Here is a list of local and national organisations which might be of help.
Pavilions provides adult Drug & Alcohol Services for Brighton & Hove. Support is available to anyone concerned about their drug or alcohol use, or for the families & carers supporting those struggling with substance misuse.
Helpline: Anyone can call Pavilions on 01273 731900 or 0800 014 9819 for information and advice 9-5pm Monday to Friday, 9-7pm Thursdays & 10-1pm Saturdays. Outside of these hours, a comprehensive voice message will give details of out of hours services. http://www.pavilions.org.uk
Cascade Creative Recovery is a not-for-profit community centre and cafe for Brighton & Hove. Run by, and for, people with experience of active recovery from drug & alcohol addiction, the charity’s aims are to provide a supportive peer-led space, informal access to information, as well as a range of other courses, workshops & social activities
Tuesday to Saturday 10am – 8pm (open later if there is an event happening)
Sunday 11am – 6pm
Address: Cascade Coffee Shop, 24 Baker Street, BN1 4JN.
Telephone number: 07477072956
Sussex Recovery College offers educational courses about mental health and recovery which are designed to increase your knowledge, skills and promote self-management. This may help you take control and become an expert in your own wellbeing and recovery and get on with your life despite mental health challenges.
Address: Brighton & Hove Recovery College Campus, 42 Frederick Place, Brighton, BN1 1EA
Telephone: 01273 749500 / Email: email@example.com
Keys Community Detox. A church based detox programme to help people escape from alcohol and drug addiction through integrated medical, spiritual and community support.
Contact: 07594 011058 OR 01273 987977. http://www.keysuk.org
Pathways to Health runs ear acupuncture clinics in Brighton and Hove. Individuals find they benefit from regular attendance, and report feeling less stressed and anxious and note improvements in their energy and mood, better sleep patterns and a more positive sense of well-being. Many people successfully use ear acupuncture to give up or reduce their use of drugs, alcohol or tobacco and to manage the cravings associated with their withdrawal.Individuals find they benefit from regular attendance, and report feeling less stressed and anxious and note improvements in their energy and mood, better sleep patterns and a more positive sense of well-being.
Contact: 01273 234766 – www.pathwaystohealth.org.uk