Drugs and Alcohol Services
Are you looking for drugs and alcohol services in Portsmouth? Do you have problems with drink or drugs? Or do you know someone who does?
Call the Recovery Hub on 023 9229 4573 for access to drugs and alcohol services and support.
Address: Campion Place, Elm Grove, Portsmouth
Phone: 023 9229 4573
For more information please visit the website of The Society of Saint James, which runs many programs for those in recovery. These include:
Refit In partnership with Pompey in the Community, Re-Fit provides daily leisure activities – including, badminton, football, gym, table tennis, chess club and boxing/fitness sessions.
Cafe in the Park The Café in the Park is SSJ’s latest venture in Portsmouth. The aim of the café is to provide employment and training opportunities to local people with histories of homelessness and substance misuse.
Community Day Rehab Community Day Rehab is ideal for people who are seeking rehab, but have family or childcare issues that make residential rehab inappropriate for them. The service offers people a full day programme of activities and sessions every week day.
Group Recovery Day Programmes The Group Recovery Day Programme offers group sessions to help those recovering from drug use to develop structure in their days, learn new things, and understand more about themselves and their drug use
Other useful services
The Wellbeing Service offers free support to help you quit smoking, drink less alcohol, eat well and move more. It’s available at venues across Portsmouth.
Phone:0239 229 4001
PUSH Recovery Community
PUSH is an independent, inclusive, peer-led service user group – anyone can join. We’re not abstinence focused as we know that sometimes people aren’t quite ready to get there yet until they’re being supported. We also challenge the stigma and discrimination others in the community may feel towards drug or alcohol users.
Phone: 02392 841 384
Rebound Group is a confidential, empathetic support group, caring about carers. We offer support and assistance in both group and one-to-one counselling settings, as needed.
The service is provided free of charge to carers and family members affected by a loved ones’ drugs and/or alcohol use and associated mental health problems.
Phone: 0793 958 0167