Cranstoun Sandwell provides free and confidential advice and support to adults in Sandwell who would like to talk about alcohol or drugs.
About Cranstoun, Sandwell
Cranstoun, Sandwell aims to provide a safe and supportive environment to help people make the changes they need to live safer and healthier lives.
We empower and support people to make positive changes with our person-centered and flexible approach. We are here to help you, your friends and family and there’s no problem too big.
At Cranstoun Sandwell, you will have access to:
- Information and advice
- Advice and referral for additional services e.g. housing or finances
- Drug and alcohol detoxification
- Family information and support
- Group sessions and programmes
- Health MOTs
- Access to mutual aid
- Needle exchange
- One-to-one sessions
- Harm reduction advice
- Prescribing services
- Recovery champions and peer support
- Recovery-focused treatment
If English is not your first language, ask our service about translation support.
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