Alcohol advisory service
If you feel that you or a member of your family may need help with alcohol-related problems, you can contact any of the organisations listed below.
Some of the organisations can help you directly. Others can help you by referring you to adults' and community services for an assessment for other services.
If you are already in contact with us or with a hospital, you can ask staff to contact the substance misuse team on your behalf. You can also ask your GP to do this for you.
Regional Service Office
3 Cynthia St
London N1 9JE
0845 769 7555
Alcoholics Anonymous hold regular meetings for people who want to stop drinking. More information on what they do and dates and times of their meetings can be found on their website or by calling their 24 hour helpline on 0845 769 7555.
7 Holyrood Street
London SE1 2EL
Tel: 020 7234 9940
Fax: 020 7357 6712
Foundation 66 offers a range of services for men and women who are worried about their drinking. For more information about the services they offer please visit their website or call them on 020 7234 9940.
140 Stockwell Road
020 7737 3363
ARP Choices is an alcohol counselling service for clients from minority ethnic communities. Choices has counsellors from Afro Caribbean, Asian and African communities.