Alcohol & Drug Services

 

NameAddressTelephone
VISIONS (Young People's Substance Misuse Service)Da Spot, 33 Lampton Road, Hounslow, TW3 1JG020 8583 6440
Hounslow Drugs and Alcohol Action TeamCommunity Services, The Civic Centre, Lampton Road, TW3 4DN020 8583 2761
CRI Drugs, Alcohol, Intervention, Support (DAIS)Unit 2, Ilex House, 94 Holly Road, TW1 4HF020 8891 0161
CRI REACH Structured Day ProgrammeUnit 2, Ilex House, 94 Holly Road, TW1 4HF020 8891 0161
EACH Hounslow729 London Road, Hounslow, Middlesex, TW3 1SE020 8577 6059
Richmond Young People's Drug and Alcohol Support42 York Street, Twickenham, Middlesex, TW1 3BW020 8891 7998
Hampton Wick Surgery1-3 Upper Teddington Road, Hampton Wick, Middlesex, KT1 4DL020 8977 2638 / 2032
KCA - Richmond12-13 King Street, Richmond, Middlesex, TW9 1ND020 8948 7259
SPEAR Substance Misuse TeamRichmond Healthcare Hamlet, Kew Foot Road, Richmond, TW9 2TE020 8940 3331
Richmond Community Drug and Alcohol TeamRichmond Healthcare Hamlet, Kew Foot Road, Richmond, TW9 2TE020 8772 5679
Turning Point Ealing3-4 Featherstone Terrace, Southall, Southall, UB2 5AL020 8843 5900
Kingston Strategic Partnership for Alcohol and Drugs (SPAD)Royal Borough Of Kingston, Guildhall 1, Kingston Upon Thames, KT1 1EU020 8547 6011
ID TeamEagle Chambers, 18 Eden Street, Kingston Upon Thames, KT1 1BB020 8547 6954
Southall Drug and Alcohol Action ProgrammeKas House, Unit K, Middlesex Business Centre, Bridge Road, UB2 4AB020 8843 0945
ASCA Richmond233 Lower Mortlake Road, Richmond, Middlesex, TW9 2LL020 8940 1160
Max Glatt UnitNHS Mental Health Trust, St. Bernard's Site, Uxbridge Road, UB1 3EU020 8354 8039
North Road Surgery77 North Road, Richmond, Middlesex, TW9 4HQ020 8876 4442

 

Other Sources of Information and Support

Drinkaware

Drinkaware provides consumers with information to make informed decisions about the effects of alcohol on their lives and lifestyles. The charity aims to reduce alcohol misuse and minimise alcohol-related harm in the UK. Their public education programmes, grants, expert information, and resources help create awareness and effect positive change. An independent charity established in 2007, Drinkaware works alongside the medical profession, the alcohol industry and government to achieve its goals. For further information visit their website.

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Drinkline

Drinkline is the national alcohol helpline. If you're worried about your own or someone else's drinking, you can call the free helpline on 0800 917 8282, in complete confidence, 24 hours a day. They can put you in touch with your local alcohol advice centre for help and advice.

Email emma.logan@dh.gsi.gov.uk for further information.

NHS Choices: drinking and alcohol

Information from the NHS about safe drinking, units and tips on cutting down.

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NACOA: National Association for Children of Alcoholics

The National Association for Children of Alcoholics is a charity that supports the needs of children growing up in families where one or both parents suffer from alcoholism or a similar addictive problem.

Contact them by phone on 0800 358 3456.

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COAP: Children of Addicted Parents and People

COAP is a website with a peer-led online support network for young people affected by someone else's drug misuse, alcohol misuse or addiction to some form of behaviour.

COAP provides a place for young people to share their experiences and to support each other.

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Al-Anon

Al-Anon is a world-wide charity which offers understanding and support for families and friends of problem drinkers, whether the alcoholic is still drinking or not. Alateen, a part of Al-Anon is for young people aged 12 - 17 who have been affected by someone else's drinking, usually that of a parent.

Phone the national helpline on 0207 4030 888, Monday to Friday, between 10.00am and 10.00pm.

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Addaction

Addaction aims to help transform the lives of people affected by drug and alcohol problems by offering a wide range of services in England and Scotland. Not only do they help the individual recover from their dependency, but they also offer support to those closest to them. Working with families and loved ones forms a major part of Addaction's treatment ethos. Call them on 0207 251 5860 or visit their site.

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Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other so that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking.

Contact them by phone on 0845 7697 555, 24 hours a day.

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NOFAS-UK: National Organisation on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome UK

The National Organisation on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome is dedicated to eliminating birth defects caused by alcohol consumption during pregnancy, and to improving the quality of life for children, adults, families, carers and communities affected by Fetal Alcohol Syndrome and Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders.

Contact the helpline on 0870 0333 700.

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FAS Aware UK

FAS Aware UK contains information, resources and training materials relating to Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. They also offer face to face support and an online support forum for parents/carers who are not able to access a support group.

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The FASD Trust

The FASD Trust exists as a charity to raise awareness of FASD, thereby improving the understanding of those with FASD, increasing the support that those with FASD and their families or carers receive - not just from statutory bodies but also from the wider community - and preventing others being born with FASD.

Call their helpline on 01608 811 599.

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