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We know that ‘recovery’ can mean different things to different people. Whether you want to become abstinent, reduce your alcohol use, or learn about harm reduction, we can help you work toward your goals and connect you to community resources. We will work with you toward whatever goals you set yourself, to help you improve your wellbeing

Our team of nurses, doctors and recovery workers will tailor a support plan that’s unique to you. We work in partnership with Turning Point and London Friend to make sure you have access to the best support possible that is inclusive of everyone’s needs, including women, LGBTQ+ and minority communities

Find out more about reducing your drug and alcohol use

What kinds of support can I get to reduce my drug and alcohol use?

Once you fill in a referral form, we’ll be in touch to have a conversation with you to discuss your goals and how we can help you achieve them. You will have a recovery worker who will support you along your journey and who can help you with:

  • Arranging medical support and prescribing
  • Accessing support groups
  • Hepatitis C testing and treatment
  • Sexual health testing
  • Housing support
  • Employment support
  • Accessing community groups
  • Becoming a peer mentor through our training
  • Getting support for your friends, family or carer

Am I eligible to get support to reduce my drug and alcohol use?

You can get free support from us, as long as you are:

  • Aged 18 or over
  • A resident of the City of London or Hackney

How can I get support for my drug and alcohol use?

If you’d like to get support to help reduce or manage your drug and alcohol use, please navigate to Turning Point’s self-referral form and fill it in

Fill in a referral form

Or call us 

Or email us

Fill in a referral form here

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