No Panic is a registered charity which helps people who suffer from Panic Attacks, Phobias, Obsessive Compulsive Disorders and other related anxiety disorders including those people who are trying to give up Tranquillizers. No Panic also provides support for the carers of people who suffer from anxiety disorders.
ODAAT is a drug and alcohol recovery programme that is structured as a three-stage quasi-residential programme with professional therapeutic input. It is for men aged 18-60.
Overeaters Anonymous is a Fellowship of individuals who, through shared experience, strength and hope, are recovering from compulsive overeating. The OA Programme is based on the twelve step recovery programme of Alcoholics Anonymous. In OA we admit that we are powerless over food and cannot manage our eating behaviours alone. In OA we find others who can help us to find a saner and more beneficial way to deal with our eating problems and our living problems.
Pembroke House is a multi-use community space in Walworth, south-east London. They offer free community activities and volunteer opportunities so that people can get involved in their local community and improve their wellbeing.
RADAR comprises of a range of services in Southwark working together to reduce crime. It provides intensive support for offenders (not on probation licence) with addiction, housing, relationship, benefits & debt advice, problem solving, mental & physical health, education and training to help avoid offending in the future.
Recovery in Action aims to reduce the social isolation experienced by people with mental health issues, living within our inner city communities. Through a structured programme of group work and tailored one-to-one support the project enables participants to identify and achieve personal goals, work towards better social integration and develop pathways to a healthier, more positive and sustainable life experience.
Rehab Online is a directory of residential rehabilitation services for adult drug and/or alcohol misusers in England and Wales. It will give you information about these services, whether you are a member of the public, a professional or a service user.
Release believes in a just and fair society where drug policies should reduce the harms associated with drugs, and where those who use drugs are treated based on principles of human rights, dignity and equality.
We help first and second generation Scots who may be struggling with London life. We run assisted housing communities for the elderly and those with disabilities, offer financial help to students and those re-training for new careers, help for low income families and a host of other support functions for the Scottish community.
12-bed, rapid response service for people who misuse drugs or alcohol.
The Addictions Healthcare Professionals Service offers a Party Drugs Clinic, a Specialist Drugs Clinic and a Specialist Alcohol Clinic.
The Salvation Army is a worldwide Christian church and registered charity. They run a number of different services from their community church in Southwark, including services for homeless people.
Spires is a South London based charity that helps hundreds of homeless and disadvantaged people all year round. We work to improve the quality of life of people who are homeless, insecurely housed, unemployed or suffering from the effects of poverty, mental ill health and loneliness.
Sporting Recovery support people with complex care needs achieve structure and promote social interaction in their daily lives. As a non-profit company that provides exercise activities for mental wellbeing, they intergrate team sport activities, nutritional advice & support and sports education to people on their recovery pathway.
The stop smoking clinic offers one-on-one sessions with qualified counsellors.
FRANK is a national drug education service jointly established by the Department of Health and Home Office of the British government in 2003. You can find out everything you want to know about drugs, like what effects they have and what the law says.
The Awareness Centre is a counselling centre in Clapham SW4, offering mental health services and talking therapies. TAC has a team of more than 150 experienced, qualified and accredited therapists, offering counselling, psychotherapy and psychology, in more than 25 languages, on a short-term and open-ended basis to support the mental health and emotional wellbeing of individuals, couples and families.
The Core Trust is a place of clinical distinction where people and families affected by drugs and alcohol come to recover and reconnect with the world. We take referrals from all local authorities and from self-funding clients. Set in a row of Victorian cottages in Marylebone, London, we couldn't be in a more tranquil setting or be easier to get to.
The Haven is a Registered Care Home which is a sanctuary for 26 men with long-term alcohol dependency. Many of our residents have experience of street homelessness and many have suffered from untreated illnesses and injuries, as well as the long term effects of poor diet and the mental health conditions associated with chronic alcoholism. The Haven provides a stable environment where our residents can make positive changes in their health, well-being and personal lives.