A listing of relevant local services and support for Greenwich Borough residents.
If you are looking for more advice about drugs and alcohol, including information about all different types of drugs and how to get help, then the Talk to FRANK website is useful
Local information about all services provided by the Royal Borough of Greenwich council is available here.
Greenwich Community Directory is a one-stop-shop for health, social care and community needs. Offers a range of services to support both at home and in the community; as well as information and advice about what’s available in the Royal Borough of Greenwich.
Information available here.
Local specialist services
Local support groups
All the information you want and need about all types of drugs and alcohol and advice about how to get help
TALK TO FRANK
Emergency accommodation for women and children plus local guidance for women, men and young people on issues related to domestic violence and abuse.
GREENWICH DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND ABUSE SERVICES
A one-stop-shop for health, social care and community needs. Offers a range of services to support both at home and in the community, information and advice about what’s available in the Royal Borough of Greenwich.
GREENWICH COMMUNITY DIRECTORY
Greenwich Action for Voluntary Services (GAVS) host the local BME Forum.
GREENWICH ACTION FOR VOLUNTARY SERVICE'S BME FORUM
The local borough council’s website with information about local public services available within the Borough, including wraparound services such as housing, employment and benefit support.
ROYAL BOROUGH OF GREENWICH
Information on support available to the LGBT community.
(LESBIAN, GAY, BISEXUAL, TRANSGENDER
CRi Aspire Greenwich is for adults who misuse one or more substances including alcohol, opiates and crack. Aspire also supports families, friends and carers.
BaSIS is a free and confidential brief and short intervention service and supports people who are not dependent drinkers and drug users.
The Beresford Project is the specialist service for drug and alcohol users with complex needs and require medically assisted interventions and/or detoxification.
THE BERESFORD PROJECT
Run by KCA at Addaction, Greenwich’s Young People’s Service is for young people aged 10 to 17
A recovery college that provides a wide range of educational courses, workshops, activities and seminars designed to improve wellbeing, create shared learning experiences and development opportunities for those with mental health and substance misuse.
Adfam Family and carer support is available from the the CRi Aspire service and the Beresford Project
ADFAM FAMILY AND CARER SUPPORT
Find local fellowship meetings for those seeking support with
A fellowship group for those addicted to marijuana
Local mutual support groups for personal recovery and continued sobriety of individual alcoholics
SMART is a science-based programme to help people manage their recovery from any type of addictive behaviour.
NA hosts meetings of recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean
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