Drug misuse

If you have a problem with drugs, we can help you find your pathway to recovery. Recovery means different things to different people, for some it's reducing drug use and for others it's stopping taking drugs completely.

People take drugs for different reasons:

  • to experiment and try drugs out of curiosity
  • because the people around them are doing it
  • an attempt to escape from problems in their lives
  • a way of trying to deal with physical and emotional pain

Drug misuse can be harmful to your health in both the short term and the long term, and can lead to addiction.

There's a fine line between occasionally using drugs and becoming dependent on them. It can become difficult to realise when you’ve crossed that line, but we can help you at any point.


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We can offer you support to tackle drug use problems, get in touch today.

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Many people associate drug use with illegal substances such as cannabis, cocaine and heroin. The truth is drug use can range from prescribed medicines, medicines bought over the counter and new psychoactive substances that are often known as ‘legal highs’. Find out everything you need to know about drugs, their effects and the law on the FRANK website.

We know it can be difficult to admit if you have a problem. It's hard to know where to start or where to go to ask for help. Just by visiting this page, you’ve taken a positive step in the right direction.

We understand that everyone has individual needs so we can help you find the support that’s right for you.

We also know that drugs don’t just affect the people that take them. We can offer support if you’re concerned about a friend or family members drug use.