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ACAD - Advice and Counselling on Alcohol and Drugs

An organisation which provides counselling, advice and information services to people, or those close to them, with an alcohol or drugs problem. Contact details, information about the services the charity provides, how to benefit from them and how to help.


Addaction is a leading UK charity working solely in the field of drug and alcohol treatment. Clients come from all backgrounds and are of all ages. Some have long-term addiction and dependency problems. Addaction assess their needs and provide a programme to help them work towards abstinence.


Is the leading drug and alcohol agency in North Wales. CAIS Provides a range of services to help clients overcome their drug or alcohol problem. CAIS offer counselling in the community to individuals or family members. CAIS manage a 24-bed Detoxification and Rehabilitation Unit in Wrexham, North Wales and run a Residential Rehabilitation in Bangor, North Wales.

Cocaine Anonymous UK Online

Cocaine Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other so that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from their addiction.

Crew 2000

Edinburgh based group of young people, club goers and others committed to giving accurate credible information to young people about drugs and related issues. Online information includes sections on drugs and driving, women and drug use, and safer dancing guidelines.

Drug and Alcohol Action Programme (DAAP)

The DAAP has established an innovative drug education programme to meet the needs of South Asian, African-Caribbean and Somali communities in Southall and South Acton, West London.


This site focuses on substance misuse services available to young people in Camden and Islington. It aims to provide young people with harm minimisation information around drug and alcohol use and basic drug information. The site also provides details of available services in the two boroughs for young people,and other sources of information.

London Drug and Alcohol Network

The London Drug & Alcohol Network (LDAN) is a London-wide voluntary organisation. It was set up in January 2001 to provide advice, information and support to frontline services - those working directly with people who have drug and alcohol problems in London.

National Drugs Helpline

Accurate information and advice on drugs

Recovery from Drug and Alcohol Abuse

Information and advice centre concerning drug and alcohol abuse. Intended to help those with a drug or alcohol problem - and their family or friends.

Scottish Drugs Forum

Scottish Drugs Forum maintains that there is no single solution to Scotlands complex drugs problem and advocate a multi-agency approach to addressing the issue. They believe that drug use will only be tackled effectively in partnership and through a cohesive, co-ordinated response.

Substance Misuse Net

This site is about the use and misuse of drugs and alcohol. It aims to raise awareness and understanding of substance misuse, the problems it creates and the ways to deal with these problems.

Talk To Frank

For free confidential drugs information and advice 24 hours a day talk to FRANK. If you're deaf you can Textphone FRANK on 0800 917 8765. Or email frank@talktofrank.com.

The Ballymena Family and Addict Support Group

Support group for families of individuals affected by substance abuse in Ballymena, Co.Antrim. Information on services offered, particularly for parents.

The Centre for Recovery

The Centre for Recovery has good information and advice about alcohol and drug abuse

The Early Break Drugs Project

The Early Break Drugs Project is a counselling, support, and information service for young people aged 18 and under who are around drug and alcohol use.
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