Drug and Alcohol Service - Birmingham

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We are here to keep you safe. We will keep in touch with you over the phone to make sure you're getting along ok. Please make sure we have your up to date phone number. If you miss our call please call us back as it is important that we stay in touch. If you have a medical review this will remain in place but unless your worker informs you otherwise, it will likely take place over the phone.

You can contact us on 01212 275890  or email us on [email protected]. We’re answering calls between 09:00 and 17:00 weekdays.

Updates to the service:

  • Our service is running, but we'll be offering most appointments over the phone and some face to face appointments.
  • Our buildings are open from 9:00 – 17:00 for appointments only. If you need to book an appointment, please contact your keyworker or our single point of contact number on 0121 227 589.
  • We are still taking new referrals.
  • Needle Exchange and Naloxone is available from all our hubs during building opening hours. Please give us a ring if you’d like to collect either.
  • If you have questions about your prescriptions take a look at our prescription information page.
  • We’re moving our groups online for a little while.

Find the latest information on coronavirus on our information pages or the NHS website.

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How we can help you

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You have the potential to change. We are here to help you achieve it.

We offer support, advice and information if you are having problems with drinking or drugs. We can help you regain control of your life and reach your goals. We will empower you to create a happier, healthier life.

Find us

  • You can find the South Hub by walking down Griffins Brook Lane. The number 61, 63 and X20 buses all stop nearby. Bournville train station is a 20-minute walk away.

  • 113 Griffins Brook Lane
    Bournville B30 1QN
  • There is free parking available directly outside and street parking available on Griffins Brook Lane and Cob Lane.

Appointment only opening times

You can make appointments at the times listed. Please give us a call on 0121 227 5890.

  • Monday09:00 - 17:00
  • Tuesday09:00 - 17:00
  • Wednesday09:00 - 17:00
  • Thursday09:00 - 17:30
  • Friday09:00 - 17:00
  • SaturdayClosed
  • SundayClosed

Drop-in times

Drop-in times are when you can visit the service without an appointment. We will see you in the order you arrive, so it's worth coming along early if you can.

  • Monday13:00 - 15:00
  • Tuesday13:00 - 15:00
  • Wednesday13:00 - 15:00
  • Thursday13:00 - 17:30
  • Friday13:00 - 15:00

Contact us

Phone number: 0121 227 5890

Fax: 0121 535 7027

Email: [email protected]


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What's on

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The phase 2 groups consist of a series of 6 workshops. You'll start by exploring your values and what's important to you. Then, you'll identify what your goals are and plan how you will achieve them. Alongside this, you will discuss mindfulness and your wellbeing.


The ACT Peer Recovery group is run by peers and based on acceptance and commitment training. It works by focusing on behaviour. It teaches you how to pause when your life is heading in the wrong direction, and change course towards recovery.



This welcome group is to outline what you can expect from us during your recovery journey.


EBI means extended brief interventions. This group will support you by motivating you before you start your recovery. We will help you understand the recovery process and help you to start it. It's in a group setting so you'll be with people in a similar situation to you.



At this group, you can ask questions about what will happen during your treatment journey. You'll meet your key worker here.


SMART Recovery meetings focus on addictive behaviour, not the substance itself. You will concentrate on the present and future to set goals. We don't focus on the past, we only look ahead.



At this group, we will tell you what to expect from us during your recovery. You can ask about treatment options, ask questions and learn how to keep yourself safe.

Advice and support

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You have the potential to change. We are here to help you achieve it. 


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We know everybody’s journey is different. Your dedicated Recovery Coordinator will work closely with you to design a personal support plan.


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Support for others

If you’re worried about someone else we can talk to you about the best way to support them.

Your first visit

A friendly member of staff will be at reception to greet you. If you're waiting for a group or appointment, you'll wait in our reception. There are places to sit and leaflets to read. If you'd like, you can bring a loved one for support.


Our welcome group

We run opiate and alcohol welcome groups. In the groups, you'll learn what to expect from us during your treatment journey and can ask us questions.

The Welcome Groups are for people who are new to the service and ready to start treatment. It'll be a small group. We know it can feel daunting, so if you'd like to bring a loved one with you, please do.


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"When I came to the service I was broken, now I’m fixed. I have my family back. My children have their mother back."