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Support for adults

Alcohol and drugs


If you or someone you know has a problem with alcohol or drugs, there’s a wide range of services that can help.

Local support in Devon

Are you worried about your drug or alcohol use, or a professional who would like to refer someone you are supporting to support?

Together Drug & Alcohol Service supports adults living in Devon to address their drug and/or alcohol use.

We are committed to:

  • a person-centred support
  • collaborating with other organisations
  • a family and community focus
  • working with people rather than for people
  • no door being the wrong door
  • recognising trauma.

We can offer:

  • advice and information on how to reduce harm
  • group work programmes
  • one worker to coordinate support and offer support on a one to one basis
  • whole family support
  • programmes and activities to support recovery
  • prescribing options such as methadone and prescribing for alcohol detoxification
  • needle exchange.

For further information visit the Together website, call 0800 233 5444 or email info@together-devon.org.uk

The NHS offers alcohol advice and support, including tips on how to reduce your alcohol intake and getting help with a drug problem.

Talking to someone can help with an addiction issue. If you would like to speak to a counsellor, The Counselling Directory lists professionals who provide talking therapy services in Devon.

Other support can be found from:

Find services, groups and clubs in Devon on the Pinpoint website

Go to Pinpoint

Find advice on how to stay healthy and well on the OneSmallStep website

Go to OneSmallStep


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