If you, a family member or a friend have a problem with drugs, there's a wide range of services that can help.
Where to get help if you have a problem with drugs
The first step is to contact your GP, who will offer advice and support.
Organisations that can offer you support
- Cocaine Anonymous - A fellowship of men and women who support each other in their recovery from their addiction
- Narcotics Anonymous - A fellowship or society of men and women who support each other in their recovery from drugs
- The Source Cafe - A charity working with young people aged 11 - 25 in Rushmoor, Hart and West Surrey
- Mike Jackson House - Provides accommodation and support for homeless Veterans from the Armed forces
- Step by Step - Provides support for young people aged 11 - 25 years
- The Vine Day Centre - Supports vulnerable and homeless adults over 21
Organisations that can provide treatment
- Inclusion Aldershot - Provides treatment and support for adults over the age of 18
- Action on Addiction - Providing specialist addiction treatment
- Catch 22 - A free local service for young people aged under 19 years that also provides a 24/7 emergency number on 0800 5999591
- Safer North Hampshire - Offers information and signposts to other organisations
- Talk to Frank - Provides 24/7 telephone help, in 120 different languages if needed, on 0300 1236600