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Drug and alcohol users requiring treatment will be assessed by the Primary Care Drug and Alcohol Service in the first instance. Only if the individual has complex care needs will a referral to the Beresford be made, including one or more of the following: severe and enduring mental health issues, severe and complex physical health problems, chemical dependence on both alcohol and opiates, pregnancy, high risk offending or those with a history of violent offending, high risk of suicide and serious self-harm.
020 3228 1700
Dear Albert is a social enterprise which specialises in peer mentoring and making recovery more visible by bringing together existing resources. We have strong links with peer support fellowships such as Smart Recovery, NA, AA and work closely with statutory funded drug and alcohol agencies, private rehabs, local authorities and substance misuse charities.
0845 387 0401
Offers community care assessments in which the worker will meet with the service user to develop a care plan. This could consist of accessing community treatment or inpatient detox and residential rehabilitation. One to one counselling therapy sessions and an Alcohol Support Group are available. Therapeutic approach encompasses various counselling methods such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Person Centred Therapy, Solution Focused Brief Therapy, Brief Interventions, Motivational Interviewing and relapse prevention strategies. If funded treatment is considered…
020 8319 5350
Greenwich Stop Smoking Service has over 300 trained advisors in pharmacies, GP practices and Charlton Athletic Community Trust’s 'Kick the Habbit' street teams across the Royal Borough so free support to stop smoking is just around the corner. The service offers lots of different types of free support and advice on kicking the habit to people who live or work in the Greenwich borough such as one-to-one, groups, pregnancy, on the street, young people, mobility impaired and support for work places.
0800 470 4831 or text 'QUIT' to 60060
A specialist domestic violence and abuse/drug and alcohol worker is based in the Moving on Support Team (MOST), one of Royal Greenwich's resettlement teams in the Housing Options Service.
020 8921 2967
Talk to Frank provides information and advice about drugs and alcohol. It is a non-judgmental, confidential service. You can talk to FRANK for free and in confidence 24 hours a day on 0300 123 6600. There is also a live chat service on the website, available 2pm-6pm, or you can email email@example.com
0300 123 6600
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