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To access addictions help from Addictions Counselling Nottingham please make contact. You can call 07802 767462 for a free no obligation initial consultation.
Sources of Addictions help both national and some more local to Nottingham
- Counselling Services Nottingham – Our partner organisation
- Soberistas – Soberistas is a worldwide community of friendly, non-judgmental people, all helping each other to kick the booze and stay sober
- GamCare – UK organisation that offers help and assistance in relation to gambling addictions and gambling problems
- The Samaritans – 24-hour emotional support
- Addiction – NHS – Some good information on addictions from the NHS including some links to further information
- Andrew Harvey, Therapist, professional registration details – BACP Register of members included on the Professional Standards Authority Accredited Register
- BBC Radio list of helplines – Useful page with lots of helplines and websites
- ITV List of helplines and websites – Useful page with lots of links to Sex addiction and Pornography addiction help
- Counselling Services Nottingham on Facebook – Counselling Services Nottingham Facebook Page, news and interesting information
- Federation of Drug and Alcohol Professionals – Andrew Harvey addictions therapist and counsellor is a member of the Federation of Drug and Alcohol Professionals
- SMART Recovery Peer Support SMART recover, offers support for addictive behaviors and substance misuse. This site has some good “tools” available on it.
- Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) – 12 Step based mutual aid group.
- Solvent abuse Support and information – gases, aerosols, nitrous oxide (‘laughing gas’), poppers, petrol, glues, solvents and other volatile substances
- Cocaine Anonymous (CA) – 12 Step based mutual aid group.
- Drug Addicts Anonymous (DAA) – 12 Step based mutual aid group.
- Narcotics Anonymous (NA) – 12 Step based mutual aid group.
- Smart Recovey – Tool Chest, some very good addiction recovery tools.
Sex and Pornography addictions help and recovery resources
Mutual aid groups for relatives, friends and others affected by someone’s drug/alcohol use
- Al-Anon – Al-Anon Family Groups provide support to anyone whose life is, or has been, affected by someone else’s drinking.
- Families Anonymous (FA) – A worldwide fellowship of family members and friends affected by another’s abuse of mind-altering substances or related behavioural problems.
- Adfam – Improving life for families affected by drugs and alcohol