Drug and alcohol Issues support and help in Devon and Cornwall

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  • Addaction


    Drugs or alcohol causing you problems?
    Addaction Cornwall and RISE in Devon provide a gateway to detox across the South West. YZUP in Cornwall also offers support to under 18s. We offer a free, confidential and non-judgmental service, open to all those who feel their alcohol/drug use is becoming a problem. Our service doesn’t just address drug and alcohol use, but offers education, training, employment and volunteering opportunities, peer support and support for family and friends. Visit www.addaction.org.uk or call 08451 302605

    Call: 08451 302605

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  • Adfam


    Improving support for families affected by drugs and alcohol
    Knowing how to support a drug or alcohol user - and look after yourself - can be complicated and difficult. This is a good place to start. Adfam provides information, local support groups and helplines for anyone affected by someone else’s substance use.

    Call: Website Support Only

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  • Veterans Peer Support

    Veterans Peer Support

    Peer to peer Outreach support
    Veterans Peer Support recognises that drug and alcohol abuse sometimes goes hand in hand with mental health issues. We have a dedicated drug and alcohol outreach worker you can chat to about your concerns.

    Call: 07929 923457

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  • Al  Anon

    Al Anon

    Group support for alcohol issues
    Al-Anon works by members attending meetings, where you will hear about situations much like your own. Members help each other by sharing their own experience and how they have used the Al-Anon programme to change their attitudes and behaviour, whether the alcoholic is still drinking or not. You can share your story if you'd find that helpful, but no one expects anything of you except that you respect the confidentiality of the other members of the group. You can, of course, phone the helpline on 020 7403 0888 and talk to a member before attending your first meeting, but its optional.

    Call: 020 7403 0888

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  • Alcoholics Anonymous

    Alcoholics Anonymous

    If you think you have a problem with drinking, we're here to help.
    Millions of men and women have heard or read about the unique Fellowship called Alcoholics Anonymous since its founding in 1935. Of these, more than 2,000,000 now call themselves members. People who once drank to excess, they finally acknowledged that they could not handle alcohol, and now live a new way of life without it. Our website provides all the information you need to get started with us on the road to sobriety, whether that be by joining a local meeting, or calling our support line.

    Call: 0845 769 7555

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  • Alcohol Concern

    Alcohol Concern

    Is your drinking impacting on your life or someone you care about?
    If you're worried about your own or someone else's drinking, contact Drinkline for a confidential conversation. Call free on 0300 123 1110 (weekdays 9am until 8pm, weekends 11am until 4pm).

    Call: 020 7566 9800

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  • WILD Young Parents Project

    WILD Young Parents Project

    Young parents and drug and alcohol issues
    WILD helps young parents understand how drugs and alcohol can affect you and your children. WILD gives advice and support to help you cope with problems with drugs and alcohol.

    Call: 01209 210077

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  • Cornwall Rape and Sexual Abuse Centre

    Cornwall Rape and Sexual Abuse Centre

    if you use drugs or alcohol we can help you.
    If your alcohol or drug use is causing you problems we can help you get more support. Some people are using these substances to mask their feelings and cope with life. You may be using them to cope with being sexually abused.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 01872 303038

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  • British Legion

    British Legion

    Outreach Service
    We are there to help serving, ex-serving and their families and we offer an Outreach service to help those to engage with the right services to help them with the issues they are facing.

    Call: 0808 802 8080

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  • The Zone

    The Zone

    Would you like support with drugs and alcohol?
    We offer free and confidential support on a one to one basis to young people aged 13 - 25. Our drop in is open Monday to Friday between 12pm - 5pm. There's no need to make an appointment.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 01752 206626

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  • Safer Stronger Consortium

    Safer Stronger Consortium

    Do you need support with drugs or alcohol issues as a result of a crime?
    In Cornwall SSC has a number of member organisations who can offer support to cope with drug or alcohol problems. These include; Pentreath, Victim Support, Remembering Our Roots, CASSPLUS, White Gold, Konnect Cornwall, Active Plus, Equus. You can identify them by the Safer Stronger Logo. To be referred to any of our member organisations, please contact the SSC Coordinator.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 07949 455 443

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  • Action for Children

    Action for Children

    Alcohol and substance misuse
    Our integrated services offer effective substance misuse advice and support to all children and young people. We do this though our outreach services, drop-in centres and helplines, plus other follow-on support. And by offering advice and information to parents and carers we can ensure they seek specialist help and support. That way, we can tackle drug and alcohol misuse among young people and change lives for the better. For more information visit the 'our services' section of our website.

    Call: 01923 361 500

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  • Equus Solutions

    Equus Solutions

    EQUUS SOLUTIONS Drug and Alcohol Issues
    We have five years experience of delivering programmes of therapy, growth and learning supporting those early in their Recovery.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 01736711508

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  • The Children's Society

    The Children's Society

    Children affected by adult substance misuse
    For children living in families where parents are affected by drugs or alcohol misuse, life can be extremely challenging. These children are often affected by domestic violence, poverty, low self-esteem and may be forced into prostitution. With a lack of dedicated services and funding to address this area, we are leading the way in developing programmes to identify and support these children.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 0300 303 7000

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  • Konnect Cornwall CIC

    Konnect Cornwall CIC

    Want help with drugs / drink?
    Our staff are experienced in helping people work through problems including drug / alcohol issues by ‘Konnecting’ those people to existing and relevant bespoke provisions whilst helping them deal with immediate issues and future crime prevention. By fully assessing / risk managing situations using experienced and caring staff from professional backgrounds, we can help individuals progress through motivational / mentoring tools such as coaching to give inspiring and enabling support.

    Call: 01736 339277

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  • Barnardos West Devon Children's Centres

    We link in with Drug and Alcohol agencies
    We understand that you may have drug and alcohol issues and can support you discreetly to link in with the agency or service that can help you.

    Call: 01822 614210 / 01837 658621

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  • Remembering Our Roots CIC

    Remembering Our Roots CIC

    1 to 1 Bushcraft, Survival Skills & Mentoring
    We provide opportunities for victims of crime to spend time reconnecting to nature, reflecting & coming to terms with their experiences and learning tools to help them to move forwards positively, joyfully and confidently with their lives. Depending on the individual, we will recommend which of our team could be most appropriate for you. Between us we have qualifications & experience in Counselling, Eco-Therapy, Bushcraft & Survival, Mythological Storytelling & Life-Coaching.

    Call: 07854 102646

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Talk to the Victim Care Unit

Call: 01392 475900


I do not want to report the crime to the police but I still want support

Call: 0300 3030 554

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