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Self Help Groups

  • Phoenix Futures

    Phoenix Futures is a leading UK network of drug and alcohol treatment specialists. The charity provides a range of services in communities, prisons and residential centres that each year help thousands of people transform their lives. Phoenix Futures exists to give substance misusers the...
  • Pierpoint Group

    The Pierpoint Group, established in 1988, is based in the sea-side resort of St. Annes-on-Sea in Lancashire. It comprises three units set up to provide intervention through assessment, detoxification, treatment and rehabilitation for adults who have drug and/or alcohol addictions. A modular...
  • Priory Group

    The Priory Group is Europe's leading independent provider of acute and secure mental health, complex care, neuro-rehabilitation and specialist educational services. Priory operates a national network of acute hospitals that provide psychiatric services for people with conditions such as:...
  • PROMIS Recovery Centre

    PROMIS Recovery Centre offers treatments for patients in need of individual care, with associated problems relating to alcohol abuse, drug dependency, eating disorders (anorexia, bulimia, overeating), depression, anxiety, stress, relationship difficulties, gambling, obsessive compulsive disorder...
  • Rainbow House

    Rainbow House is a residential rehabilitation unit offering abstinence-based treatment for alcohol/drug addiction. The six-month programme is based on cognitive behavioural therapy in groupwork, individual counselling and keyworking. Clients are accepted from anywhere in the UK.
  • RAPt (Rehabilitation for Addicted Prisoners Trust)

    RAPt is a charity providing 12-step substance abuse treatment programmes, based on total abstinence, to those involved in the criminal justice system, together with support services to enable addicts to achieve and maintain recovery and lead law-abiding lives. • Based on the principles of 12-step...
  • Re-Solv

    Re-Solv (the Society for the Prevention of Solvent & Volatile Substance Abuse) was established as an independent charity in 1984 and is solely concerned with all aspects of volatile substance abuse prevention. Currently at least one person dies every week inhaling volatile chemicals contained...
  • S4A (Support for Alcohol)

    We are a peer led voluntary community support service, offering an alternative choice for people over 18 years of age who have a desire to address, or overcome difficulties that are based around their alcohol consumption/dependency, attaining sobriety or safe levels of drinking. Individuals are...
  • SHARP

    SHARP is an out-patient treatment programme for drug and alcohol dependency operating in Greater London, Liverpool and Bournemouth. To participate, clients must be at least 24 hours substance free. Features of the programme are as follows. • Structured day programme 12-step abstinence based over...
  • Sick Doctors' Trust

    The Trust aims to provide early intervention and treatment for doctors suffering from addiction to alcohol or other drugs, thus protecting patients while offering hope, recovery and rehabilitation to affected colleagues and their families