Confidential advice, support and treatment for alcohol dependency and drug misuse for adults and young people living in Lincolnshire is provided by We Are With You. You can receive support in various locations all across Lincolnshire and can engage with one to ones or groups to help you reduce the harms that substances cause.
We are with you have launched project 'Something Different' in collaboration with partners to support people who rough sleep and those at risk of rough sleeping in some areas of Lincolnshire, for access to services contact telephone 0800 304 7021, please find the video below for more details
For online advice around specific substances go to Frank.
If you feel alcohol is starting to become an issue and you want to improve your health and wellbeing by cutting down, One You Lincolnshire has information around units, drink diaries and advice on safer drinking levels.
You can also raise any concerns about alcohol or drug consumption with your GP, Practice Nurse or Pharmacist who can offer advice and refer you to the appropriate specialist service.
Double Impact provide peer support, access to mutual aid and accredited training and employment opportunities to those in Lincolnshire that have recovered from substance misuse. The recovery community helps support all those in or near recovery to build self-awareness and resilience to stay drink or drug free long term.
Double Impact can also support those struggling with gambling addiction by engaging in the Time Out program. Time Out aims to start conversations and reduce stigma associated with gambling addiction. Double Impact can provide an overview of local and national support services, debt advice and useful tools such as gambling website blocking software, podcasts and apps.
You may want the support of a mutual aid group at your own convenience; Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Cocaine Anonymous and Gamblers Anonymous meetings are available locally. These services can also offer advice for those affected by someone else’s addiction.
Al-Anon offer support for anyone whose life is, or has been, affected by someone else's drinking regardless of whether the person is still drinking or not.