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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.

Church Terrace
Wisbech PE13 1BW
Phone: 0300 555 0101
Fax: 01945 465 959

Inclusion Cambridgeshire provides:
• Advice, Information and Harm Reduction
• Assessment and Referral
• Recovery Planning
• Pharmacological Interventions
• Psycho-social interventions
• Structured Treatment Programme
• Specialist Criminal Justice Interventions through our dedicated DIP Team
• Work with families and concerned others
• Recovery Champions Academy – where Service Users can train to support others
• Needle and Syringe Programme
• Blood Borne Virus testing and vaccination
• Referral to inpatient detoxification and rehabilitation
• Liaison with other professionals
• Access to employment and housing services
• Volunteer Programme

Richmond House
Richmond Road
East Sussex
Brighton BN2 3RL
Phone: 0800 014 9819

Offers a women's only service to prevent and reduce drug and alcohol related harm to women and their children.

This includes:
• Crèche
• Structured day programmes
• Outreach for sex workers
• Young women's group
• Open access and appointments/drop in
• LGBT Worker

11 Brunswick Square
Bristol BS2 8PE
Phone: 0117 987 6000

BDP offers confidential support for adults and young people who are using drugs or who are worried about someone else's substance misuse.

Services include:
• Auricular acupuncture
• Needle exchange
• Open access drop-in
• Advice & information
• Structured treatment
• Shared care (delivered at health centres across Bristol)
• Community detox
• Counselling
• Group-work programme
• Peer support project
• Cannabis support group
• Ketamine support group
• Family support service
• Early intervention/youth work service
• Housing support service
• Detached work
• Criminal justice work

465 Tavistock Road
Plymouth PL6 7HE
Phone: 01752 790 000
Fax: 01752 785 750

Broadreach House offers Detoxification/first stage treatment, along with a specialist 12 week programme for clients with serious physical or mental health issues who are better served by a facility that offers nursing. The programmes at Broadreach are available to both men and women.

The holistic programme is delivered in a safe drug and alcohol free environment. Our primary treatment includes assisted withdrawal/detox from alcohol, opiates, benzodiazepines and other drugs. Stabilisation programmes are also offered subject to discussion with us. Our team of doctors and nurses will explain your detox/stabilisation regime to you and our very experienced nurses and support workers will offer support and reassurance at every stage of the process. Our mixed gender treatment facility allows continued support to address issues in a longer term setting, and which also allows clients to prepare to return to the community drug and alcohol free.

During your treatment you will also work with counsellors, both individually and in groups, on understanding your alcohol or drug use, strengthening your motivation and building your confidence to change. Your allocated Counsellor will work with you on your individualised treatment plan and help you create goals for during and after treatment.

Totterdown Lane
Off Oldmixon Road
Weston-super-Mare BS24 9NN
Phone: 01934 812 319
Fax: 01934 815 381

Broadway Lodge provides residential treatment, counselling and support services for addiction. Detoxification can be provided for alcohol, illicit drugs, novel psychoactive substances and prescribed medication (pain relief/sedatives).

Also supports clients with secondary issues such as self-harm and eating disorders.

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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