Drug and Alcohol Service

Above all else, we believe in people. It's the one thing that acts as a foundation for all our work. It means we focus on the people who use our services and do everything we can to make sure we're giving the best service possible.

When you come to one of our services, we'll make you feel welcome and supported, and we'll always treat you as an individual. We respect and support your choices, so we will work with you to find the right treatment and care options, rather than telling you what to do.

We'll get to know you as a person. We care about everything that's going on with you - your physical health, mental wellbeing, lifestyle and relationships - because they all play a part in helping you reach your goals. 

We want the people who use our services to play an active role in shaping how we do things too. If you use our services, you can become a service user rep and give us feedback on what we can do better.

We're an open access service, which means you don't need an appointment - you can just walk in. You'll be assessed and then you can speak to a recovery coordinator about the treatment options that would suit you. We'll listen to your needs and tailor the care you receive. 

We'll work with you to set yourself goals and achieve them.

We offer free and confidential advice and information around drugs.

Support for others
It can be difficult to know how best to help someone close to you who misuses drugs and alcohol. We will support you to have a voice and play a positive role in supporting your loved one.

Connecting with others
Getting active
Healthy lifestyle
Day to day helping hand
Helping with money
Information and advice
Transport and getting around
Mental health
Support with housing
Support with employment
Support for carers
Managing a long-term health condition
Basic necessities (food/clothes)
Arts and creativity
Connecting with nature
Youth support
Social prescribing
Additional needs catered for:
Vision impairment friendly
Hearing impairment friendly
Wheelchair accessible
Learning difficulty friendly
Physical disability friendly
Dementia friendly
Takes place in the client’s home
Non English speaking friendly
Key words - separate with a comma: Drug, Alcohol