|NAME OF CHARITY OR COMPANY
||020 3817 9410
||Improving life for families affected by drugs and alcohol
||0800 9177 650
||Alcoholics Anonymous 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.
||0800 0086 811
||For people worried about someone else’s drinking.
||0800 612 0225
||Cocaine Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other so that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from their addiction
||Messaging & Drugs Information to help you make positive choices.
||0808 808 1677
||For anyone who has suffered a bereavement
||0300 999 1212
||A nonprofit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem”. Narcotics Anonymous uses a traditional 12-step model that has been expanded and developed for people with varied substance abuse issues and is the second-largest 12-step organisation.
||0808 808 2234
||Free telephone helpline for anyone in Wales wanting further information or help relating to drugs or alcohol, including families and carers.
|Daniel Spargo Mabbs Foundation
||Supporting young people to make safe choices about drugs.
||0300 888 3853
||Free helpline offered for those affected by someone else’s drug or alcohol use, including those bereaved by addiction.
||Anonymous, personalised feedback on your drug use. An invaluable tool to help assess your drug use.
||Find out more about the app here
|Drug & Alcohol Education
||Lesson plans and resources for teaching children about drugs and alcohol in schools.
||0207 4984 680
||For families and friends concerned about a loved one’s drug problems
|Families Out Loud
||0744 409 8427
||Supporting families of addicts in Wiltshire.
||FROM ONLINE GAMING TO ONLINE GAMBLING –
Helping families recognise the early warning signs and how to prevent addiction
||Helplines Partnership represents the helplines sector across the UK and internationally, supporting helplines to provide the best quality service to their users.
|Men’s Advice Line
||0808 801 0327
||For male victims of domestic violence
||0300 123 3393
||Helpline providing advice and support for anyone experiencing a mental health problem.
|National Association for the Children of Alcoholics
||0800 358 3456
||Free helpline for anyone whose parents have an alcohol problem.
|National Bereavement Partnership
||0800 448 0800
||The National Bereavement Partnership provides a support helpline, counselling referral and befriending service for all those suffering from anxiety, grief or mental health issues as a direct or indirect result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
|National Domestic Violence Helpline
||0808 2000 247
||This helpline is free and open 24 hours a day for anyone experiencing domestic violence, or worried about someone they know.
|NHS Alcohol Support
||Includes information on alcoholism, binge drinking and caring for someone with an alcohol problem.
||National Suicide Prevention Alliance – Working together to prevent suicide.
||0808 800 5000
||020 7324 2989
||Drugs helpline that also provides free legal advice on drug issues.
||0808 802 4040
||Helpline for perpetrators of domestic violence.
||The Samaritans helpline is for anyone with concerns, worries or troubles. They can help you talk through anything that is troubling you, and offer help and support.
|Scottish Families Affected by Alcohol and Drugs
||08080 10 10 11
||Free and confidential helpline for families and friends of those misusing drugs or alcohol in Scotland.
||From rock bottom to sober forever
|Support After Suicide
||Support For Anyone Impacted By Suicide
|TALK To FRANK
||0300 123 6600
||National helpline providing advice and information about drugs.
|University harm reduction
||Making safer choices when using drugs
||Read the medium article here
|We Are The Loop
||Messaging and active drug alerts to help save lives.
|We Are With You
||A safe, non-judgemental space to talk about drugs and alcohol.
||We Are With You