Substance Use Issues
Provided in partnership by the Chemin Neuf Community Hove and Kennedy Street, The Hub community cafe welcomes those that are homeless or coming out of rehab for free food and drink and an opportunity to have a chat. Located at St. Patrick’s church in Hove (see map below), the community cafe will also be host to a variety of other events throughout the day.
For more information please follow the link to the flyer below.Find out more »
Supported by Brighton & Hove City Council and Brighton and Hove Clinical commissioning Group, My Life is an online directory listing local Brighton and Hove as well as national organisations and services to support everyday living.
The directory separates out services into easily navigable categories, helping you find the right organisation for your specific needs.Find out more »
Pavilions is the new Adult Drug & Alcohol Service for Brighton & Hove that launched on 1st April 2015.
They provide a wide variety of support for people affected by drug and alcohol misuse, including:
Crèche facility for all clients │ Criminal Justice Services │ Education, Training & Employment Support │ Group Work │ Health Checks │ Health Promotion │ Holistic Health Support │ Hostel In-reach │ Keyworking │ LGBT-specific worker │ Mutual Aid & Smart Recovery │ Needle Exchange │ Open Access / Drop In │ Pavilions Families & Carers Service │ Pavilions Women’s Service │ Peer Mentoring │ Prescribing Services │ Recovery Support │ Safe Space │ Sexual Health Services │ Street Outreach │ VolunteeringFind out more »
Pavilions is the new Adult Drug & Alcohol Service for Brighton & Hove that launched on 1st April 2015. They operate from 2 key sites in Brighton & Hove, 1 Whitehawk Way and 9 The Drive (Hove).
They provide a wide variety of support for those affected by the substance misuse of those they care about, including:
Pavilions Freephone, 24hours a day – 0800 014 9819 │ Free & confidential support │ Advice, information and support │ Support Groups │ Outreach Support │ One-to-one support │ Counselling │ Relationship Counselling │ Structured Education GroupsFind out more »
The project provides support for people identifying as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender with substance misuse issues. The service provides a confidential, non-judgemental outreach service and works closely with local LGBT organisations.Find out more »
Adfam is the leading national organisation working with and for families affected by drugs and alcohol.Find out more »
Al-Anon Family Groups provide support to anyone whose life is, or has been, affected by someone else’s drinking, regardless of whether that person is still drinking or not. Al-Anon hold regular meetings where members share their own experience of living with alcoholism.
Al-Anon does not offer advice or counselling, and has no religious or other affiliations. There are meetings on most days in Brighton and Hove at varying times of the day and evening; see website or call for details.
A new meeting is opening in Kemp Town, on a Monday evening, from the 26th November.Find out more »
Alcoholics Anonymous is an organisation enabling people to support each other to stop drinking. They are not allied with any group, cause, religious denomination or ethnic background. There are no dues or fees for AA membership.
Alcoholics Anonymous provide a free national helpline and e-mail, run by volunteers who have experienced the problems that losing control of your drinking can bring. If you call you can ask to be put in touch with someone local to you.
There are also many regular AA meetings throughout Brighton and Hove, in different locations and at different times, including women only, LGBT, and child-friendly groups.Find out more »
Safe accommodation and a programme of support for people undergoing a medically supervised detox programme.
There is also s a weekly drop in session for people interested in accessing the Detox Support Project, at 5 Egremont Place, 2pm-3pm every Tuesday.Find out more »
Residential long term treatment for people who want to address drug/and or alcohol issues
People interested in accessing the Recovery Project are invited to attend the weekly drop-in session, at 10 Ditchling Rise, from 3pm to 4pm every Monday.Find out more »