About the service


Wolverhampton Substance Misuse Service is a free, confidential service for the people of Wolverhampton. We help anyone who is concerned about their own drinking or drug use – or someone else’s. We help them put the problems they have with drugs and alcohol behind them and to get the skills they need to find a job and rebuild their relationships. All of our assessments are free and confidential. Working in both one-to-one and group settings, our staff help people to improve their health and well-being. We also offer medical help to prevent blood-borne viruses and run a needle exchange scheme.

Our fully qualified staff, along with our volunteers and mentors, are trained to help with the full range of problems associated with drugs and alcohol. After addressing any immediate concerns, we work with people to bring about the more permanent changes they want in their lives. We also advise professionals like GPs, pharmacists, social workers and probation officers so that they can work more effectively on drug and alcohol related issues.

Wolverhampton Substance Misuse Service is a partnership between Nacro, Aquarius and Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust.

We also have a secondary service, Wolverhampton 360, for those under the age of 18 or young people  who might be on the road to substance dependence and/or crime, for those who are worried about a parent’s drinking or drug use, or for those who just need some information, advice or guidance.

Eligibility

Wolverhampton Substance Misuse Service is for anyone that is concerned about their drinking or drug use. 

Wolverhampton 360 is for anyone under the age of 18 or young people who are concerned about their drinking or drug use or for those who are are worried about a parents drinking or drug use.

Make a referral

If you are concerned about your drinking or drug use call us on 0300 200 2400, we can support you.

Alternatively if you are a young person you can call Wolverhampton 360 on 0300 123 3360. 

For emergencies please call 999 or 111 for NHS medical advice

If someone you’re with needs medical help, call an ambulance immediately. Tell the paramedics everything you know about what they’ve taken.

 

For more information on our work please visit us on recoverynearyou.org.uk


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Service location


Address

5-9 Pitt Street

Wolverhampton

Black Country

WV3 0NF

Telephone

01902 444030