On this page you can find website addresses and telephone numbers of organisations that may be of assistance. Should you wish to appear here, please email us at druglink@druglink.ltd.uk or call us on 01442 800 916.

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Alcoholics Anonymous
Tel: 0800 9177 650

Currently there are approximately 4400 AA group meetings each week throughout Great Britain. AA is concerned solely with the personal recovery and continued sobriety of individual alcoholics who ask for help. Group meetings are the main engine room, where alcoholics at all stages of recovery can share their experience, strength and hope.

Volunteer Centre Dacorum
Tel: 01442 247209 

Volunteer Centre Dacorum supports more than 470 other local groups to find the volunteers they need to keep vital services running. During the last decade they helped over 10,700 people of all ages, abilities and walks of life to become volunteers.

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Herts Direct
Tel: 0300 123 4040

Your gateway to all you need to know about Hertfordshire.

Herts Mind Network
Tel: 02037 273600

Herts Mind Network is a mental health organisation providing a diverse range of recovery orientated services from its 7 Wellbeing Centres and accompanying Outreach Centres located across Hertfordshire.

New Hope
Tel: 01923 210 680

New Hope exists to serve individuals who are homeless or vulnerably- housed through the provision of accommodation and opportunities to transform lives.

Tel: 020 7251 586

Addaction helps people change their behaviour to become the very best that they can be. It could be their drug or alcohol use or worries about their mental health – they support people to making lasting change in their lives.

Tel: 020 7421 3100

WDP is a vibrant and innovative drug and alcohol charity committed to helping those who are affected by substance misuse. For over 25 years they have provided support to individuals, their families and the wider communities from centres across London, the South East and East of England.