Arch is a new integrated treatment system for all drug and alcohol users in Hillingdon. It is a partnership between Blenheim, CNWL, WDP and BoB offering a range of services from groups to outreach; open access to prescribing. Find our more information on the Arch website.
Better Lives is an integrated drug and alcohol service delivered by Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust in partnership with WDP and Blenheim. We offer a free and confidential support service for individuals and their families affected by drug and alcohol problems. Our specialist team include drug and alcohol practitioners, doctors, nurses, social workers, psychologists […]
At the Better Lives Family Service we help children, young people, adults and families who are affected by someone else’s alcohol or drug use. We offer non-judgemental and respectful support to families living in Islington who have a child or children under 18 years of age where the parent is using drugs or alcohol and […]
If you are accessing, or have accessed, drug or alcohol services in the City of Westminster, the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, or the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham then we can provide you with free Education, Training and Employment (ETE) support and advice. Our free, personalised support includes; looking for work, getting […]
The Families and Friends team offers free and confidential support to people who have been affected by someone else’s drinking or drug use. Our service helps family members, carers, partners or friends to regain control over their own life, whether or not the drug or alcohol user is also receiving help. The Families and Friends […]
The Drug & Alcohol Wellbeing Service (DAWS) is the substance misuse treatment service for the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham, the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, and the City of Westminster. We run the service with Turning Point, who between us have decades of experience of providing services in the area. Visit the DAWS […]
Enable is a free and confidential service offering recovery focussed advice, information and structured treatment to Enfield residents who are facing problems with drugs and/or alcohol. Enable is a partnership with Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust (BEH). Enable is open to people who are aged 18 or over.
At HAGA Alcohol Service we provide a wide range of help and support for Haringey residents who are concerned about their drinking or of someone close to them. Our service is open to people aged 18 or above. HAGA has different services to meet people’s needs. Our aim is to help you make a positive […]
At HAGA Family Service we support people affected by the drug or alcohol problems of someone close to them. We aim to help you cope with the difficult situation you are in and when appropriate we will help you support the person using into treatment and recovery. Find out more on the HAGA website.
Haringey Recovery Service provides advice, training and support for those in recovery from alcohol or drug misuse. You can train for a new career, attend therapy sessions, try a new hobby or get help with housing issues, all within a vibrant community that is there to provide help and support. Find out more on the […]
At Insight KC we offer a free, friendly and confidential young people’s support service. We provide information, advice and help to young people between the ages of 12 – 25 who are living with or affected by drug or alcohol issues. Our service is open to young people living in the Royal Borough of Kensington […]
At Insight Platform we offer a free, friendly and confidential young people’s support service. We provide information, advice and help to children and young people up to the age of 21 who are living with or affected by drug or alcohol issues. Our service is open to children and young people living in Haringey. We […]
At Insight Westminster we offer a free, friendly and confidential young people’s support service. We provide information, advice and help to young people up to 18 years who are living with or affected by drug or alcohol issues. Our service is open to young people living in the City of Westminster. We are based in […]
Journey to Recovery is working with people in Redbridge in a range of heritage-related training opportunities, including archive research, oral history training, exhibition design and digital design skills. The volunteers, all in recovery, are creating a unique anthology and exhibition for the benefit and education of the public due to tour locally later in 2018. […]
A 12 week employability and volunteer programme devised to help residents of London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham, the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, and the City of Westminster who are finding it difficult to access employment and volunteering opportunities. The programme aimed to improve confidence and self-esteem and enable participants to enter volunteering […]
The Lewisham Aftercare service offers free and confidential support to provide you with the tools you need to make a continued success of your recovery. There are a network of groups and activities across Lewisham for those who have completed treatment and wish to maintain abstinence. We will develop a personalised care plan with you […]
The Lewisham Primary Care Recovery Service provides a recovery-orientated model offering medication assisted treatment alongside psychosocial interventions for people living in Lewisham. In participating surgeries your GP, Nurse or Health Care Worker can make an appointment for you with the Shared Care Worker. The Shared Care Worker will provide you with information about what we can offer […]
The Lambeth Addiction Treatment Consortium at Lorraine Hewitt House offers support to anyone over the age of 18 with alcohol or drug problems who lives in Lambeth or has strong connections to the borough. When you visit us for the first time you will be provided with a key worker who will work with you to […]
Our service, DAWS (Drug and Alcohol Wellbeing Service), provides free and confidential advice to any resident in Kensington and Chelsea using drugs or alcohol. We offer a range of services provided by a team of specialists 7 days a week. Find out more on the DAWS page. Tel: 07850 773696 (available until 8pm Monday – […]
The Pier Road Project offers a free, friendly and confidential service for people with drug and/or alcohol problems, and for concerned others. Our integrated service provides a range of support to help assist recovery and is open to all Bexley residents, aged 18 and over. The service is managed by South London and Maudsley NHS […]
Reset is an integrated service which provides drug and alcohol treatment to Tower Hamlets residents aged 18 or over. Support offered includes; advice and information for drug and alcohol users and concerned others alcohol detoxification healthcare assessments testing for HIV, Hepatitis B, C and immunisation access to needle exchange residential rehabilitation services counselling support for clients experiencing […]
Shine is a community-led space to shine; a place for people in Haringey to grow ideas, businesses and networks through workspace and events. Shine is an enterprise space providing opportunities for people in the recovery from alcohol issues and local people to meet people, share ideas, grow small businesses, and enjoy arts and events. Find […]
At The Grove we provide a free and confidential service offering advice, information and structured treatment to Haringey residents who are facing problems with drugs and/or alcohol. Our service is open to people who are aged 18 or above. We offer a range of recovery focused services.
This new service has been developed to provide an open and welcoming space for those in recovery from substance misuse problems and for their families, friends and wider community. The Recovery Centre provides an opportunity for those in recovery to develop new social networks, gain advice and support to access mainstream services, e.g. college, volunteering, leisure […]
Blenheim currently provides services across 11 London boroughs. If we don’t have services in your area, there’s lots more help available. Find out where else you can get help with drug and alcohol issues.