Al-Anon Family Groups provide support to anyone whose life is, or has been, affected by someone else’s drinking, regardless of whether that person is still drinking or not.
Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of people who share their experiences with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.
Bromley Changes (Young People's Drug and Alcohol Service) - formerly known as Bypass - offers a range of treatment and support services for young people aged up to 18 who have concerns about their drug or alcohol use and are residents or have links in the borough of Bromley.
Community Drug and Alcohol Recovery Services (CDARS) aims to relieve the suffering caused by drug and alcohol misuse in Merton, Wandsworth and Sutton through specialist complex psychosocial non-residential treatment.
Cranstoun offer a range of treatment and recovery services across the UK, including residential treatment and support services; community-based outreach, treatment, recovery and support services; supported housing and recovery projects; specialist services for young people, and families and carers, and criminal justice services, working alongside our partners.
Your local Stop Smoking Service will give you all the support, advice and encouragement you need when you’re ready to quit smoking for good. It has been developed by experts and ex-smokers and delivered by professionals.
The service is free to anyone living, working or registered with a GP in Croydon.
FRANK offer friendly and confidential drugs advice.
Friday/Monday is an online service which offers information about drugs and sex to gay and bisexual men.
LiveWell is your local stop smoking service and offers: free local advice and support on a one-to-one basis, by appointment and drop in, a confidential and friendly service, stop smoking medication on prescription.
Switch is a confidential service for up to 18 year olds who need help around drugs and alcohol issues. Switch also provide help to the families or carers of young people with drug and alcohol issues.
Turning Point operates the Croydon Recovery Network from locations across the borough and is for anyone aged 18 or over registered with a GP in Croydon, and with a drug or alcohol issue.
The Croydon Recovery Network service also provides support for families and friends of someone using drugs or alcohol.
Narcotics Anonymous is a fellowship of people, who are recovering addicts that meet regularly to help each other stay clean.
The National Association for Children of Alcoholics (NACOA) provide information, advice and support for everyone affected by a parent's drinking.
Release is the national centre of expertise on drugs and drugs law and provides free non-judgmental, specialist advice and information to the public and professionals on issues related to drug use and to drug laws.
Open on Saturdays from 10am-1pm