Drug and Alcohol Misuse

** Covid-19 update**

Service still operating but providing remote support.

Change Grow Live (CGL) is a holistic service for children, young people, families and adults to address problems relating to drug and alcohol use. CGL supports people to make and sustain the changes to reduce drug and/ or alcohol use safely. They are currently working remotely and offer a phone/ email service to those who are feeling anxious surrounding the current situation.

Opening hours are currently 9am- 5pm, Monday- Saturday

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the-living-room.jpgThe Living Room provides peer support group therapy to residents suffering with an addiction, in addition to specific projects focussed on relationships and eating disorders and support for family and carers. For more information:

herts-mind-network.pngHerts Mind Network have a Three Rivers Community Support Service which is available to provide advice, information, onward referral and holistic support to people who are experiencing mental ill-health or need help with their mental wellbeing. A secondary need can be drug or alcohol misuse.

For more information:

alcoholics-anonymous.pngAlcoholics Anonymous is concerned solely with the personal recovery and continued sobriety of individual alcoholics who turn to the Fellowship for help. They offer meetings to alcohol dependent individuals to support their recovery. To find local meetings visit their website.

For more information:

  • Local Helpline (Rickmansworth): 01923211122 (24 hours)
  • National Helpline: 08009177650

turning-point.pngTurning Point supports people suffering from addiction, mental ill health and learning difficulties. They offer a range of services dependent on need to support people in managing their health. The website boasts a wide range of information to support keeping alcohol intake down, such as an alcohol usage diary. You can use their website to find support near you.

herts-help.jpgHerts Help is a free and confidential information service, providing easy access to the wide range of support offered by organisations across the county, including their Community Navigator service.

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