse.org.uk/drugs-and-alcohol

Tel:  0808 808 1677

 

BEAD project - this is a support helpline set up by Cruse and Adfam to support people bereaved through addiction.  They offer group sessions in some areas, plus telephone support or counselling.  For more details and to access this support contact Cruse -  www.cruse.org.uk

PSL - Parent Support Link

www.parentsupportlink.org.uk

Tel:  02380 399764

 

This is a charity based in Southampton offering support throughout Hampshire to family and friends affected by addiction. They have a 24 hour helpline, plus 121 sessions and support groups

The Samaritans

www.samaritans.org

Freephone:  116 123

24 hours per day, 365 days per year

Email:  jo@samaritans.org

 

The Samaritans offer emotional support to people calling them, or face to face at local branches, which can be found on their website. All calls are confidential, with the number not appearing on the caller's telephone bill.  This is a nationwide charity.

Drugfam

www.drugfam.co.uk

Tel:  0300 888 3853

7 days a week, 9.00am to 9pm

 

A charity set up by a mother who lost a twin son to addiction, the charity offers weekly support groups, 121 befriending, telephone and email support, bereavement support, education and awareness.

Portsmouth Counselling Services

www.pocounsellingservice.org.uk

The Wesley Centre, 128 Fratton Road, Portsmouth, PO1 5DD

Tel:  023 92 737989

 

Provides affordable, confidential counselling to all communities and individuals in Portsmouth and the surrounding area.

Mind

www.mind.org.uk

Tel:  0300 123 393

9.00am - 6.00pm, Monday to Friday

 

This charity gives a wealth of information on mental health issues, treatments, offering support and a directory for local MIND groups.

Wisdom House

www.wisdomhouseromsey.org.uk

Tel:  01794 830206

email: reception@wisdomhouseromsey.co.uk

 

Wisdom House offers a varied programme of day long events, such as relaxation or meditation days, that carers may find useful as a respite from their normal duties.  Set in a peaceful environment, the day includes lunch and refreshments.

Frank

www.talktofrank.com

Tel:  0300 123 6600

24 hours per day, 365 days a year

SMS:  82111

 

Frank is the website for the national Drus Advice Service and has a series of FAQs about different drugs, an A to Z of drugs and information on treatment, and other related areas.  It is aimed at young people, but is very informative for parents / carers of people with substance misuse issues. There are various ways to get in touch - for example, SMS, email, telephone, live chat.

Families Anonymous

www.familiesanonymous.org

Tel: 0207 498 4680 0800 1200 660

Email:  office@famanon.org.uk

 

An organisation that offers free weekly meetings to support families, based on the 12 step programme.  There is also an online forum for members and newsletters.

HealthWatch

www.healthwatchportsmouth.co.uk

Tel: 02393 977079

 

Healthwatch is an organisation set up to act as the voice of the people using services, raising issues and concerns to the relevant authorities.  It slso has a comprehensive directory of available services.

Al-Anon

www.al-anon.org

Helpline: 0207 403 0888

10.00am - 10.00pm, 365 days a year

 

This group set up to support family or friends affected by someone's drinking.  Meetings are based on the 12 step theory.  The website has a search facility to find the nearest meeting, and a FAQ section.

Co-Anon Family Groups

www.co-anon.org.uk

Mobile: 07446 909288

Email:  info@co-anon.org.uk

 

This group set up to support family or friends affected by a person's addiction to cocaine. Meetings can be found by ringing the number or by checking the meetings page on the website.

Directory of Support Organisations providing help for THOSE SEEKING RECOVERY

Push Recovery Community

www.pushrecoverycommunity.org

Tel:  02392 841384

 

A Peer support group that offers information on drug and alcohol services, housing, mental health.  It also provides volunteering opportunities for people in recovery, and training.

 

Narcotics Anonymous

www.ukna.org

Helpline:  0300 999 1212

10.00am to midnight

 

Based on a 12 step programme, this organisation offers meetings all over the UK, and also online. The website has a meeting search facility, FAQs, access to information for professionals at pi@ukna.org

Addiction Helper

www.addictionhelper.com

Tel: 0800 024 1488 / 0203 131 8337

 

This site has information on rehab and detox treatments available, private and NHS based.  The organisation offers confidential assessments, and support through recovery.

Society of St James

www.ssj.org.uk

Tel: 02380 634596

 

This charity provides services for the homeless, addiction programmes such as community day rehab, specialist housing services for older people, training and work experience.  Based in Hampshire.

Alcoholics Anonymous

www.alcoholics-anonymous.org.uk

Helpline: 0800 9177 650

Email:  help@alcoholics-anonymous.org.uk

General Queries:  020 7407 0700

10.00am to 10.00pm

 

The AA group run meetings based on the 12 step programme.  The website has a search facility to see where meetings are held.

Cocaine Anonymous

www.cauk.org.uk

Helpline (landline): 0800 620225

10:00am to 10:00pm every day

Helpline (mobile):  0300 111 2285

Email:  wtf@cauk.org.uk for more info.

 

CA has meetings all over the UK, and online meetings.  The website has a search facility to find the nearest meeting, plus information on Cocaine, and FAQs.  There is also a page for volunteer positions available.

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