Organisations who can help if you are having problems with alcohol or drugs.
There is a single 'front door' to alcohol treatment in Sheffield.
- assess drinking habits
- advise and support anyone wanting to make changes to their drinking habits
We offer triage assessment, brief and extended brief interventions and provide onward referral where necessary into other services.
We accept both professional and self referrals.
Call us on 0845 345 1549.
You will be offered an appointment within 5 days.
Appointments are available Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm, with some evening appointments also available.
We will try our best to find an appointment that suits you.
The CRI Arundel Street Project can help you to understand your drug use, and what your treatment options are, we
- assess how your drug use is affecting your life
- advise and support anyone wanting to make changes
We are a free, confidential service and have
- a Benefits Advice Worker
- complementary therapist
- needle exchange
We may be able to see you in a location near to your home. We can refer you to other services for specialist support where necessary.
Drop in between 9am and 5pm, or until 8pm on a Thursday.
92A Arundel Street
Or call us on 0114 2721481
If you support someone with a drug and/or alcohol problem you can access advice and support from a free confidential carers service provided by RDaSH. Contact them on 0114 252 1914.
Sheffield DACT works as part of the Safer and Sustainable Communities Partnership which includes representatives from Health, the Local Authority, Probation and the Police.
We work with partners to reduce the number of people misusing drugs in Sheffield.
We work with partners to reduce alcohol related harm, including levels of alcohol related crime and antisocial behaviour and to moderate the drinking culture in Sheffield.
We ensure drug using offenders can access treatment quickly and effectively and work to reduce the health harm and levels of crime and antisocial behaviour caused by drug and alcohol use.
We work with the Safer and Sustainable Communities Partnership, the agencies who provide treatment, the people who receive treatment and their carers, to develop and improve treatment services, and ensure that those who need treatment get it as quickly, easily and efficiently as possible.
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