Alcohol and Drugs

Bristol Drug Project is Bristol-based charity to help you with alcohol and drug related problems. With over 30 years’ experience providing a free and confidential service, they have the expert knowledge to support you, whether you are looking for help for:

  • yourself – looking for help with your alcohol or drug use
  • someone you care about – a parent, carer, partner or friend seeking advice and support
  • professional guidance – working in another organisation and wanting advice or information on alcohol and drug effects, services and support.

“BDP are always friendly and non-judgemental. “

“Alcohol and drug problems damage individuals, families and communities. Bristol Drugs Project is reducing harm, promoting change, challenging prejudice and maximising people’s potential.”

BDP works in local communities and health centres to support GPs and their patients who present asking for help. Shared care workers work with both GPs and patients to address a patient’s dependency through pharmacological and therapeutic interventions. BDP’s aim is to help reduce the harm to the patient and community from problematic alcohol and drug use by supporting substituting prescribing.

Regular one-to-one sessions are available with a BDP worker at the Old School Surgery for people who are alcohol or drugs dependent and wish to receive substitute medication.

You can:

  • be referred via your GP
  • call the BDP on 0117 987 6000 (Mon-Fri 9am-8pm; Sat 10am-5pm). (If no answer, please leave a message with your name and number and they will call you back)
  • send an email on [email protected]
  • send post to their business address at 11 Brunswick Square, Bristol BS2 8PE
  • use online form, please click here

More information about BDP can be found at www.bdp.org.uk


Useful contacts:
Alcoholics Anonymous
www.alcoholics-anonymous.org.uk

Al Anon (for families and friends of problem drinkers)
www.al-anonuk.org.uk

NHS Website
www.nhs.uk/live-well/alcohol-support

We are with you
www.wearewithyou.org.uk

Adfam
adfam.org.uk

The National Association for Children of Alcoholics
www.nacoa.org.uk

SMART Recovery
www.smartrecovery.org.uk

Caring for an alcoholic?
https://carers.org/caring-for-someone-with-a-specific-condition/alcohol-substance-misuse-and-addiction

Narcotics Anonymous (NA)
ukna.org