Cranstoun West Berkshire is an alcohol and drug recovery service for adults who want to change their alcohol and/or drug use, and live in West Berkshire.

About Cranstoun, West Berkshire

Our West Berkshire service works with individuals in West Berkshire who are over 18 years old and wish to change their alcohol and/or drug use. The service uses Cranstoun’s person-centered approach and works to find effective and sustainable methods to aid recovery and reduction.

Our main base is in Newbury, but we also work out of community locations and GP surgeries across West Berkshire.

When you work alongside our West Berkshire team, you will will have access to:

  • Assessments
  • Community outreach
  • Harm reduction, including needle exchange
  • Information and advice
  • Breaking Free Online
  • Peer mentor programme
  • Family and carer support
  • Access to detox
  • Counselling
  • Access to mutual aid
  • Psychosocial interventions including MI and CBT therapies
  • Pharmacological interventions – prescribing service
  • Access to education, Training and Employment (ETE) services, including volunteering
  • Thames Valley Police Drug Diversion Scheme
  • Social and physical activities

If you are in West Berkshire and need support to help lower your drinking take a look at: lower my drinking 

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West Berkshire

West Berkshire

West Berkshire
1 Station Road
Newbury RG14 7LP

0300 003 7025

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