CGL Maidstone supports service users who have problems due to drugs and alcohol. Maidstone offers an open access service and wide-ranging support for anyone experiencing problems with drugs and alcohol.
The service promotes recovery by providing support throughout the treatment journey and beyond through its active recovery community.
Our team of Peer Mentors provide additional support based on their personal knowledge and understanding of the recovery process.
Our services include a range of activities and support from structured workshops to social activities.
We also signpost service users to other support services in the area, including housing, health and mutual aid support such as AA and NA.
Make a referral
Referrals can be made by GPs and partner agencies as well as treatment providers and other professionals.
Individuals can self-refer online, by phone or by coming in to the service for an assessment.
What we do and how we do it
We offer a range of services to people living in West Kent to support them to make changes to their drinking and drug use.
- Advice and information
- One to one and group support
- Assessment tools
- Brief interventions
- Recovery workshops
- Peer support
- Web-based advice and information
- Health advice
- Referral to other services
Our aim is to ensure that we provide our service users with choices about the support they receive and we aim to provide seamless care tailored to individual needs.
Make an appointment
You can make an appointment by phone or just drop in during office hours.
Other sources of local support
Mutual Aid Groups:
Young People’s Services:
Sexual health information:
National services Drug and Alcohol Information