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Active in Recovery (AiR)

Help for addictions and substance misuse

Adfam

A national charity working to improve life for families affected by drugs and alcohol

Help for addictions and substance misuse

Al-Anon Family Groups

Al-Anon support group for families affected by alcohol addiction

Help for addictions and substance misuse

Al-Anon Family Groups

Al-Anon support groups for families affected by alcohol addiction

Help for addictions and substance misuse

Al-Anon Family Groups

Al-Anon support group for families affected by alcohol addiction

Help for addictions and substance misuse

Alcoholics Anonymous

Support groups and online resources for alcoholics and for those with an alcohol problem who have a desire to stop drinking

Help for addictions and substance misuse

Brighton & Hove City Council

Help at home and help to live independently

change, grow, live

offering drug and alcohol treatment, recovery and wellbeing support to all adults affected by alcohol and other drugs, their loved ones and communities, across the whole of East Sussex

Advice and Information

  • Free service

East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust

Service covering Brighton, Hove and West Sussex, for patients with special needs and those who have difficulty accessing General Dental Services

Help for people with health problems

East Sussex County Council

Help for addictions and substance misuse

  • Free service

Gensing Rest Home

Care home in St Leonards

Residential Homes and Nursing Homes

Hope Kitchen

Help building life and social skills

Kenward Trust

We work with men who have been affected by alcohol and drug dependence.

Help for addictions and substance misuse

Oasis Women's Recovery Service

Help for addictions and substance misuse

Cranstoun

Pavilions is an alcohol and drug service for anyone aged over 18 living within the BN1, 2, 3 and 41 postcodes in Brighton and Hove.

Help for addictions and substance misuse

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