Druglink's objective is to make a positive impact on the lives of those affected by substance misuse, their families & communities. We achieve this through our Pathway of Prevention, Recovery & Reintegration.

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Druglink is a registered charity that was set up in 1984 to meet the increasing need to support people affected by substance misuse, both drug and alcohol. We are based in Hertfordshire, but offer support across the UK. 

We don't just offer a short-term rehabilitation plan, we focus on the reintegration of our clients into their local communities, making us a unique treatment organisation. We strive to give people with substance misuse problems the chance to build a better future.  

We want to help build awareness around substance addiction in order to increase understanding in local communities. An increase in public awareness will help us grow our service and reduce problems related to drug and alcohol misuse within the community.

We provide a range of integrated services that drive our Pathway, all aimed at meeting our objective. Our core services include Druglink Prevention, Oxygen Recovery and Coffee Ethic


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Prevention

We recognise the importance of education around substance use, and aim to help people develop the skills and knowledge to make their own, informed decisions. Druglink Prevention delivers this education in two ways: Our Training Programmes inform people why different substances are used and their effects and impacts. We also facilitate a Diversion Scheme in partnership with UK Police Forces. 

Recovery

For those who have been affected by substance use - whether their own, or from friends or family - we offer
a number of services aimed at easing and supporting recovery. Oxygen Recovery is our drug and alcohol rehabilitation service that offers a two year pathway of supported accommodation. We also partner with New Leaf College, Hertfordshire’s Wellbeing College.

Reintegration

Once in recovery it’s essential for individuals to develop the skills and confidence needed to enable them to re-enter society. We work with a number of agencies and local businesses to provide our service users with a pathway for volunteering to paid work. We also run our own social enterprise, Coffee Ethic, which offers work experience and drives the path to reintegration.

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Latest News

25 April 2018

We're honoured that Coffee Ethic has been chosen as a Charity Partner for the Strawberry Woods Festival Event in May. The event provides a  fun filled weekend of entertainment for the whole family

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1 april 2018

We’re delighted to announce that the Luton ResoLUTiON café has joined the Coffee Ethic family. Coffee Ethic Cafe is now open.

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2 march 2018

Coffee Ethic was a finalist in the biz4biz Awards 2018, in the Best Corporate and Social Responsibility category.  The award is for a business in the community that contributes to sustainable development by delivering economic, social and environmental benefits. We're delighted to have to have been part of this prestigious award. 

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1 december 2017

Druglink announced today that Sarah Clark and Derek Heath have been promoted to the roles of Joint Chief Executive having both been part of the Druglink team for a number of years. These are the first Joint Chief Executive roles within Druglink, and Sarah and Derek are taking on the positions having made significant contributions to the growth and development of the charity and its pathway.