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    Al-Anon Family Groups

    Al-Anon Family Groups offer support and understanding to the families and friends of problem drinkers. Al-Anon Family Groups hold regular meetings where members share their own experience of living with alcoholism. Al-Anon does not offer advice or counselling, but members aim to give each other…
    Telephone Confidential Helpline 020 7403 0888

    Alcohol and Drug Rehabilitation - Recovery.org.uk

    Recovery provides you with the best and most up to date impartial advice on recovery sources across the United Kingdom.  Recovery offers a confidential assessment of treatment needs provided by an addictions specialist, and personal support throughout the journey. If you're worried that you or someone…
    Telephone 0800 044 8340 (Helpline) Telephone 020 3553 0324 (Helpline)

    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

    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)

    Catch 22 - drugs, alcohol and sexual health support service in Merton

    Catch 22 delivers Merton Young Person's Risk and Resilience Service (C22 DISC) - a specialist service that supports young people to reduce the use of substances, promote sexual health and positive health choices through early intervention, prevention and substance misuse treatment for young people aged 24…
    Telephone 020 3701 8641/43

    Families Anonymous (Drug Abuse Support)

    Families Anonymous aims to help friends and families of drug abusers by providing mutual support groups and offering a forum where experiences and anxieties can be shared. A free information pack, including details of all meetings, is sent to every enquirer.
    Telephone 0845 1200 660 (helpline) Telephone 020 7498 4680

    FRANK - Friendly, confidential drugs advice

    FRANK provides friendly, free and confidential information 24/7 for young people and their families about drugs, addiction, where to get help and what to do if you're worried that someone you know is taking drugs.
    Telephone 0300 123 6600 Telephone TEXT 82111

    Free Drug and Alcohol Helpline

    Dear Albert is a peer-led, Recovery focused social enterprise specialising in helping people resolve substance use issues. We have links with peer support fellowships such as Smart Recovery, ACT PR and 12 Steps. We work in close collaboration with statutory funded drug and alcohol agencies,…
    Telephone 0800 880 3153 (helpline) Telephone 07712 707999 (text)

    The Mix - Essential support for under 25s

    The Mix (formerly YouthNet) provides information and emotional support for young people in the UK. Offers peer support and advice and guidance to support young people with challenges they may face, including in the areas of mental health, sex and relationships, crime and safety, bullying, drugs and…
    Telephone 0808 808 4994 (free)

    The National Association for Children of Alcoholics

    You can be a child of an alcoholic at 1 or 101. Whatever your age, it doesn't change the fact that your parent drinks too much, and the problems this brings. You are not alone; there are many children going through similar things. When a…
    Telephone Free, Confidential Helpline 0800 358 3456 Telephone 0117 924 8005
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