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Carlisle House is a residential substance misuse treatment centre situated near the centre of Belfast. It caters for individuals 18-65 years old from the greater Belfast area and Northern Trust area. It offers a range of services, advice and information, treatment programmes and ongoing support services.
Northlands is a residential substance misuse treatment centre located in Derry.
DAISY is an alcohol and drug service for young people in Northern Ireland aged up to 21 years.
The Simon Community believes that everyone has a fundamental right to a home. They actively respond to the needs of homeless people through initiatives aimed at prevention, provision and progression to independent living.
A guide to drug issues for students in Northern Ireland produced by NUS-USI the student movement.
Contact Youth provides a counselling service for young people as well as a suicide and self harm prevention service.
PIPS suicide prevention and support service.
This is the site of the National Drugs Helpline ‘Talk to Frank’.
Samaritans provides confidential non-judgmental emotional support, 24 hours a day for people who are experiencing feelings of distress or despair, including those which could lead to suicide.
Lifeline phone number. For people in distress or despair. Calls are free from all landlines and mobiles.
0808 808 8000
A website for practitioners working with people with drug and alcohol problems. It contains latest news, training information, job vacancies, research and guidance from the UK and beyond.