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This is a list of services in your local area, along with some national agencies you can contact no matter where you live. Some of the services listed below may not be available to everyone. They might be specific to a certain age group, or require a referral from GP or health professional.

We recommend you ring ahead first, to see if it's the most suitable choice.

109-111 Coventry Street
Kidderminster DY10 2BH
Phone: 0300 303 8200
Fax: 08718 955 615

Swanswell, delivering services as part of the Worcestershire Recovery Partnership, provides support to young people (17 years and under) who are using alcohol/drugs/legal highs or are affected by someone else's alcohol/drug use. We can also offer support and advice to parents whose children (17 and under) drink or use drugs.

Basement House
10 Carlton Street
West Yorkshire
Halifax HX1 2AL
Phone: 01422 383 063

Provides a regular drop in Breakfast Club for those who are socially excluded or homeless in Calderdale. It also offers routes into treatment for alcohol and drug dependency and runs an abstinence based recovery programme. As well as links and advice around housing, employment, training and education, there are regular recovery based meetings.

St. John’s House
2 St. John’s Lane
West Yorkshire
Halifax HX1 2JD
Phone: 01422 415 550

An independent self-help organisation that offers support and inspiration to people involved with alcohol and / or substance misuse, and the opportunity of a new sustained abstinent lifestyle.

The service has a recovery, detoxification and relapse programme to help people get clean from alcohol and / or drugs and to understand more about the nature of the addictive illness; with this understanding people can manage a life free from addiction.

It also offers a sober-living therapeutic community that further supports people towards living drug and / or alcohol free in their community, a breakfast club and drop-in centre as well as a bespoke volunteer training programme

41 Thomas Street
Greater Manchester
Manchester M4 1LW
Phone: 0161 839 2054
Fax: 0161 272 8123

Eclypse is a free and confidential drug and alcohol service for young people under 19 and families in Manchester. We provide access to treatment for drugs and/or alcohol (including smoking cessation) and offer holistic support to children, young people and families.

The treatment team works with young people under 19 years who are using or at risk of using drugs and alcohol. The family team works with children affected by parental substance misuse and their parents to promote resilience and family unity. We offer group work programmes, peer mentoring training and can deliver bespoke professional training.


153 Stratford Road
West Midlands
Birmingham B11 1AH
Phone: 0121 448 3883

KIKIT Pathways to Recovery, BME specialist community-based drug & alcohol support services offering flexible support ranging from multilingual advice and information to culturally sensitive structured treatment programmes.

We offer a community based holistic support programme tailored to the needs of the service user.

This support includes:
• Drop in – open access service – walk in assessment
• Drug testing
• Outreach services
• Harm reduction advice and information
• Needle exchange service
• Referrals to other appropriate services
• Assessment for substance misuse problems
• One-to-one sessions
• Drug awareness workshops
• Alternative therapies
• Support for family, friends and carers
• Housing advice and information surgery
• BME Recovery Forum
• Health assessments – screening for Hepatitis and vaccination against Hepatitis B
• Support groups (BME Womens support group, Muslim Recovery Network, KIKIT support group)
• Specialist khat project

Remember the people at these organisations are professionally trained and must keep everything you say confidential.

If you're having trouble finding the right type of help, you can always call FRANK on 0300 123 6600 and we can talk through your options.

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