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Self Help UK

Self Help Groups

  • National Drug Prevention Alliance

    The NDPA is a network of concerned citizens and prevention professionals who believe that drug-free, healthy lifestyles will protect and enhance society and its stability for present and future generations. The NPDA promotes effective policies, using all means available to its members including...
  • National Drugs Helpline

    drugs helpline
  • National Treatment Agency

    The National Treatment Agency (NTA) is a special health authority to improve the availability, capacity and effectiveness of treatment for drug misuse in England. In other words, to ensure that there is more treatment, better treatment, and fairer treatment available to all those who need...
  • Nationwide TT Register

    The TT Register aims to offer initial help and information by correspondence exchange to people with alcohol related problems. Support is also offered for those wishing to sustain a 'stay dry' lifestyle.
  • NHS Smoking Helpline

    Commissioned by the Central Office of Information and funded by the Department of Health, this phoneline, and the Smokefree website, offers free information, advice and support to people who are giving up smoking, and those who have given up smoking and do not want to start again. The service is...
  • North East Council on Addictions

    Free and confidential service to help people trying to overcome benzodiazepine addiction.
  • Northern Ireland Community Addiction Service

    Support and advice, plus information on safe and sensible levels of drinking.
  • Over-Count Drugs Information and Advice Agency

    Over-Count Drugs Information Agency provides professional and specialist advice and help about all aspects concerning the abuse and misuse of any over-the-counter, non-prescription drug or medicine, which can be purchased at any UK/Ireland pharmacy. The substances that they deal with...
  • Overeaters Anonymous

  • Parents Against Drug Abuse (PADA)

    Parents Against Drug Abuse offer support to parents and carers of drug users PADA offers: • National helpline • One to one support • Alternative therapies • Community training • Advice and information • A young person/parent conciliation service • The 'Duke of Westminister Annual...