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Adfam

Adfam is a national organisation working with and for families affected by drugs and alcohol.
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Alcohol Concern

Alcohol Concern is the national voluntary agency on alcohol misuse. We aim to reduce the incidence and cost of alcohol-related harm, and increase the range and quality of services available to people with alcohol-related problems.
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Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) - where people share experience, strengh and hope with eachother
so that they may solve their common problem, and help others, to recover from alcoholism.
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Bracknell Forest DAAT

Committed to making sure that any resident of the borough who has issues with substances can access local services when they need to.
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Buckinghamshire DAAT

Buckinghamshire Drug and Alcohol Action Team - coordinating national strategy at local level.
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Business in the Community

BITC inspires, engages, supports and challenges companies on responsible business.
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Compass

Compass provides services to tackle problem drug use, across the UK.
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Crisis

Crisis aims to fight homelessness and empower people to fulfill their potential and
transform their lives.
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DS Daily

A Drugs and Alcohol News Service.
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DrugFAM

Supporting families, carers and friends affected by substance abuse.
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Drugscope

Drugscope is the UK's leading independent centre of expertise on drugs. Our aim is to inform policy development and reduce drug-related harm – to individuals, families and communities.
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Elmore Team

Elmore Team is an Oxford-based charity which helps people with multiple complex needs, and supports local communities.
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ECHG

English Churches Housing Group is one of the largest providers of supported housing services in the UK with over 3,500 bed spaces.
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Federation of Drug and Alcohol Professionals

The FDAP is the professional body for the substance use field and works to help improve
standards of practice across the sector.
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Frank

Talk to Frank for free confidential advice and information on drugs, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
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Hepatitis C Trust

The Hepatitis C Trust provides information, support and representation for people and families affected by the blood-borne virus.
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HIT

HIT delivers effective interventions on drugs, community safety and other public health concerns. It also has over 130 publications and resources that cover a range of public health and social care issues.
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Ley Community

The Ley is an Oxford-based residential centre that runs successful drug rehabilitation programmes. It has helped 100s of people overcome complex problems, and find employment and independent accommodation.
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Mentor UK

Mentor UK, is part of the international non-profit organisation Mentor Foundation, whose mission is to prevent drug misuse and promote the health and well-being of children and young people.
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Milton Keynes Drugs and Alcohol Strategic Group

Responsible for tackling problematic drug and alcohol use and provide support for those who need it in Milton Keynes.
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Mind

Mind, the leading mental health charity in England and Wales, works to create a better life for people with experiences of mental distress.
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Narcotics Anonymous

If you have a drug problem then Narcotics Anonymous can help. NA is a worldwide fellowship of recovering addicts who hold regular meetings to help each other stay clean
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National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse

The NTA works to improve the availability, capacity and effectiveness of treatment for
drug misuse in England.
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Oxfordshire DAAT

The Oxfordshire Drug and Alcohol Action Team implements and co-ordinates the Government's National Drug Strategy, by commissioning and co-ordinating drug services in the local areas.
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Oxford Health

Provides assessment and treatment to people with drug and alcohol addictions. The service is largely community based and is provided jointly with GPs in health centres or resource centres (shared care) across Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire.
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Oxford Homeless Pathways

Oxford Homeless Pathways provides services for homeless and recently homeless people in Oxford.
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The Porch

The Porch Steppin' Stone Centre provides day support for homeless and vunerably housed people who want to move forward in their lives away from street-life and addiction.
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Reading Borough Council

The Reading Drug and Alcohol Action Team is part of Reading Borough Council. It oversees substance misuse treatment and works with the National Treatment Agency and Government of the South East.
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Revolving Doors

Revolving Doors helps people whose lives are caught up in a damaging cycle of crisis, crime and mental illness.
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Shelter

Shelter is a charity that works to alleviate the distress caused by homelessness and bad housing. Shelter gives advice, information and advocacy to people in housing need, and campaigns for lasting political change to end the housing crisis.
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