I am concerned about drugs or alcohol

If you or someone you know is grappling with issues related to alcohol or drug use, please remember that seeking help is a sign of strength, not weakness.

Addiction is a complex challenge, but it’s not insurmountable. Reach out to professionals, support groups, or loved ones who can offer guidance and understanding on your journey towards recovery. Your well-being matters, and there is hope for a healthier and happier future. You don’t have to face this struggle alone, and taking that first step towards help can be life-changing. These organisations are here to help, just reach out for support.

Drug and Alcohol Addition

The three main hubs are located in Gillingham, Wimborne and Weymouth and offer recovery support, needle exchanges and prescription support. The hubs provide a centre where Reach registered clients can…

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Steps to Wellbeing

Introduction Dorset’s Steps to Wellbeing, is a comprehensive well-being program designed to support individuals onFind your support>>I am concerned about drugs or alcohol

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DrugFam provides a lifeline of safe and caring support to families, friends and partners affected or bereaved by a loved one's harmful use of drugs, alcohol or gambling.

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Alcoholics Anonymous

Millions of men and women have heard or read about the unique Fellowship called Alcoholics Anonymous since its founding in 1935. Of these, more than 2 million now call themselves members. People who o…

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LiveWell Dorset

LiveWell Dorset offers free health and wellbeing support to Dorset residents, encompassing advice, coaching and programmes to manage weight, increase physical activity, quit smoking and reduce alcohol…

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