St Luke's Service - Barking and Dagenham

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How we can help

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We are here to help.

We support people having issues with drugs or alcohol. You'll be listened to and we will tailor the support you get to meet your needs. We provide guidance, support and advice. 

Find us

  • The nearest train station is on the District line, Dagenham East. It is then approximately 15 minute walk or you can get the 103 bus outside the station.

  • St Luke's Service
    Dagenham Road
    Dagenham RM10 7UP
  • There is parking available on the main road.

Opening times

  • Monday 9.30 - 19.30
  • Tuesday 9.30 - 19.30
  • Wednesday 12.30 - 19.30
  • Thursday 9.30 - 19.30
  • Friday, women only 9.20 - 12.30
  • Friday, open to all 13.00 - 19.00

Contact us

Phone: 020 8595 1375

Fax: 020 8595 1445

Email: [email protected]

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What's on

  • Mon

Monday

Time
Activity
10:00

At this group, you can get an introduction to the service to see what we offer.

10:30

For those who may have moved away from their opiate substitute prescribing and need support to get back on a script.

13:00

Theses group are in 3 parts, with 6 weeks of each:

CHANGE – Identifying there is an issue and wanting to make a change, starting your journey of recovery

GROWTH – Learning new skills and getting support with a range of tools to make that change and grow in your recovery

LIFE – Putting into practice all the tools and skills you have learnt to support you on your life long journey of recovery

14:00

You will have attended outside of your appointment time and need to see the duty worker to discuss any issues or concerns but you may not necessarily see your recovery coordinator. This will be by appointment unless it's an emergency.

15:00

This group is for you if you need to speak to the doctor or nurse about any medical issues that may be concerning you that is not already being managed by your GP.

17:00

Theses group are in 3 parts, with 6 weeks of each:

CHANGE – Identifying there is an issue and wanting to make a change, starting your journey of recovery

GROWTH – Learning new skills and getting support with a range of tools to make that change and grow in your recovery

LIFE – Putting into practice all the tools and skills you have learnt to support you on your life long journey of recovery

Monday

Time
Activity
10:00

This group is for those involved with criminal justices agencies.

12:00

This is a safe space for you to talk about your feelings.

14:30

Time to get creative! 

14:00

You will have attended outside of your appointment time and need to see the duty worker to discuss any issues or concerns but you may not necessarily see your recovery coordinator. This will be by appointment unless it's an emergency.

16:00

Theses group are in 3 parts, with 6 weeks of each:

CHANGE – Identifying there is an issue and wanting to make a change, starting your journey of recovery

GROWTH – Learning new skills and getting support with a range of tools to make that change and grow in your recovery

LIFE – Putting into practice all the tools and skills you have learnt to support you on your life long journey of recovery

18:00

At this group, you can get an introduction to the service to see what we offer.

Wednesday

Time
Activity
13:00

We offer acupuncture as an alternative therapy.

14:00

This is a male-only space and topics are decided by the group.

14:00

You will have attended outside of your appointment time and need to see the duty worker to discuss any issues or concerns but you may not necessarily see your recovery coordinator. This will be by appointment unless it's an emergency.

15:00

If you need to speak to the doctor or nurse about any medical issues that may be concerning you that is not already being managed by your GP.

17:00

Theses group are in 3 parts, with 6 weeks of each:

CHANGE – Identifying there is an issue and wanting to make a change, starting your journey of recovery

GROWTH – Learning new skills and getting support with a range of tools to make that change and grow in your recovery

LIFE – Putting into practice all the tools and skills you have learnt to support you on your life long journey of recovery

18:00

This is a space where carers can come and get support and raise awareness of how substance misuse affects them.

18:00

This is held at the service.

Thursday

Time
Activity
10:00

At this group, you can get an introduction to the service to see what we offer.

10:30

For those who may have stopped their opiate substitute prescribing and need support to get back on a script.

13:00

Theses group are in 3 parts, with 6 weeks of each:

CHANGE – Identifying there is an issue and wanting to make a change, starting your journey of recovery

GROWTH – Learning new skills and getting support with a range of tools to make that change and grow in your recovery

LIFE – Putting into practice all the tools and skills you have learnt to support you on your life long journey of recovery

14:00

You will have attended outside of your appointment time and need to see the duty worker to discuss any issues or concerns but you may not necessarily see your recovery coordinator. This will be by appointment unless it's an emergency.

14:00

This is for new opiate service users who need to see the doctor to start their opiate based medication or may need a medical review to change their dose.

18:00

Theses group are in 3 parts, with 6 weeks of each:

CHANGE – Identifying there is an issue and wanting to make a change, starting your journey of recovery

GROWTH – Learning new skills and getting support with a range of tools to make that change and grow in your recovery

LIFE – Putting into practice all the tools and skills you have learnt to support you on your life long journey of recovery

18:00

This group is for those involved with criminal justices agencies.

Friday

Time
Activity
11:00

This is a women-only space and topics are decided by the group.

13:00

You will have learnt and developed your own tools but can get further support from others and this can be achieved by sharing aspirations, tools, techniques and recovery stories.

14:00

You will have attended outside of your appointment time and need to see the duty worker to discuss any issues or concerns but you may not necessarily see your recovery coordinator. This will be by appointment unless it's an emergency.

14:00

If you need to speak to the doctor or nurse about any medical issues that may be concerning you that is not already being managed by your GP.

15:00

This is held at the service.

17:00

A Friday evening and weekend service where you can come and engage in a range of activities and get support.

Saturday

Time
Activity
12:00

A Friday evening and weekend service where you can come and engage in a range of activities and get support.

Sunday

Time
Activity
12:00

A Friday evening and weekend service where you can come and engage in a range of activities and get support.

Advice and support

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Alcohol

You will get one-to-one advice, information, support and treatment.

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Drugs

You can learn more about harm reduction and medically assisted detox.

Your first visit

When you arrive at the service, one of our peer mentors will meet you. They'll sit with you and talk to you about how we can help you. If possible, please could you bring information about the doctor you are registered with.