For anyone who is having a
problem with alcohol.
Open 24 hours, 365 days.
Al-Anon is a worldwide network of self-help groups
offering understanding and support for families and
friends of problem drinkers, whether the alcoholic is
Alateen is a part of Al-Anon.
For young people aged 12 - 20 who have been affected
by someone's else's drinking, usually that of a parent.
understanding and support, which helps them to improve
lives and recognise that they are no
longer alone and learn about alcoholism as a "family
61 Great Dover Street
London SE1 4YF
10.00am - 10.00pm everyday.
Please ring the helpline number for details
of local groups.
Drinkline provides confidential information and advice
drinking and alcohol misuse.
Mon - Fri 9.00am - 11.00pm
Sat - Sun 6.00pm - 11.00pm
Clinical Alcohol Problem Service
The service is an NHS
Trust facility and carries
Covers West Suffolk only.
Chrys De Moore,
Clinical Nurse Specialist Alcohol
(Community Care Assessment)
Bury St Edmunds, IP33 1EU
Chrys De Moore: 01284 775220
Gordon Soames: 01284 775273
Mon - Fri 9.00am - 5.00pm
Clinical Alcohol Problem Service's
aim is to work on the desire to
change drinking habits:
offered to problem drinkers
and/or their families.
• Home detox carried out
• Community Care Assessment
Advice/support to other
• Referral via GP, Social Services,
Mental Health or Probation only
Service offers ssessments and home alcohol detoxification
to patients in East Suffolk area.
Community Drugs Team
Jane Hambrook, Nurse
37 Berners Street
Opening times are flexible. Please contact
during office hours for more details.
• Support, information and advice
on alcohol and drugs for young people 11-25 (priority
• Identification/assessment of young people's
• One to one interview;
• Group work;
• Informal educational workshops to young people
on alcohol and
drug issues at various venues dependent on need (e.g.
youth clubs, young women’s projects);
• Guidance, information,
workshops and advice to other professionals on alcohol
to volatile substance abuse;
• "Mobile" work (rural areas);
• HIV Safe Sex workshops;
• Flexible, a commitment to good practice and
adherence to SCODA’s and legal centre’s
principles of working with young drug users;
Adam Roche, Youth
Janet Holmes, Youth Worker
01502 580450 or 01502
NORCAS exists to reduce the
physical and psychological damage
to individuals and their families and
thereby to society at large, from the
misuse of drugs or alcohol.
A multi-disciplinary drug and alcohol
service for the Waveney area.
Services are community based
delivering planned packages
• Access to appropriate
• Referrals (via Social Services) for
• Clinical and other interventions
• Women's worker
• Shared care/prescribing
• Needle Exchange
• Hepatitis B vaccination
• Health checks through clinics
• Access to mental health
• Outreach services; Youth Team,
Community care assessments
• Relapse prevention
• Advice/information on safe sex
• Community support team
Frank About Drugs
Open 24 hours a day.
Provides confidential advice on
drugs to anyone concerned.
"Helping individuals and
communities to manage the effects of drugs and alcohol"
Service is operated during
normal office hours.
The level of confidentiality is dictated by YOU.
The CAROT team provide a
counselling, assessment, referral,
advice and throughcare service to
any inmate who self-refers or is
referred by a member of staff.
Our mission statement is to provide high standards
of care for the treatment of people with addictive illnesses.
Our belief is that abstinence is an effective, productive
way of bringing about the fundamental
change in lives of dependent people in order to allow
them to successfully build a better life for themselves.
Max Cohen, Young Person's
(Young People's Programme)
82 Risbygate Street
Bury St Edmunds
Suffolk IP33 3AQ
Mon to Fri 9.30am - 5.00pm
Sat 10.00am - 2.00pm.
Focus is a structured day
programme providing intensive
abstinence based treatment for
client and families with drug and
Clients may refer themselves
in any way although usually it is
done via the GP or some other
outside referring agency. Contact
can br made by telephone, email,
fax or in certain circumstances by drop-in.