Drug and Alcohol Service - Cambridgeshire

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How we can help

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We have a friendly open-access approach. This means you can walk into our service and get support. To make that first visit a little easier, you'll be greeted by a Peer Mentor. They've been through treatment with us, so they can give you first-hand advice. They'll be able to explain more to you about how the service can help you.

Find us

  • We are next to The Edge Café. 

  • Mill House
    Mill Road
    Cambridge CB1 3DF

Opening times

  • Monday - 9:30 - 13:00 and 16:00 - 20:00
  • Tuesday 9:30 - 16:30
  • Wednesday 9:30 - 16:30
  • Thursday - 9:30 - 16:30
  • Friday - 9:30 - 16:30

Contact us

Phone: 0300 5550101, option 1

Email: [email protected]

Cambridge Recovery service

Cambridge Recovery service is a service user and volunteer-led community-based service. It aims to help you build a sustained, holistic and purposeful lifelong recovery from addiction.


The EDGE café

The Edge café is a social enterprise that promotes community-led recovery to support people to turn their lives around and is run by individuals who are on this challenging journey themselves.

Your first visit

We're an open access service. This means that you don't need an appointment, you can just come in. You'll be greeted by one of our Peer Mentors who can chat to you about how the service can help while you wait for your assessment.

Our welcome group

We have a welcome pod where newly assessed people can learn about what to expect and what's on offer at the service.

Advice and support

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Whatever your goal is, we will support you to achieve it.

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You will get one-to-one support, counselling and have the opportunity to attend groups with people in similar situations to you.

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Support for others

It's hard when someone you love is struggling. We will help you learn how you can support them.

Find a pharmacy

Pop your postcode in below to find your local pharmacy for naloxone and needle exchange.

At our hubs, you can pick up a SLAM pack. They are safer chemsex packs that are made up of equipment to help reduce the transmission of blood borne infections like HIV and Hepatitis C. They also have information on keeping yourself safe and other helpful info.

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