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Self Help UK


Organisation name
ARP is a charity providing residential and non-residential support to people with all kinds of alcohol problems. ARP is the largest alcohol service in the UK and is experienced in helping people of all backgrounds with a variety of alcohol problems.

ARP offers a safe and drink-free environment in which people can explore their drinking behaviour and its effect on their lives. There is a complex range of reasons why people develop an alcohol problem so ARP offers a wide range of services. The whole ethos of ARP is based on providing a friendly, non-judgemental service, that focuses on users identifying, with ARP's support, the steps they want to take to tackle their difficulties. All ARP services are free. They include the following:
• Structured day care
• Residential programmes
• Post-detox assessment
• Drop-in
• Individual and group counselling
• Welfare rights advice
• Resettlement support
• Specialist services for women, black people, young people, crack/alcohol users and women experiencing domestic violence
The first point of contact is usually through one of ARP's direct access centres or through its Accommodation Assessment Team.
Street address
2nd Floor
7 Holyrood Street

Greater London
Web Addresswww.arp-uk.org
Main Phone No
020 7234 9940
020 7357 6712
Is this a national or local organisation?
Is there a local support network?
Not applicable