Southampton's drug and alcohol service reopened its doors at a new address on Wednesday, 12 February 2020
The service, commissioned by Southampton City Council for Change Grow Live (CGL), has moved to a new building at 50-52 London Road, Southampton SO152AH, which has been designed to provide a psychologically informed environment to support recovery. The service supports local people with drug and alcohol problems to reduce harm and overcome their issues through health interventions and psychological support, individual and group programmes and help with finding education, training, and employment opportunities.
Councillor Peter Baillie, the Mayor of Southampton, formally opened the new service by cutting a ribbon. He was also photographed having a dry blood spot test (which is used to test for blood borne viruses such as hepatitis C), as part of Change Grow Live’s campaign to eliminate hepatitis C.
Cllr Dave Shields, Cabinet Member for Healthier and Safer City, said: “I’m very pleased that our partner in rehabilitation services, Change Grow Live, now has a top-notch location and offices to match its level of assistance to clients. We’re taking a very forward-thinking approach to drugs in Southampton and working with CGL is an integral part of that.
If you or someone you love is concerned about your/their relationship with alcohol or drugs, I encourage you to get in touch with Change Grow Live in Southampton on 02380 717171 or email them: firstname.lastname@example.org
More information about getting help with drug and alcohol issues in Southampton may be found online. CGL is free and confidential for anyone aged 25 and over.
Anyone aged under 25 can contact No Limits for help on 02380 224224 or email@example.com
Change Grow Live’s mission is to help people change the direction of their lives, grow as individuals and live life to its full potential.