How we can help
If you're worried about your drug or alcohol use, we're here for you. We can provide advice, support, one-to-one key work, harm minimisation and more. We'll meet you at a location that's convenient for you - which might be school or a coffee shop. We are also available on the phone, via email, Facebook and Twitter.
As a young person, it can be very stressful trying to support someone with a substance issue. We support young people who are worried about the substance use of someone close to them, this can be a friend, a parent, or a carer. We can offer you help via phone, video call and face to face to help support you through this.
We have a family and carer’s service who are happy to provide you with support for your child or a child you are caring for with substance use concerns. You will be provided with drug and alcohol education and a tailored support package as well as group support. You can refer the young person you are worried about directly to our service by filling out a short referral form which can be found on the referral section of our website. We also offer training and workshops for parents/carers around different substances. This can be found on the training tab of our website.
You can refer the young person directly to our service by filling out a short referral form which can be found on the referral section of our website. You can refer a parent or carer of a young person to our adult service. We also offer training and workshops for professionals who work with Young People, these have the aim to upskill you and your staff on various illicit substances and their effect on young people. Additionally, we have a school-based Resilience Worker who can offer assemblies and workshops tailored for pupils and teachers. Further details for these services can be found on the training tab of our website.
- Monday9:00 - 17:00
- Tuesday9:00 - 17:00
- Wednesday9:00 - 17:00
- Thursday9:00 - 17:00
- Friday9:00 - 17:00
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Getting your feedback is the best way to ensure that we know what you like and what you think we could do better.
Your feedback will be used to shape changes that are made locally within the service, as well as national practice – we really do value what you think and want to make the support you receive as positive as possible.
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