Drug and Alcohol Recovery Service - Gloucestershire

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Last updated: 14 April 2020

The way you get support from us might be different for a while, but we are still here. We’ll do everything we can to help you stay safe. If you're worried about something, please get in touch.

You can contact us on 01452 223 014 or email us on [email protected].

Updates to the service:

  • To help you stay safe, we are changing the way we prescribe medication for a while. Please take a look at our prescriptions info page to see what’s happening. If you have any questions about this, give us a call.
  • For now, we are doing all appointments over the phone. 
  • We're sorry to say that our groups aren't going to be running for a while. However, we are running smart recovery groups online on zoom. If you'd like to join, please contact [email protected].
  • You can still come to the hub for needle exchange and naloxone.

You can follow us on Facebook and Twitter for more updates.

Please visit our national coronavirus pages for the latest information, advice and support:

Find the latest information on coronavirus on the NHS website.

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What we offer

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We help anyone who needs support with drug and alcohol use.

We won't judge, we will support you however you need us to. We provide support, advice and treatment options. We know everyone's journey is different, so we will tailor your support to your needs.

Find us

  • The hub is less than 10 minutes walk from Cheltenham train station.

  • Bramery House
    Alstone Lane
    Cheltenham GL51 8HE

Opening times

  • Monday 9:00 - 17:00
  • Tuesday 9:00 - 19:00
  • Wednesday 13:00 - 15:00
  • Thursday 9:00 - 17:00
  • Friday 9:00 - 17:00

Contact us

Phone number: 01452 223 014

Email: [email protected]

Get social

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

Advice and support

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Alcohol

We will work with you to set goals and help you achieve them.

Alcohol treatment options
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Drugs

You can get harm reduction advice at our needle exchange.

Drug treatment options
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Support for others

We will help you understand the best way to support your loved one.

Friends and family advice

Your first visit

When you walk through the door, a member of our team will be more than happy to help you. 
 

Our welcome group

We run a welcome group for anyone who is new to the service. It's a chance for you to learn more about what we offer and how it could work for you. You can ask questions about your treatment and about us.

What's on

  • Mon

Monday

Time
Activity
10:00

This is for people who are working towards controlling and reducing their alcohol use.

10:30

This is held at the service.

13:00

This is for people on opiate replacement medications.

14:00

This is for abstinent people.

Tuesday

Time
Activity
10:00

This is for people who are working towards controlling and reducing their alcohol use.

10:00

This is for women only.

12:00

This is by referral only.

12:00

This is a mutual aid based independent workshop.

17:00

This is for friends, family and carers. 

18:00

This is for people who are in day time employment.

Wednesday

Time
Activity
14:00

This is for new people. You can ask questions and find out more about the service.

15:30

These sessions are for anyone who is looking at combatting their cannabis use.

Thursday

Time
Activity
10:00

This will help you learn more about mindfulness, meditation and relaxation.

11:00

This is an open session.

13:30

This is for people who want to make recovery a part of their day to day lives.

13:00

This is an outreach course for people living in a remote area.

Friday

Time
Activity
10:00

This is for people working towards controlling and reducing their alcohol use.

13:00

This is a mutual aid CBT based workshop.

13:30

This is for people wanting to make changes.

14:00

This is an outreach course for people living in a remote area.