The Cambridgeshire Drug and Alcohol Action Team is a multi-agency partnership working to implement the National Drug Strategy. We commission agencies to provide specialist treatment and targeted prevention work for substance misusing clients who live in Cambridgeshire.
A specialist community Adult Drug Treatment Service that is available to any adult resident of Cambridgeshire who believes that they have a drug misuse issue that they would like to seek help and support with.
Adults can self-refer by telephone or may be referred by their GP or other professional.
Phone: (Monday-Friday 9.30am to 5.00pm) 01223 633536
Area Co-ordinator: 01223 302662
UK Helpline: 0844 477 9400
The Cambridge Area of Cruse is part of the National Charity Cruse Bereavement Care and their aim is to provide bereavement support to anyone who needs it. Our support includes confidential one to one meetings, telephone support and group support.
For those contacting us by mobile phone, please call 0300 330 0650. Numbers starting 03 are generally cheaper for mobile phone users. Please check with your telephone service provider to find the cheapest method of calling us.
Based at Addenbrookes Hospital, this is an advice and information service for disabled people and/or older people and their carers. We serve people of all ages in South and East Cambridgeshire, Fenland and Cambridge City.
An Umbrella organisation of self-help groups for parents under stress, workers provide a listening ear, use basic counselling skills, offer non-directive suggestions in order to help parents and carers find their own solutions.
CPFT care co-ordinator: If you are already receiving support from mental health services, the first point of contact should be your care co-ordinator. Your care plan will contain information on how to contact them. If they are not available, ask to speak to the clinician on duty.
Your GP: If you are in crisis and need immediate help, then please contact your GP.