Organisations can help if you are having problems with alcohol or drugs.
There is a single ‘front door’ to alcohol treatment in Sheffield, anyone wanting to talk to someone about theirs, or someone else’s alcohol use can call 0114 226 3000 for free and confidential support.
You can also drop into the service and be seen on the same day, drop in runs between 9am-4pm from Monday-Friday at 44 Sidney Street, (Matilda St entrance), Sheffield, S1 2RH.
Sheffield Treatment and Recovery Team (START), provided by Sheffield Health and Social Care can offer the following:
- advice and support for anyone wanting to make changes to their
- alcohol use
- access to brief and extended brief interventions, prescribing
- interventions, psychosocial interventions (talking therapies), and referrals into other related services.
There are two ‘end to end’ drug treatment services commissioned by Sheffield DACT where you can access any help you need within one service:
If you are using Opiates (heroin or any other opiate based drug) then you need support from the Opiate Service. You can self- refer to this service by calling 0114 305 0500 or dropping into the service between the hours of 9am-4pm, Monday-Friday. If you drop in you will be offered support from a duty worker on the same day. The service is based at Fitzwilliam Centre, 143-145 Fitzwilliam Street, Sheffield, S1 4JP.
If you are using Non Opiate drugs (any non-opiate based drug including crack and/or powder cocaine, new psychoactive substances, amphetamines, cannabis, ecstasy), then you need support from the Non Opiate Service. You can self-refer to this service by calling 0114 272 1481 or dropping into the service between the hours of 9am-4pm, Monday-Friday. If you drop in you will be offered support from a duty worker on the same day. The service is based at 44 Sidney Street (Sidney St entrance), Sheffield, S1 2RH.
The Drugs and Alcohol Co-ordination Team (DACT)
Sheffield DACT works as part of the Safer and Sustainable Communities Partnership which includes representatives from Health, Sheffield City Council, Probation and the Police.
We work with Partners to reduce the number of people misusing drugs in Sheffield, provide safe and appropriate treatment for those misusing drugs, and reducing the harms from drug misuse. We work with Partners to reduce alcohol related harm, including levels of alcohol related crime and antisocial behaviour and to implement the Sheffield Alcohol Strategy which prioritises early intervention, screening, reducing alcohol related harm and disorder, and ensuring there is a suitable treatment pathway available for those in need of support.