Norfolk Alcohol and Drug Behaviour Change Service

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What we offer

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We can help you break free from harmful patterns of behaviour and feel happier and healthier.

We tailor the drug and alcohol support we offer to fit your needs. 

 

Whether it's one to one working or group sessions, we will help you work towards your goals. We want you to unlock your full potential.

 

Our service includes medical treatment. This might include substitute prescribing or medication that helps prevent relapse.

 

We have a needle exchange where you can find harm reduction advice. There is also blood-borne virus testing, naloxone training and access to other services.

 

As well as providing services at our base, our recovery team can also provide outreach in the community. This means they can support you wherever you live.

Find us

  • Norwich train station is a 10 minute walk away.

  • Adobe House
    5 Barton Way
    Norwich NR1 1DL

Opening times

  • Monday 9:00 - 20:00
  • Tuesday 9:00 - 17:00
  • Wednesday 9:00 - 17:00
  • Thursday 9:00 - 17:00
  • Friday 9:00 - 17:00

Contact us

Phone number: 01603 514096         

Email: [email protected]

Get social

Follow us on social media to see what's happening in the service and the community.

What's on

  • Mon

Monday

Time
Activity
10:00

Preparation for Change pod delivered by Emerging Futures. 

11:00

A friendly, relaxed group for those affected by someone else's substance use. Call Matt Laker on 07741 196310 for more information.

14:00

Once you’ve made a positive change in your life, you want to maintain your new lifestyle. This course will help you to grow as a person.

Tuesday

Time
Activity
10:00

This course will give you the things you need to get started on your journey to a better life. It will help you understand what change means to you and increase your motivation.

10:30

This is for people who are new to the service. You can find out more about what we offer and ask any questions you might have.

14:00

Once you’ve made a positive change in your life, you want to maintain your new lifestyle. This course will help you to grow as a person.

Wednesday

Time
Activity
10:00

Preparation for Change pod delivered by Emerging Futures. 

11:30

A group session to support those looking to detox from alcohol with support. 

14:00

This course will give you the things you need to get started on your journey to a better life. It will help you understand what change means to you and increase your motivation.

14:00

When you graduate from the Foundations of Life course, you’ll have everything you need to go on and live a happy and fulfilled life.

Thursday

Time
Activity
00:00

No groups

Friday

Time
Activity
10:00

Preparation for Change pod delivered by Emerging Futures. 

Saturday

Time
Activity
11:00

Room 3, Chapelfield Methodist Church, Chapelfield Rd
NR2 1SD


Start time: 11.00 - duration 1hr
Open: All mtgs 'open'.
Disabled Access: Full wheelchair access.

 

Meeting Guide


  • ALL meetings, unless otherwise stated, are 'Closed' meetings and restricted to alcoholics and those who have a desire to stop drinking.

  • Open (O) AA Meetings are open to ALL who may or may not have an alcoholic problem.

  • Online meetings are those which meet through electronic media, not in a physical place.
17:00

The Gallery

Quakers Friends Meeting House

Upper Goat Lane

Norwich

Norfolk

NR2 1EW

 

Meeting is Upstairs in the Gallery.
 

Meeting Format

"Open to all"

Children Welcome

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Speaker

 

Share meeting

Parking Available


 

Wheelchair Accessible? : No
 

Length of meeting: 1 hour 30 mins

19:30

St Mark's Church Hall, Hall Rd, (City end)
NR1 3HL


Start time: 19.30 - duration 1hr 30mins
Open: All mtgs 'open'.
Disabled Access: Full wheelchair access.
Please note: Chit system available.

 

Meeting Guide


  • ALL meetings, unless otherwise stated, are 'Closed' meetings and restricted to alcoholics and those who have a desire to stop drinking.

  • Open (O) AA Meetings are open to ALL who may or may not have an alcoholic problem.

  • Online meetings are those which meet through electronic media, not in a physical place.

Sunday

Time
Activity
10:00

St Alban's Hall, Grove Walk
NR1 2QF


Start time: 10.00 - duration 1hr 30mins
Disabled Access: $ = Full wheelchair access.

 

Meeting Guide


  • ALL meetings, unless otherwise stated, are 'Closed' meetings and restricted to alcoholics and those who have a desire to stop drinking.

  • Open (O) AA Meetings are open to ALL who may or may not have an alcoholic problem.

  • Online meetings are those which meet through electronic media, not in a physical place.
11:00

The Baptist Church

Silver Road

Norwich

Norfolk

NR3 4TE
 

Entrance is on Mousehold Avenue.

 

Meeting Format

"Open to all"

Children Welcome

Women

 

Wheelchair Accessible? : Yes

Length of meeting: 1 hour 30 mins

11:00

Men's Shed

43-51 Pitt Street

Norwich

Norfolk

NR3 1DE
 

Enter Pitt Street from Crispins Road roundabout and turn into the gate on right hand side (greeter on gate). Parking for up to 10-15 cars.

 

Meeting Format

Open to addicts only

Men

Wheelchair Accessible? : No

Length of meeting: 1 hour 15 mins

16:00

Wymondham Women's: Sunday

 

Fairland United Reformed Church, Fairland Green.

 

NR18 0AW

 

 

 

Start time: 16.00 - duration 1hr 30mins

 

Disabled Access: Full wheelchair access.

 

Please note: Mtg held in Lounge mtg rm at the back of the church, where there is a separate entrance door.

 

Meeting Guide

 

ALL meetings, unless otherwise stated, are 'Closed' meetings and restricted to alcoholics and those who have a desire to stop drinking.

 

Open (O) AA Meetings are open to ALL who may or may not have an alcoholic problem.

 

Online meetings are those which meet through electronic media, not in a physical place.

16:00

Friends Meeting House, Pottergate, Upper Goat Lane.
NR2 1EW


Start time: 16.00 - duration 1hr 30mins
Open: All mtgs 'open'.
Disabled Access: Full wheelchair access.

 

Meeting Guide


  • ALL meetings, unless otherwise stated, are 'Closed' meetings and restricted to alcoholics and those who have a desire to stop drinking.

  • Open (O) AA Meetings are open to ALL who may or may not have an alcoholic problem.

  • Online meetings are those which meet through electronic media, not in a physical place.
18:00

Holt Community Centre, Kerridge Way
NR25 6DN


Start time: 18.00
Open: All mtgs 'open'.
Disabled Access: Full wheelchair access.

 

Meeting Guide


  • ALL meetings, unless otherwise stated, are 'Closed' meetings and restricted to alcoholics and those who have a desire to stop drinking.

  • Open (O) AA Meetings are open to ALL who may or may not have an alcoholic problem.

  • Online meetings are those which meet through electronic media, not in a physical place.
19:00

The Weekend Group Group

 

Quakers Friends Meeting House

Upper Goat Lane

Norwich

Norfolk

NR2 1EW



The meeting is upstairs in the Gallery, through the main door, first right and then through white door on the left.

 

Meeting Format


"Open to all"


Children Welcome

Wheelchair Accessible? : No


 

Length of meeting: One and a half hours


 

The Meeting is In the Gallery, if you cant gain access, please ring door bell and wait for someone to come.

Advice and support

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Alcohol

We have a range of options to help you in your recovery.

Alcohol treatment options
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Drugs

We offer: harm reduction advice, blood-bourne virus testing, naloxone training and more.

Drug treatment options
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Support for others

If you're worried about someone else, you can refer them for help from us.

Get help for someone else

Your first visit

A friendly member of our team will greet you when you arrive. They'll be more than happy to help you with any questions you have.
 

Our welcome group

We run a welcome group for people who are new to the service. At the group, you can learn more about what we offer and how we can support you.

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"I was always made to feel welcome. I found the staff here were non-judgemental" 

 

This service is commissioned by Norfolk County Council.

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