A residential substance misuse treatment / rehabilitation programme. This six week programme includes group, family, complementary, creative and eco therapies.
Confidential helpline providing information, advice and counselling for anyone concerned about their own or someone else’s drug use. Includes help with stabilisation, reduction and abstinence. Signposting to other relevant services where required.
Free, confidential helpline offering advice, information, listening support and signposting for people living and/or working in Glasgow affected by their own or someone else’s alcohol misuse.
Supports and informs the family and friends of people who use drugs or alcohol. Provide a telephone contact line with a trained person. The main aim of the telephone contact line is to listen and discuss ways forward. Arrangements can be made for callbacks. Callers are provided with the name… Read More
24 hour helpline, open 365 days a year, offering information to anyone with queries or concerns about drug and alcohol misuse. Provides ongoing support where needed, details of local services and available resources and options. Can also supply information leaflets.
Offers understanding and support for families and friends of alcoholics, whether they are still drinking or not. Also provide support for young people affected by alcoholics. Alateen, a part of Al-Anon, is for young people aged 12-17 (inclusive) who have been affected by someone else’s drinking, usually that of a… Read More
Helpline providing support to families and friends affected by a loved one’s substance abuse. Trained helpline staff and volunteers have direct personal experience of how addiction can affect families and can provide a listening ear, help explore options and understand problems better. DrugFAM also has a range of other services… Read More
GamCare operates the National Gambling HelpLine, funded by GambleAware. The HelpLine provides information, advice and support for anyone affected by problem gambling, including family and friends. GamCare’s Advisers can also make referrals for a range of treatment options across Great Britain. Web chat with Advisers also available via www.gamcare.org.uk. Calls… Read More
Confidential support line providing information and support for individuals to reduce the harms caused by prescribed drugs (Benzodiazepines, Z drugs (‘sleeping pills’), Gabapentinoids, Opioid painkillers) associated with dependence and withdrawal through a wrap-around service of one to one therapy, group therapy and a telephone support service. Support includes a Telephone… Read More
Helpline staffed by specially trained nurses provide information and support to lung cancer patients. Can also provide information on local support nurses and support groups, information to help patients understand lung cancer including tests, symptoms, types of lung cancer and coping with a diagnosis. The Team can also provide information… Read More
Free and confidential helpline providing information, advice and support for everyone affected by a parent’s drinking. The helpline is available for children, adults, concerned others and professionals alike and is a safe place to talk. There is no need to provide your name or tell anyone else you are talking… Read More
Free confidential online advice for people who need support on drugs or alcohol. Can help with goals, stopping completely or just staying safe and healthy. The service is also available to those who need advice about someone else’s drug or alcohol use. The online advisors are all trained, experienced drug… Read More
Free confidential helpline for people aged over 50 who are worried about their alcohol use and are seeking advice and support on how to make changes. Trained alcohol advisors will offer advice and tips for cutting down, or stopping drinking and explain the risks associated with alcohol use as we… Read More