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Self Help Groups

  • CITA - Council for Information on Tranquillisers and Antidepressants

    CITA was founded in 1987 to help patients and their families to cope with addiction to benzodiazapines and withdrawal from these drugs. CITA is also a resource to draw on for information generally about addiction to prescribed drugs and anxiety management and lobbies for recognition of this...
  • CodeineFree

    This is a web-based self-help group set up and run by people who understand the effects of codeine addiction. • They aim to provide • A safe moderated place to meet and chat • Information and links Support from people who know
  • Codependents Anonymous

    Co-Dependents Anonymous (CoDA) is a set of informal self-help groups made up of men and women with a common interest in working through the problems that co-dependency has caused in their lives. CoDA's programme of recovery is based on that of Alcoholics Anonymous. CoDA's purpose is to offer a...
  • Council for Involuntary Tranquilliser Addiction (CITA)

    help with tranquilliser addiction
  • Covenant Dependency Centre

    The Centre provides the following services to people with drug and alcohol problems: • Free assessment • Telephone advice • In-patient treatment for alcohol and drug dependence • 12-step programme • Group and individual therapy • Consultant psychiatrist • Detoxification • Family...
  • Cranstoun Drug Services

    Cranstoun Drug Services is a not for profit, independent, registered charity providing a range of specialist treatment and rehabilitation services with the aim of reducing the impact and harm caused by drug use to individuals and communities. Each year Cranstoun reaches thousands of drug users in...
  • Cygnet Health Care

    Cygnet Hospital Harrow offers private specialised help for psychological and emotional problems and all addictions including alcohol, drug and gambling. Treatment is available as outpatient sessions or inpatient care and aftercare therapy. It is part of Cygnet Health Care which operates...
  • Drugcare

    Confidential advice. For those who see drugs and/or alcohol as a problem - either as a user, a friend or a family member.
  • Drugline Limited

    Counsels addicts and families.
  • Drugs in School Helpline

    For pupils, teachers, govenors or parents concerned with drugs incidents in schools.