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It’s important to talk to someone who can give support, even if someone doesn’t feel ready to stop using – that’s ok, the important thing is to reach out and get connected with people who can help with drug use or any other issues someone may be facing in their life.
Help and support around drugs:
DrugFAM 0300 888 3853 Free helpline for those affected by someone else’s drug or alcohol use, including bereavement.
Frank is a support service that provides information about drugs, plus advice for people who use drugs, and their parents or carers. Freephone 0800 77 66 00 or via: on 0300 123 6600.
Know The Score has a live chat function where you can ask questions or ask for help. Tel: 0333 230 9468
The Mix – themix.org.uk/drink-and-drugs or for online chat themix.org.uk/get-support/speak-to-our-team
NHS 111 will offer support on all issues including drugs and alcohol.
NHS – nhs.uk/live-well/healthy-body/cannabis-the-facts/
Narcotics Anonymous offer a step peer support group open to anyone with a desire to stop using narcotics. 0300 999 1212 12
Cocaine Anonymous 12 Step peer support group open to anyone wanting to stop using cocaine. 0800 612 0225
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