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We help people with drug problems both in their local community and as an inpatient.
If you have concerns about the amount that you or someone you know is misusing drugs or alcohol you can discuss your concerns with your GP. He or she will be able to assess and advise you on the best service to meet your need, and refer you into treatment.
If you are in urgent need of help we recommend you contact your GP or 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.
A new project that aims to reduce the use of banned Class C drug KHAT has launched in Liverpool.
The initiative will help affected communities understand the health and legal implications of using KHAT, a plant-based substance banned since 2014.
If you live in Liverpool and have a problem with using opiates you can be referred to our community drug team 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:
Orphan Drive, Tuebrook, Liverpool, L6 7UN
Tel: 0151 330 8260
Fax: 0151 330 8262
There is currently no email address for Brook Place
Brook Place offers a recovery focused service including:
- Assessment, advice and information
- Recovery focused approach to care planning and delivery
- Psycho-social interventions
- Peer mentors and support
- Substitute prescribing
- Community detoxification programmes and referral for inpatient treatment
- Support and signposting to partnership agencies.
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 DART or Brook Place can refer you.
Smithdown Health Park, Smithdown Road, Liverpool, L15 2HE
Tel: 0151 330 8074
Community drug services for people living in Sefton are provided by Ambition Sefton
We understand that reaching out for help is often the most difficult step to take. If you would like help, you can arrange an appointment to discuss this further by:
- asking your GP, practice nurse, other health professional or voluntary sector agency to refer you
- arranging an appointment or asking a question by contacting one of the below number.
For services in Bootle contact: Sefton House, Canal Street, Bootle, L20 8AH
Phone: 0151 944 5334
For services in Southport contact: 8 Church Street, Southport, PR9 0QT
Phone: 01704 534 759
We offer a wide range of recovery focused treatment pathways, more information on these can be found here.