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Alcohol & Drug Problems affect lots of people. A national poll in 2009 showed that almost 1 in 5 adults have been personally affected by drug addiction alone: that's over 82,000 people in Bristol. Many more people have problems with alcohol.

And tackling an alcohol or drug problem can be tough - but there are people making major changes in their lives every day. As part of the new Bristol ROADS (Recovery Orientated Alcohol & Drugs Service), Bristol Drugs Project helps over 3,000 people a year to make those changes.

Whether it is Alcohol, Heroin or Ketamine, Cocaine or Cannabis, Ecstasy or Amphetamine we can help you make the changes you want - reducing the risks, controlling your alcohol or drug use, stopping using. If you are coping with someone else's alcohol or drug problem, it's a lonely place to be and we can help you through this.

There is no easy way to pick up that phone or knock on that door but take that step and you'll find knowledgeable, free and confidential help from Bristol Drugs Project.

Latest News

  • Addressing stigma towards recovering drug users and their families
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  • Trainee Q&A
    1st Month Review In May 2014 we welcomed our first five trainees to our Assertive Engagement, Recovery Sustainment and Training Education Volunteering Employment (TEVE) services as part…
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  • Khat Ban
    Khat Ban From June 24th 2014, the Home Office has imposed a ban on khat making it an illegal Class C drug, controlled under the Misuse of…
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