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    Adfam

    Adfam is the leading national organisation working with and for families affected by drugs and alcohol. Families need support. The strain of living with someone else's drug or alcohol use is more than most people can cope with alone. Adfam knows that there is not…

    Alcoholics Anonymous

    Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. AA meetings are held in and around Merton and you can find…
    Telephone 0800 9177 650 - National Helpline

    Antidote (London Friend) - LGB&T support

    Established in 1972 London Friend is the UK’s oldest Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans charity support the health and mental well-being of the LGB&T community in and around London. They offer counselling and support around issues such as same-sex relationships, sexual and gender identity and promoting…
    Telephone 020 7833 1674 (drug or alcohol issues) Telephone 020 7837 3337 (general helpline)

    Association for the Polish Family (Polish Family Association)

    The Association provide advice and support in the fields of well-being, education, health, social and economic deprivation. They offer a full range of services including Polish after school clubs, playgroups and gardening programmes. They can sign-post and refer to other agencies, and their advice is…

    The Avanti Club (mental health support group)

    The Avanti Club offers a warm and welcoming environment to those experiencing mental health difficulties. Every Monday there will be a distinct theme focusing on Mind, Body, Soul and Connect. The Avanti Club will not only create a sense of community and connection but will teach…

    Cassiobury Court (drug & alcohol addiction treatment)

    Cassiobury Court is a residential drug rehabilitation facility.  Cassiobury Court offers personalised holistic treatment programmes for alcohol and drug dependency, including detoxification and aftercare, in a relaxed and comfortable environment. Gambling addiction and eating disorder treatments are also available. 
    Telephone 01923 804 139 (admissions) Telephone 0800 500 3129 (freephone 24/7)

    Community Drug Service for South London (CDARS)

    A local voluntary agency set up in the community, for the community. The project currently provides emotional, practical and social support to alcohol and substance users, including people who misuse or are dependent on legal substances and prescribed medications, legal highs or club drugs. Support…
    Telephone 020 8773 1881

    CST (Community Security Trust)

    CST is a charity working to protect Britain’s Jewish communities and to promote good relations between British Jews and the rest of British society. They provide assistance as well as practical advice around a range of topics. CST has a dedicated team which deals with…
    Telephone 0800 032 3263 (24 hour emergency) Telephone 020 8457 9999 (London Head Office)

    Drinkaware

    Drinkline provides free, confidential advice and information to callers worried about their own drinking, parents worried about their children, children worried about their parents and advice on where to go for further help. The site includes information on how alcohol affects short and long term…
    Telephone 0300 123 1110 - Helpline Telephone 020 7766 9900

    Embrace Age - Wimbledon Guild support group

    Growing older can affect us in different ways.  Embrace Age is for Merton residents aged over 60 years who are experiencing stress, anxiety, loneliness or depression often associated with aging.  The group has been set up to provide a place where they can confidentially discuss…
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