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Useful organisations

This section of DLF Data contains details of numerous voluntary organisations, Government agencies, support groups and other contacts that may be useful to older and disabled people and their carers. If you find any information that is incorrect please email Data Services to let us know which 'Contact' is incorrect and what information needs changing. If you would like to be added to the database please complete these questions.

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Drug Addiction/Addiction/Alcohol

National charity working with families affected by drugs and alcohol, and is a leading agency in substance related family work. Provides a range of publications and resources for families, and operates an online message board and searchable database of local support groups. Runs a range of training programmes on substances and family support, and operates direct support services at London prisons for families of prisoners with drug problems. List of resources is available.

Address:

  • 25 Corsham Street
  • London
  • N1 6DR

Centre of expertise on drugs. Aims to inform policy development and reduce drug related risk. Provides drug information, promotes effective responses to drug taking, undertakes research, advises on policy making and encourages informed debate, and speaks for member bodies working on the ground.

Address:

Hope UK enables young people to make drug-free choices by training volunteers to become Drug Educators in their own communities.

Address:

  • 25f Copperfield Street
  • London
  • SE1 0EN

  • Telephone: 020 7928 0848
  • Fax: 020 7401 3477

Aims to offer support and face to face counselling for young people with experience of drug or substance abuse. Run a needle exchange service and a national helpline, open Mon-Thur, 4pm-8pm. Also produce a wide range of publications related to substance abuse.

Address:

  • Suite 2A Basil Chambers
  • 65 High Street
  • Manchester
  • M4 1FS

  • Telephone: 0161 200 5486

Works in the field of preventative education. Encompasses the areas of health and personal and social education, with particular expertise and experience in alcohol and drug education and demand reduction.

Address:

  • 257 Alcester Road South
  • Kings Heath
  • Birmingham
  • B14 6DT

Provide advice, counselling and a sympathetic ear for all those who have a problem with drugs both illegal or prescribed.

Address:

  • 124-128 City Road
  • London
  • EC1V 2NJ

To provide service for people with complex needs, including those affected by drug and alcohol misuse, mental health problems, unemployment and those with a learning disability.

Address:

  • Standon House
  • 21 Mansell Street
  • London
  • E1 8AA

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