Our aim is to inform policy development, reduce drug-related harms to individuals, families and communities - and promote health, well-being, recovery, inclusion and integration.The EMCDDA exists to provide the EU and its Member States with a factual overview of European drug problems and a solid evidence base to support the drugs debate.
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. In order to prevent unsolicited mailings to the group, participation is limited to subscribers, and only to addicts seeking recovery. Search for a counsellor or psychotherapist near you.
If you're in need of support, search our network to be connected with a professional counsellor or psychotherapist.
Action for Prisoners' Families (APF) works for the benefit of prisoners' and offenders' families by representing the views of families and those who work with them and by promoting effective work with families.
In 1989, so little was known – far less in the public domain – about how to recover from addiction/dependencies, that it was decided to establish the Addiction Recovery Foundation for just such a purpose.
They provide a full range of advice, training and development services to help our member credit unions grow and become sustainable financial co-operatives.
Drugs forum is an information hub of high-standards and a platform where people can freely discuss recreational drugs in a mature, intelligent manner.
Barnardo's is a charity which works to help vulnerable children and young people to transform their lives and fulfil their potential.
Services across the UK work directly with children and young people affected by a range of issues from drug misuse to disability; youth crime to mental health; sexual abuse to domestic violence; poverty to homelessness.
The Alcohol Education Reseach Centre is the only UK charity that is dedicated exclusively to funding work that improves our understanding of what causes excessive drinking, how it can be prevented and the best ways of tackling the problems it causes The Alcohol Learning Centre (ALC) is an on-line one-stop-shop which collates, co-ordinates and disseminates learning and promising practice from across the NHS and the Third Sector.