Information and Support
If you, or someone you know, have been affected by the issues raised in this programme, the following organisations can help:
Club Drug Clinic
The Club Drug Clinic is the largest service of its kind in the UK and has helped hundreds of people with club drug related problems from all over the UK. The clinic's doctors, nurses, psychologists, family therapists and volunteers proudly work with all communities.
For help, simply ring 020 3315 6111
MMAGIK, Bristol's new NHS club drug service, offers information, advice and support for people experiencing problems with (or wanting to know more about) drugs like GBL, Ketamine, Crystal Meth, MDMA, Cocaine and legal highs. You don’t need to go to your GP – just email email@example.com,
Call 0117 378 4500 and take it from there!
Leeds Club Drug Clinic
Leeds Club Drug Clinic website has information about drugs – what they are, the desired effects, the undesired effects, how to reduce the harms, how to help yourself if you have problems and where to go to get help.
Compare your drug use to thousands of others by using the online drugs meter or on your phone. Its free, anonymous and gives you objective feedback on your use of cannabis, cocaine, alcohol and other drugs.
Call 0113 295 2781 (9am – 5pm)
Crew provide information, advice and support for psychostimulant drug use throughout Scotland. Crew neither condemns nor condones drug use and aim to offer accurate and unbiased information to allow people to make informed choices. They work with a harm reduction ethos and can offer support whether your goal is to reduce, stabilise or stop drug use.
FRANK provides a confidential, free service to anyone wanting information, advice or support about any aspect of drugs. To get the facts on drugs visit the FRANK website or talk to FRANK on 0800 77 66 00
The helpline is available 24 hours 7 days a week, in over 170 languages.
You can also text a question to 82111.
AddictionNI has been working since 1978 to provide support and treatment to people affected by alcohol or drug addiction. They provide tailor-made treatment programmes for people with drug or alcohol problems, delivered in community settings. They also give confidential support for people affected by someone else's drinking or drug use.
Contact them by phone on 02890 664434
Wales Drug And Alcohol Helpline
The Wales Drug And Alcohol Helpline is a free and bilingual telephone drugs helpline providing a single point of contact for anyone in Wales wanting further information or help relating to drugs or alcohol. The helpline will assist individuals, their families, carers, and support workers within the drug and alcohol field to access appropriate local and regional services.
Contact them on the freephone number 0808 808 2234, 24hrs 7 days of the week
Know the Score
Know the Score is Scotland’s free and confidential 24 hour drugs information and advice helpline. They can provide you, and those you know, with advice and information about drugs issues.
Contact them on 0800 5875879, 24 hours, 7 days a week