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Together Drug & Alcohol Service – Barnstaple Hub

Together, a partnership of EDP Drug & Alcohol Services (EDP), Devon Doctors and Devon Partnership NHS Trust (DPT) will deliver drug and alcohol services in communities across Devon.

The collaboration aims to support people to build healthy lifestyles, healthy relationships, healthy families and healthy communities.

The service combines support for drug and alcohol misuse, with a range of psychological interventions and links with housing advice, Early Help support and advice and support to improve people’s physical and mental health.

‘Together’ will work with local organisations who are committed to delivering a new, different and creative way of partnership working. The service will work collaboratively, moving over the first year or so to a system where people only tell their story once and can access support when and where it is needed across the whole of Devon and online.

Famanon – Barnstaple meeting

Families Anonymous Meetings are for Families and Friends of those with a drug or related behavioural problem.

To make contact with a local FA member before going to a meeting, please call the office or the helpline.

Y-Smart

We provide support and advice for young people under 18, parents, families and professionals and also deliver multi-agency training across the county.

We provide targeted education in schools for those who are vulnerable to substance misuse; this may include children out of mainstream education, those receiving alternative education provision and other education centres such as secure units. We also provide support for young people whose lives have been impacted by parental, carer or sibling substance use.

We work with young people who experiment with drugs and alcohol; with those who have more complex needs and whose drug and alcohol use may be beginning to affect other parts of their lives; also with young people whose lives may be severely impacted and may need pharmacological interventions and support.

This service is for you if:

  • you would you like more information, help or advice about drugs or alcohol
  • you are you worried about your drug and alcohol use
  • you are affected by friends, carers or family’s drug and alcohol use
  • you are a parent or professional looking for advice, support, or a place to refer someone that you are concerned about
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