Substance Misuse

If you're aged 18 and over and need support around your drug or alcohol use, our community services can help.

Young People

We empower young people to make healthy choices around their alcohol and drug use – choices important to them.

Families and Carers

Our family and carer service supports those affected by someone else's substance misuse and mental health issues.

Supported Housing

Our supported housing services deliver holistic support to develop living skills and help people to access community services and networks.

Domestic Abuse

Our domestic abuse programmes support the process of change within abusers in order to protect their victims.

About cranstoun

Cranstoun is a charity empowering people to live healthy, safe and happy lives. Our skilled and compassionate teams work with service users, families and communities, helping them to make positive changes. We’ve been making a difference since 1969 by combining our expertise with innovative approaches, and putting people at the heart of what we do.

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The League of Friends is set up in 1974 for fundraising and, more importantly, to welcome and support the residents into the community. #Cranstoun50

We open Cranstoun House in 1972, a home with a residential warden. Over the next three years, this evolves into a fully staffed therapeutic community, providing group work and health and wellbeing support. #Cranstoun50

After one year of running as a management committee supported by local people, businesses and professionals, EAPA officially becomes a charity in 1971, with Stephen O’Brien as its first Chair. #Cranstoun50

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