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Call us if you are concerned about your own or anyone else’s drug use. We can listen, support and offer advice or techniques that could benefit you. Our Helpline can refer you directly into treatment with our own Telephone Counselling Service or with i-Access in Surrey.

Through compassionate support, education, and outreach, we provide a lifeline for individuals trapped in the grips of addiction. We offer a safe haven, where individuals are met with non-judgmental understanding and empathy. We facilitate access to professional counselling, detoxification services, and rehabilitation programs tailored to individual needs. At SDAC we empower individuals to reclaim their lives, cultivate resilience, and embark on a path of sustained recovery.

Telephone Counselling for Alcohol Dependency

Telephone Counselling Programme

A tailored programme of 12 weekly counselling sessions. We offer people with substance misuse dependencies and their families a structured and individually tailored programme of 12 weekly counselling sessions. The service is free of charge to clients, although there is an opportunity to donate towards sessions. Referrals can be made directly by calling the SDAC Helpline or through health, treatment and other social agencies.

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Catalyst has been at the forefront of engaging with individuals and specializing in addressing the complexities surrounding drug-related challenges

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The type of support offered includes one-to-one or group counselling sessions, Detox, recovery support, needle exchange, Hepatitis B vaccination and Hepatitis C testing.

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Drink Coach is an alcohol self-assessment tool which provides feedback on drinking risk and gives personalised advice and help to find local support services and online appointments with a drink coach.

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