Local Support

Lorraine Hewitt House

The number for Lorraine Hewitt House, the main service in Brixton is 020 3228 1500. People can attend Monday to Friday between 9:00am and 10:00am for an assessment.

Lambeth Drug and Alcohol Treatment Consortium

Come along and discuss options for treatment and ongoing support Free confidential service to all Lambeth residents aged 18 years and over.

Visit the Lambeth Drug and Alcohol Treatment Consortium website

National Support


Catalyst is a not for profit organisation providing services for people who experience wellbeing problems which may arise from traumas, often resulting in drug and alcohol use

Visit the Catalyst website

We Are With You

We Are With You provides free, confidential support to people who have issues with drugs, alcohol or mental health.We work with people on their own goals, whether that’s staying safe and healthy, making small changes or stopping an unwanted habit altogether.

Visit the We Are With You website

Drug FAM

A lifeline of safe, caring and professional support to families, friends and partners who are struggling to cope with the nightmare of a loved one’s addiction to drugs or alcohol and to those who have been bereaved by addiction or related causes.

Visit the Drug FAM website

Be Gamble Aware

Free, confidential help for anyone who is worried about their or someone else’s gambling. If you need help right away, call or live chat with an Adviser now through the National Gambling Treatment Service - available 24/7 for advice and help finding the right support.

Visit the Be Gamble Aware website

Talk to Frank

If you have a problem with drugs Talk to Frank for friendly, confidential drugs advice.

Visit the Talk to Frank website

Turning Point

Every 30 minutes someone leaves Turning Point's services drink or drugs free. Turning Point offer you or a loved one a range of services depending on what you need, from detox and residential rehab to supported living and aftercare support.

Visit the Turning Point website

Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking.

Visit the Alcoholics Anonymous website