If you live in Worcestershire, are over 18 and want to change your alcohol and/or drug use Cranstoun, Worcestershire can help.
About Cranstoun, Worcestershire
Cranstoun, Worcestershire works to support those over 18 that are struggling with their alcohol or drug intake. We also offer advice, support and guidance for family members and friends to cope with someone else’s substance use through our Family Support Service.
As well as working with individuals, our Worcestershire team have services suitable for young people through our Here4YOUth service that you can access here.
Cranstoun Worcestershire operates our services across Worcestershire. With our central hub in Worcester, we deliver interventions across all six districts, via our shared care scheme and community outreach locations.
Here you will find the details of our Worcester hub.
When you refer into the service, we will identify the closest location to you for help and support.
When you work with our Worcestershire team, you will have access to the following services:
- Community outreach
- Harm reduction – Needle Syringe Programme
- Pharmacological interventions – prescribing services
- Peer mentor programme
- Housing advice, liaison and referral
- Access to detox and rehab detox packages
- Shared care
- Access to mutual aid
- Information and advice
- Access to education, Training and Employment (ETE) Services, including volunteering
- Social and physical activities
- Family and carer support service
- A young people service, Here4YOUth
If English is not your first language, ask our service about translation support.
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