Norfolk Alcohol and Drug Behaviour Change Service is a free and confidential service for adults (including offenders), families, carers and affected others.
We offer a range of opportunities including workshops, brief interventions, structured groups and one-to-one key working sessions. We also have needle exchanges at our fixed sites, where you can also get harm reduction advice, blood borne virus testing (including HIV and Hep C), naloxone training and access to other services.
Our recovery teams are based across the county and include doctors, recovery coordinators, nurses, recovery champions, peer mentors and volunteers.
Drugs and alcohol self-assessment
Click the buttons below to take our self-assessment quizzes.
If you would like to refer yourself or someone else to the service, you can complete our online referral forms below.
Refer someone else
Alternatively, you can complete either our PDF or word referral form and email it to email@example.com, call the service on 01603 514096 or bring it with you when you visit ther service. For professional referrals (including criminal justice services) please email firstname.lastname@example.org or fax us on 01603 514096.
We have open access times where you can drop in to one of our sites at a particular time to complete the referral. We aim to provide you with a triage appointment on the same day or at the next available date and time.
PDF referral form
Word referral form
- Substitute prescribing, including detoxification and personalised recovery co-ordination
- Psychosocial intervention workshops
- Mental and physical wellbeing checks including blood borne virus screening
- Outreach and engagement in the community
- Support for those involved within the criminal justice system
- Referrals to relevant support agencies
- Needle exchange
- Free naloxone kits and training available
Can’t make your appointment?
It’s really important that you let us know. Ideally please call us on 01603 514096 or click the 'contact us' tab to contact a drug and alcohol service hub directly. You can also email to let us know on email@example.com.
What do our service users say about us?
"I was always made to feel welcome the staff here were non-judgmental and I always felt able to talk about my substance misuse without being made to feel like a dirtbag."
Norfolk Alcohol and Drug Behaviour Change Service service user
Where can I go for further support?
- Leeway - domestic violence and abuse services
- Herring House Trust - single homeless peoples support
- Shaw Trust - the work and health programme
- Home Group - West Norfolk housing advice service
- City Reach Health Services - 01603 612481