Service available in:

We help people with drug problems both in their local community and as an inpatient.

If you have concerns about the amount of drugs or alcohol that you or someone you know is misusing, you can self-refer into Brook Place (for drug misuse) or Liverpool Community Alcohol Service, or discuss your concerns with your GP.

If you are in urgent need of help we recommend you contact your GP, call 111 or visit your nearest A&E department. They will be able to help you stay safe and link you into a relevant treatment service so that you can begin your journey to recovery.

If you live in Liverpool and have a problem with using opiates you can be referred to our community drug team at Brook Place. You can ask your GP or other health professional to refer you or you can refer yourself by attending the team Monday to Friday or contacting:

Brook Place

Orphan Drive, Tuebrook, Liverpool, L6 7UN

Phone: 0151 330 8260

Brook Place offers a recovery focused service including:

·       Assessment, advice and information

·       Recovery focused approach to care planning and delivery

·       Psychosocial interventions

·       Peer mentors and support

·       Substitute prescribing

·       Community detoxification programmes and referral for inpatient treatment

·       Support and signposting to partnership agencies.

Liverpool Community Alcohol Services (LCAS)

If you need support for alcohol use you can contact LCAS on 0151 471 7784.

LCAS offers a non-medical, psychosocial intervention for those who experience problem drinking. We can also support with referrals to inpatient detoxification or signpost to community services.

Hope Centre inpatient facility

Mersey Care runs the Hope Centre, offering detoxification programmes for those who are unable to detoxify within the community or who have been unsuccessful trying to do so. You cannot self-refer however our teams at LCAS or Brook Place can refer you.

Smithdown Health Park, Smithdown Road, Liverpool, L15 2HE

Phone: 0151 330 8074

 Resources

Lower My Drinking Platform

lower my drinking.jpg

Find ways to lower your drinking by downloading the free Lower My Drinking app from App Store or Google Play. 

Additional support

If you require additional support, please contact: