You can search for Drug Treatment Services in the vicinity of the City of London using the NHS Choices directory. Search by your postcode or town.
Mortimer Market Centre, in central London, offers free, confidential, sexual and reproductive health (GUM) services.
Services are provided for both men and women, and include:
Funded by the City Bridge Trust, Adfam supports people in London aged 55+ who are affected by the drug or alcohol use of a loved one. The project's emphasis is on peer support.
The Bupa Health centre offer a range of health assessments.
Al-Anon is a fellowship of relatives and friends of alcoholics who share their experience in order to solve their common problems.
NHS Change4life has helpful alcohol advice on:
Unit specialising in drug addiction treatment. To access this service you must be referred by a suitable professional.
Turning Point provide services in the right locations for those that need them most across mental health, learning disability, substance misuse and employment.
The Whitechapel Health Centre's ethos is to treat every patient holistically - this means looking at social, psychological and physical reasons when trying to deal with their problems.
Bloomsbury Surgery is located in the heart of WC1 - within easy reach of King's Cross, Bloomsbury & University College. They are open for any resident with a WC1 postcode to register.
Funded by City of London Corporation and provided by Healthwatch City of London.
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