Surrey Drug and Alcohol Care, SDAC always available to listen to your problems, SDAC is a 24 hour manned confidential help line giving support and information to drug and alcohol users. Surrey Drug and Alcohol Care, Surrey Drug Care, Surrey Drug Care UK, SDAC, Surrey Alcohol Care.
Welcome to the Surrey Drug and Alcohol Care Website
Surrey Drug and Alcohol Care Ltd is a confidential, non-judgemental service. We are always available to listen. We explain the options and services available and, for drug and alcohol problems, can refer you to treatment services.
SDAC offers a 24 hour manned confidential help line giving support and information in the County of Surrey. We are ready to receive calls at any time of the day or night for 365 days of the year, thereby providing a continuous service for those in need of help with problems. We are registered charity and our services are free of charge.
The helpline is operated by a team of specially trained volunteers who come from a variety of backgrounds.
Our Helpline number is widely advertised in the County.
IF YOU WOULD LIKE INFORMATION ON HOW TO BECOME A VOLUNTEER WITH US PLEASE CLICK HERE
Fentanyl: December 2018
Please click here for full alert
Contaminated Cocaine: September 2017
St Peter's Hospital, Chertsey, has reported an unusually high number of reported incidences of regular cocaine users attending A&E with symptoms of chest pain, dizziness and cold limbs / pins and needles following the use of cocaine hydrochloride. All those who have presented report snorting cocaine on a regular basis.
Please direct anyone experiencing any unusual side effects, particularly chest pain / shortness of breath, to A&E as soon as possible.
Fentanyl/Carfentanil: Officer Safety Warning (July 2017)
In the last year, UK Emergency Services have seen a dramatic increase in the availability of dangerous synthetic opioids. The majority of these are structural derivatives of the synthetic drug “Fentanyl.” Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid currently listed as a controlled drug that mimics the effects of morphine in the human body, but has a potency 50–100 times that of morphine. Due to the availability of Fentanyl, both international and domestic criminal organisations are increasingly utilising this as an adulterant in heroin and other controlled substances. The presence of these synthetic opioids in the illicit drug market is extremely concerning and has led to a significant increase in overdose incidents and overdose related deaths throughout the nation. For further information please click here
Update 12th January 2018
There has been intelligence from the police (1 piece not corroborated) that there may be Fentanyl being cut in to heroin in Surrey.
Obviously everyone is aware of the national picture surrounding Fentanyl and the deaths caused by this, but this is the first time there has been mention of this in Surrey.
Please note that there is still no confirmed seizures, no incidents and as stated this current intelligence is not confirmed.
The police have also asked that if anyone has any intelligence at all regarding Fentanyl or the analogues in Surrey that they submit an intelligence report through to us as a matter of urgency. Please contact 0808 802 5000 and the information will be passed on.
Full induction training is provided free to all our volunteers as the role they take is the most important work of our charity in the community. Our next training programme is scheduled to be in the New Year at a venue in Guildford. Help with travel expenses, free parking and lunch are provided.
You can also view us on our facebook page & become a member please click here
Surrey Drug and Alcohol Care Ltd (SDAC) operates a helpline open to callers 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. We offer help and support for anyone who is concerned about the problems that Drugs and Alcohol cause.
As a registered charity, Surrey Drug & Alcohol Care services are free of charge, and the number is widely advertised in the Surrey Area. Founded in 1986, it introduced a permanent helpline service in 1987 and has been in continuous operation ever since. Between 50 and 60 volunteers active with SDAC at any time.
To read more about Surrey Drug and Alcohol Care click here ...
To read information about alcohol click here ...
To read information about drugs click here ...
To read information about how you can donate to Surrey Drug and Alcohol Care click here ...
To read our News page click here ...
To read information about how you can volunteer with Surrey Drug and Alcohol Care click here ...
To contact us via a contact form which goes directly to our email please click here ...
To see our Cookies Policy please click here ...