Self Help and Advice Groups
Parents Understanding the Problems of Addiction (PUPA)
If you want non-judgemental impartial advice from a supportive, confidential and relaxed environment then P.U.P.A can offer you just that.
Come along to the P.U.P.A support group and meet people who can offer emotional and practical support. the group meets the 1st Wednesday of every month 9:30am - 1:00pm at the United Reform Church Coffee Shop, Hallgate Doncaster, which is solely for the use of P.U.P.A.
For more information please contact Christine Copeman on 01302 571240.
RehabGrads are an organisation of men and women who have graduated from residential rehabilitation centres. All our members have successfully completed prolonged and extensive treatment programes and are now living in full abstinent recovery across the UK.
ReHabGrads seek to promote that rehab works and demonstrate that full abstinent recovery is a reality. They aim to ensure that more people are given the chance of recovery through residential rehabilitation.
SMART recovery is a self help for people seeking independence from addictive behaviours, the group is facilitated by people with a history of addiction.
SMART recovery meetings take place at The Garage, 37 Thorne Road Doncaster every Tuesday 12pm till 2pm
For further information contact Emma on 07826 631225 or Will on 07976 067368
If drink is costing you more than money and you would like to talk to someone in complete confidence then we're here to help. Ring 0114 270 1984 and you will be directed to someone who made the same first call you are about to.
NA is a nonprofit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. they are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other to stay clean. There are no dues or fees. The only requirement for membership is the desire to stop using.