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(Remember, Surrey Drug and Alcohol Care Ltd are here to listen and advise when other agencies are closed - call us on 0808 802 5000)

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Support for Relatives, Friends and Significant Others of people with drug and alcohol issues


Phone Number




020 7553 7640

Helping families of people with drug problems

Al Anon

020 7403 0888

Helping families of people with alcohol problems


020 7403 0888

Help for teenage relatives of people with alcohol problems

Families Anon

0845 120 0660

Help for friends and relatives of people with drink and drug problems

Catalyst Family and Friends Support

01483 590150

Help for families and friends of those with drug and alcohol problems throughout Surrey. Voluntary donations are invited. There are four groups based in Camberley, Guildford, Staines and Woking

Self Help organisations - national contact numbers and websites


Phone Number



Alcoholics Anonymous

0845 769 7555

Self Help and Support in overcoming alcoholism


0800 612 0225

Self Help group specialising in overcoming cocaine addiction


030 0999 1212

Self Help and Support in overcoming drug addiction

Supported Housing and Residential Rehabilitation in Surrey


Phone Number



Vaughan House (Guildford, Woking and Dorking)

01483 504704


45 bed low clinical detox unit for men and women, aged 18-65,
short term dry flats, long term community based dry houses,
dedicated resources for women, relapse support and drop in.
Staffed 24 hours a day, open referral, direct access

Sturt Priory Hospital (Walton on the Hill)

01737 814488

Private in-patient and day care programmes. 20 beds,
15 day hospital places. 12 step recovery programme.
Single rooms en suite, for single men aged 18+ Referral via GP or self.

Transform Housing and Support (properties across Surrey)

01372 387100

Formerly Surrey Community Development Trust.
Long term dry house accommodation across Surrey, Sutton
and Wokingham. Different levels of accommodation depending
on stage of recovery. Cannot self refer; can be funded via
housing benefit. See website for details

Acacia House (Woking)

01483 740774


6-bed supported accommodation for single men and women
aged 18 to 65 who are committed to recovery from alcohol or
drug misuse. 6-month to 2-year stay. Support services including:
group work, structured key-working, move-on meetings and
general advice and information.

Cranstoun House Mainly London and home counties.

0208 398 6956

Residential provision for men and women who require a high level
of support and who wish to take part in an abstinence based therapeutic
and life skill programme. Emphasis on group work, community living,
individual care plan/counselling and accepting a high level of personal
responsibility. Priority given to women and ethnic minority clients.
Project has disabled access. Length of stay up to 6/7 months.
Option to move to supported housing project followed by resettlement
and aftercare in the community.

 Lifeworks Community (Woking Surrey)  0808 163 6433  Life Works is one of the top Alcohol and Drug Addiction, Mental Health and Eating Disorder treatment centres in Europe. We provide everything from detox, residential treatment and day care ensuring that we can provide all of our clients with the full range of care. Life Works Community specialise in the treatment of alcohol and drug addiction, as well as challenging behaviours, eating disorders and depression. Clients have the benefit of peaceful interiors and scenic surroundings, designed to suit rehabilitation objectives, supporting outpatient care and a versatile residential care programme, within a purposely converted Grade II Victorian manor. The Community offers individuals an active role in their own recovery, with regular assessments of personal needs and developments in order to make sure treatment methods are positive and that intervention programmes are carried out in a respectful manner.
Priory Hospital Woking 01483 489 211  Located near Chobam in Surrey, The Priory Hospital Woking is one of the UK's leading centres for the treatment of mental health conditions including depression, stress, anxiety alongside drug addiction and alcohol addiction. We offer consultant-led treatment in a beautiful therapeutic environment, enabling us to provide the highest standard of support to you or your loved ones.
Moving Forward 01372 579 412 Located in Great Bookham, Leatherhead, Surrey. Newly opened, February 2018, this private health care facility offers an intimate therapeutic environment offering bespoke and holistic treatment with planned after care of up to 3 years. There are only a maximum of five clients at any one time.

Drug and Alcohol Action Teams in Surrey - we can refer you in to these services, call us on 0808 802 5000.


Phone Number




0300 2225932 Surrey and Borders NHS Foundation Trust Substance Misuse services providing structured treatment using NICE recommended evidence based care for drug and alcohol problems for those residing in Surrey. They accept referrals through their single point of access at Farnham Road Hospital Guildford from GPs. CMHRS teams, social services and housing, voluntary and statutory organisations, probation service, hospitals and self referrals. i-access is committed to helping and supporting people with addiction problems to stabilise, control and reduce their drug and alcohol use as well as to make lifestyle changes. They provide a multidisciplinary team and have 3 bases in Surrey covering East, North West and West Surrey areas.

Catch 22 24/7

01372 832905 Catch 22 24/7 provides a comprehensive service for young people (11 -21 years of age) with problematic drug/alcohol use across Surrey. Services include assessment/information/advice, counselling, substitute prescribing, diversionary activities.


01483 590150 

A free, confidential service open to anyone throughout Surrey including families, friends and carers seeking information, advice and/or counselling. SMART Groups, housing support to sustain tenancy and people with complex needs to reduce problems caused by drug or alcohol use to the individual, their family and the community at large. Referrals can be through other organisations or self-referral. 

Information Lines


Phone Number




0800 776 600

National Drugs Helpline


National Debtline

0808 808 4000

National Debt Helpline

NHS Direct

0845 4647

National Health Helpline

NHS Smokefree

0800 022 4332

NHS Stop Smoking Service


0845 767 8000

Mental Health Awareness

Support Lines


Phone Number



Alcohol Concern

020 7928 7377

Alcohol information and awareness


012 8470 2550

Information and support for people dealing with benzodiazepine addiction


0844 335 1506


Cannabis and Skunk Information and Awareness


0800 1111

Support for children provided by the NSPCC

Crisis Helpline

030 0456 8342

Support for people with mental health problem in Surrey and NE Hampshire


0808 808 1677


Support for people recently bereaved

Help 4 Addiction

0330 088 9518  

An independent addiction service throughout the UK providing information and treatment plus offering a drink journal and interactive questionnaire for alcohol

Methadone Alliance

0845 122 8608

Advocacy, training and helpline services for people in drug or alcohol treatment

Muslim Youth Helpline

0808 808 2008

Confidential emotional support service for young Muslim people

National Association for Children of Alcoholics

0800 358 3456

Information, advice and support for anyone affected by their parent's drinking.


0845 790 9090

Confidential emotional support service for anyone in the UK and Ireland

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    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.

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    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.

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