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If you struggle with alcohol or drug misuse, you may find it helpful to get support from other people in the same situation. These organisations can help you to find the right group and get the support you need.
Below you will find a list of all services. If you only want to see the services relevant to you, choose one of the links under Services for or Services for people with.
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17 results in Group support.
Al - Anon provides support for anyone whose life is, or has been affected by someone else's drinking. Families and friends of people with alcohol problems share their experiences in groups. This can… Read more
|Website||Al - Anon website|
|Telephone number||020 7403 0888|
Alcoholics Anonymous - AA is a fellowship of men and women. They share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they might solve the problem of their drinking. A number of AA… Read more
|Website||Alcoholics Anonymous Edinburgh website|
|Telephone number||Helpline 0845 769 7555|
Cocaine Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women. They are all recovering addicts. They share experience, strength and hope with each other, so that they may solve their common problem and help… Read more
|Website||Cocaine Anonymous website|
|Telephone number||0141 959 6363|
CARS - the Community Addiction Recovery Service works with people over 16 years of age with a drug or alcohol problem. It helps people to create their own recovery plan. It offers group work… Read more
|Telephone number||0131 554 7516|
Families Anonymous meetings are for families and friends of people those with a drug or related behaviour problem. The group aims to help the family and friends of people with a current, suspected or… Read more
|Website||Families Anonymous website|
|Telephone number||0845 1200 660|
This service is for people aged 18 years and over who care for and are affected by someone else's use of drugs or alcohol. Service users can have one to one emotional support and counselling. There… Read more
|Website||VOCAL Family Support Addictions website|
|Telephone number||0131 622 6262|
We offer collective advocacy to people who have alcohol-related brain damage. We work to raise awareness and understanding of ARBD, tackle the stigma and promote ways of living positively with ARBD.… Read more
|Telephone number||07917 324615 or 07917 283760|
LEAP is an intensive programme for up to twenty people who want to stop drinking or using drugs. It is a therapeutic community. It supports people for three months, with structured activities every… Read more
|Telephone number||0131 446 4400|
Narcotics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women. They support each other to solve their problems with drugs. They share their experience, strength and hope.
|Website||Narcotics Anonymous website|
|Telephone number||0300 999 1212|
The NHS Substance Misuse Service provides in and out patient services. The Spittal Street Centre is a community based drugs and alcohol service for adults aged 18 years and over. It works with other… Read more
|Telephone number||0131 537 8300.|