A Recovery Support Worker can help you if you are experiencing difficulties with drugs or alcohol. A Recovery Support Worker helps you to gain awareness about drugs and alcohol issues, reduce stigma surrounding drugs and alcohol, and supports you to make informed choices. We help you understand the risks, giving advice, support and skills you need to tackle the problems you might be facing.
We offer a free, confidential advice and support service for anyone aged 11-25 living in Hampshire, Surrey, Berkshire, West Sussex, Dorset, Swindon & Wiltshire. We offer in-person or remote appointments depending on your location. We are here to listen, offer guidance and provide practical support on a number of issues.
A Recovery Support Worker may meet you in the local community, at one of our offices or support you remotely.
If you need urgent help or are in crisis, we would recommend that you contact the following:
We would also recommend visiting your local Safe Haven
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Sara has helped me to stop doing drugs and see that I am worth more than I thought. She has always made me feel comfortable and I can tell her anything and she doesn't judge me.
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