The Alcohol Service
From 1st April 2023, we will no longer be running this service – it will change to a new organisation called Turning Point DAWS (Drug and Alcohol Wellbeing Service).
If you’re attending this service, don’t worry – we’re working with Turning Point to make sure there’s a smooth transfer and there are no disruptions to your care.
For more information please contact your worker or the service on 0800 0147440.
You can read about Turning Point DAWS here.
How we can help
We're here to support you.
We are a free and confidential alcohol service. We'll work with you to create a support plan to help you achieve your goals. We'll meet you at a convenient venue for you, like your GP practice.
Whether you're looking to stop drinking or just cut down, we're here to help you make changes. If you have issues with the drinking behaviour of someone else close to you, we can support you.
Please note, we don't provide a walk-in service at this location. If you'd like to register with the service, please contact us so we can arrange an appropriate location to meet you.
- Edward Woods Centre
60 – 70 Norland Road
London W11 4TX
- Monday9:00 - 20:00
- Tuesday9:00 - 20:00
- Wednesday9:00 - 20:00
- Thursday9:00 - 20:00
- Friday9:00 - 17:00
We always welcome new people, so please do get in touch if you'd like to find out more about how we can help you. Don't forget to follow us on social media to see what we're up to.
Phone: 0800 014 7440
Email: [email protected]
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Connecting London is a partnership of Change Grow Live services across the London area. We're running lots of events on Zoom to keep you motivated on your recovery journey.
Whether you just want to check in for a virtual coffee, join us for a guided meditation session, give yoga a try or join a SMART meeting, everybody is welcome.Find out more about Connecting London
Reducing the harms of alcohol use
We've created a document you can download that'll help you reduce the harm of your drinking. It includes tips on:
- How to reduce your alcohol use safely
- How to manage your symptoms
- Places to get help and advice
Your first visit
Once you've contacted us, we'll arrange to meet you. You'll meet one of our friendly team members who will talk to you about your needs. Then, they'll explain the treatment options available to you. There isn't anything you need to bring with you to your first meeting.