Drugs & Alcohol
Kingston Wellbeing Service
Kingston Wellbeing Service offers a range of treatments for Kingston residents, aged 18 and over, who have problems with alcohol or drugs. They work with individuals at any stage of their problem and provide a single point of access to assessment and treatment, including treatment of related depression and anxiety disorders.
Telephone: 02083 398040
Change Grow Live
Their mission is to help people change the direction of their lives, grow as individuals, and live life to its full potential by providing problem specific services in your local area.
Your source of drug and alcohol rehab information. They find you the most appropriate addiction treatment in London, across the UK and worldwide. If you or someone you know has a problem with drug or alcohol dependence, or any form of substance abuse, contact them today. Their addiction service is completely confidential.
Telephone: 02038 115619
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking.
Drinkaware is an independent charity working to reduce alcohol misuse and harm in the UK. They’re here to reduce alcohol-related harm and help people make better choices about drinking. They have a range of online tools that can help you reduce how much you’re drinking, change your relationship with alcohol and improve your health.
Telephone: 02077 669900
Getting It On is dedicated to helping teenagers aged 13 to 19 in South West London. They provide information and advice on key issues, including drugs, alcohol and mental wellbeing. Whatever the issue, their website can offer advice, or point you in the right direction to get the help you need.
Developed for the Royal Borough of Kingston by Alcohol Health Network, an independent social enterprise which aims to promote safer drinking. The aim is to support individuals to understand more about alcohol and its effects and to recognise if drinking is harming their health, signposting to advice, support and treatment if necessary.
Talk to Frank
If you have a problem with drugs Talk to Frank for friendly, confidential drugs advice.
If you’re worried about your own or someone else’s drinking, you can call this free helpline, in complete confidence.