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Take Control

Advice and information about the effects and risks of alcohol and drugs. Find out how you can take control by reducing the harm they cause you.

Make Changes

Whether you're thinking about cutting down or quitting, find out how we can support you to make those changes.

Build Recovery

Find out how to build your recovery, whether you are looking for ways to boost your confidence or for opportunities to build upon your skills.

  • 1745
    Monthly average number of visits to our Central Walk-in centre.
  • 2093
    Monthly average number of engagements for free advice, support and resources.
  • 4328
    Annual number of individuals who engaged with our services in 2016.

Latest Events & News

  • Supporting Older People | March

    Meet older people who we have been working with to hear about what matters to them and use their knowledge and experience to help you welcome them in your services and activities. For Bristol Ageing Better partners. Read more

  • Supporting Older People | Feb

    Meet older people who we have been working with to hear about what matters to them and use their knowledge and experience to help you welcome them in your services and activities. For Bristol Ageing Better partners. Read more

  • Bristol Neuroscience Festival

    We're hosting a public research talk at this year's Bristol Neuroscience Festival, where we'll be speaking to leading academics and experts about why people overdose and how we can treat dependence. Read more

  • Health care for sex workers

    BDP and THT launch an innovative project to supporting marginalised male sex workers to access a range of health and wellbeing support, free from prejudice. Read more

  • This Changed My Life

    As part of Bristol Learning City's #ThisChangedMyLife campaign, one of our volunteers tells us how BDP has helped change her life. Read more

  • Celebrating Singing for Recovery

    Bristol’s Recovery Choir celebrate 3 years of singing with the release of a film following the journey of their recoveries from alcohol and drug addiction. Read more