Drugs and alcohol

If you’re struggling with drinking or drugs you can still get support despite coronavirus. These are the places you can go for help with alcohol and drugs in Brighton & Hove.

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Brighton and Hove Recovery Service, Change Grow Live

If you need support with drugs or alcohol, Brighton and Hove Recovery Service can help. You can call, email or fill in a form to get in touch and find out more.

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Across the city

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Healthy Lifestyles, Brighton & Hove City Council

The Healthy Lifestyles Team offer free one-to-one support, information and advice if you want to improve you health and wellbeing. They can help you with things like:

  • stopping smoking
  • getting more physically active
  • eating well
  • managing your weight
  • cutting down alcohol

Area:

Across the city

Opening hours:

Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm

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Oasis Project

Oasis Project is a service for women experiencing problems with drugs or alcohol. They offer support over the phone for any woman over the age of 18.

Area:

Across the city

Opening hours:

Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm

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Young Oasis

Young Oasis offers therapy to children/young people 5-18 years who have been affected by a parent or family member’s drug or alcohol use. Young Oasis is currently offering telephone support and/or video therapy. There’s a waiting list, but please get in touch and they will get back to you.

Area:

Across the city

Opening hours:

Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm