Services for people who are dependent on drugs and alcohol, and their families.
Support and information for family and friends of people with drug or alcohol problems.
0800 9177 650 (helpline)
National network of local Alcoholics Anonymous groups.
British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP)
0161 705 4304
Details of accredited CBT therapists.
Club Drug Clinic
020 3315 6111 (advice line)
For anyone concerned about their use of recreational drugs.
Cocaine Anonymous UK
0800 612 0225 (helpline)
Help for anyone who wants to stop using cocaine.
Aims to reduce alcohol misuse and harm.
Information about drugs.
Information about psychoactive substances, including prescribed drugs.
0845 1200 660 (helpline)
Self-help groups for families and friends of people with a drug problem.
0300 123 6600
Comprehensive information about recreational drugs, and free 24-hour helpline.
Government web page on the law on drugs and driving.
0300 124 0373 (helpline)
Help for anyone worried about cannabis use.
0300 999 1212
User-led group of men and women who support each other to stop using drugs.
National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE)
Provides guidance on health and social care.
Includes advice on stopping smoking and advice for students on smoking, alcohol and drugs.
Progress – National Consortium of Consultant Nurses in Dual Diagnosis and Substance Use
Website for nurses, which includes information for people with dual diagnosis.
Public Health England
Information page and support for people addicted to drugs.
Provides services for people with drug, alcohol and mental health problems.
This information was published in November 2016. We will revise it in 2019.