The CGL EASY Project is a support service for young people using drugs and/or alcohol. Our team is made up of experienced drug and alcohol workers who specialise in working with young people.
What we do
We provide specialist support and treatment to young people using drugs and/or alcohol. The EASY Project offers a wide range of services including:
- confidential advice and information for young people (up to the age of 18
- assessment of an individual’s specific needs
- information to help with taking decisions about drug and alcohol use
- support to help cut down or stop using drugs or alcohol
- advice and information for parents and carers
- one-to-one sessions
- group work
- appointments at a convenient location
- drop-in sessions at local centres in Ealing (contact us for details)
- a gateway to other services
- male and female workers
We also work closely with other services such as sexual health, housing, life skills, education and employment to help with other aspects of a young person’s life.
If you are under 18 and want to talk about your drug and/or alcohol use you can contact us by phone or email. If you are a friend or family member who is worried about the drug or alcohol use of a young person you can contact us to discuss your concerns.
If you would like to refer yourself or someone else to the service you can call, email or visit the service in person.
You can also complete our referral form in advance and either email it to us at or bring it with you when you visit the service.
PDF referral form
The Change Grow Live EASY Project is a specialist drug and alcohol treatment service for young people, under 18, who are resident in or have some connection with Ealing.
It is part of the multi-agency partnership model in Ealing. The aim of the partnership is to reduce and stop young people using drugs and alcohol, through early intervention, prevention and targeted education, advice, guidance, training, assessment and treatment.
The EASY Project seeks to positively contribute to the following five outcomes for young people (DfES 2005):
- being healthy
- staying safe
- enjoying and achieving
- making a positive contribution
- economic well-being