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Self Help UK

Self Help Groups

  • Parents Against Drug Abuse (PADA)

    Support for the families and varers of substance misusers
  • A Life Without

    A group set up by volunteers who have suffered the stranglehold of homelessness, drink, drugs and depression. We are all service users or ex service users.
  • Adapt

    Treatment centres for people with alcohol and drug problems.
  • Addaction

    Addaction began in 1967 as an association of parents of addicts which became the Association for the Prevention of Addiction. It is now a major service providing charity staffed by professional paid workers and volunteers and manages projects around the country. Addaction's activities include the...
  • Addaction Maya Project

    The Maya Project is a residential drug rehabilitation project for women who want to change their lifestyle and live without the use of mind-altering substances. It is a women-only project which admits single women, women with children (under 18 years of age), pregnant women, and prioritizes women...
  • Addiction Recovery Foundation

    Publishers of the magazine "Addiction Today"
  • Addiction Today

    Addiction Today is a bi-monthly magazine devoted to leading-edge and evidence-based treatment and good practice. Articles include therapeutic techniques, research, news, complementary medicines, relevant legislation, lists of self-help groups and treatment centres, details of seminars and...
  • ADFAM National

    The national umbrella organisation for families affected by someone else’s substance use. Information about local support networks for families and resources, publications and training for professionals.
  • Alexander Clinic

    The Alexander Clinic provides a specialised treatment programme designed to meet the needs of those who suffer from alcohol, drug and gambling dependence. Alcoholism and addictive behaviours often have a devastating emotional impact upon families. As part of the treatment, counselling and support...
  • Alexandra House

    Alexandra House will provide 49 rooms for secondary care treatment of people who have had problems with drugs and alcohol. It will also provide the opportunity to achieve educational and artisan qualifications and gain self esteem. Support and counseling will be available 24 hours 7 days a...