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CategoryDrugs & Alcohol
Area G, OPDStadium RoadWoolwichLondonSE18 4QH
Local peer support for families and friends of alcoholics. Separate local support group may be available for teenage children affected by others alcohol dependency. Al-Anon Groups: Monday: 8.00pm Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Area G, OPD, Stadium Road, Woolwich SE18 4QH Sunday: 7.30pm Our Lady of Grace Church, 145 Charlton Road, Greenwich SE7 7EZ For Alateen meetings phone 020 7593 2070
Most people enjoy a drink – after work, at the weekend, or on occasions such as nights out with friends, birthdays, weddings or anniversaries. But if you find that drinking has become a bit of a routine for you, you may be putting yourself at risk without realising it. Drinking too much too often can have consequences; to your health, happiness and wellbeing. Understanding your alcohol intake and what this can mean for you can help you stay in control of your drinking and stay healthier longer. If you, or someone you support, have concerns about alcohol and…
Drinkline runs a free, confidential helpline for people who are concerned about their drinking, or someone else's. The purpose of the Drinkline service is to offer free, confidential, accurate and consistent information and advice to callers who are concerned about their own or someone else`s drinking regardless of the caller`s age, gender, sexuality, ethnicity or spirituality. Free helpline: 0300 123 1110 (weekdays 9am–8pm, weekends 11am–4pm) The drinkaware website…
1st Point Central Access47 Woolwich New RoadWoolwichLondon
Drug and Alcohol Services are commissioned and overseen by the Council’s Children’s Services Directorate and are funded by Public Health within the Health and Adult Services Directorate. Services The general drug and alcohol education and harm reduction programme is delivered the School Nursing Service (part of the Public Health Nursing Service). There are four key points in a child or young person’s life when we find out how they are doing by asking them to complete Health Reviews. They are…
Dear Albert is a social enterprise which specialises in peer mentoring and making recovery more visible by bringing together existing resources. We have strong links with peer support fellowships such as Smart Recovery, NA, AA and work closely with statutory funded drug and alcohol agencies, private rehabs, local authorities and substance misuse charities.
Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is a non-profit society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. They are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean, operating a program of complete abstinence from all drugs. NA is a voluntary organisation; membership is open to anyone with a drug problem seeking help, regardless of what drug or combination of drugs have been used, and irrespective of age, sex, religion, etc. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop using drugs.Regular local peer support group meetings are held at…
If you are aged between 10 – 18 (before 19th Birthday) or age 18-21 if a care leaver, 18-25 if you have a disability or Special Educational Needs or are a Looked After Child. Lives in the Borough of Greenwich or Royal Borough of Greenwich Looked After Child in a neighbouring borough and need some advice about drugs or alcohol you can talk to us – Young People’s Substance Misuse Services – We can work directly with you on a one to one basis. Our Service is free and confidential.
Talk to Frank provides information and advice about drugs and alcohol. It is a non-judgmental, confidential service. You can talk to FRANK for free and in confidence 24 hours a day on 0300 123 6600. There is also a live chat service on the website, available 2pm-6pm, or you can email firstname.lastname@example.org