Alcohol

Positive Change Consultancy CIC

Empowering Pathways is a empowerment programme for women who want to learn new skills, become more confident and make new friends.

The programme is particularly relevant to women in recovery of drugs or alcohol abuse through one on one coaching.

 

  • Chris Lane

  • 161 Goodmayes Lane
    Ilford

    IG3 9PW

  • 020 8590 7844

  • 0750 887 4771

  • chris@positivechangeconsultancy.com

  • Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm

Subwize (substance abuse and young people specialists)

Subwize is a vibrant, community-facing young people’s drug and alcohol service delivered by WDP in partnership with Mentor UK.

It is available to young people under the age of 25 who live in Barking and Dagenham or attend schools and colleges in the borough, as well as their families and carers.

We work with young people in the community, at a location most accessible to them, such as schools, youth clubs and other local venues.

We always welcome new service users, so please get in touch if you are interested in getting help or you’d like to ask some questions.

The service is free, friendly and confidential.

Services available include:

  • Assessment 
  • Keyworking
  • Trauma counselling  
  • Motivational and engagement work  
  • Group work  
  • Drug and alcohol education and awareness  
  • Support and information for families and carers
  • All staff can help

  • The Vibe
    195-211 Becontree Ave
    Dagenham
    RM8 2UT

  • 0300 303 4613

  • info.subwize@wdp.org.uk

  • please contact service for details

Talking Therapies (previously IAPT)

Talking Therapies is an NHS primary care service which offers a free and confidential service for people who are 18 + years of age.

Talking Therapies provides talking therapies for people who are experiencing:  panic attacks, depression, anxiety, excessive worry, social anxiety/shyness, phobias, post traumatic stress disorder, agoraphobia, obsessive compulsive disorder, health anxiety, stress, bereavement.

You can refer yourself by calling the telephone number below or if you prefer you can self refer online by visiting the website.

If you need help immediately, you can call the NELFT Mental Health Direct telephone helpline for help and advice, anytime of the day or night on 0300 555 1000.

 

  • Anyone who answers the phone can help

  • Church Elm Health Centre
    Church Elm Lane
    Dagenham
    RM10 9RR

  • 0300 300 1554 Option 3

  • bdiapt@nhs.net

  • Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm