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The Alcohol & Drug Service

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The Alcohol & Drug Service works in partnership to support people affected by substance misuse to make positive change.

We’ve helped thousands of people in Humberside, Lincolnshire and Yorkshire on the road to recovery. These are individuals from every walk of life that struggle with alcohol or drug misuse.

But it is also their families, communities, the NHS and our society that benefits when the cycle of addiction is broken. Recovery reduces the social, health, employment and economic costs of substance abuse.

This is why the Alcohol & Drug Service is here. Thank you for supporting us.

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If you know someone who is struggling with substance misuse, they are not
alone. Right now, more than 1.1 million men and women are dependent on alcohol.

The decision to change and get help can be very difficult. The Alcohol & Drug Service supports people through this stage.

We’re funded by individual fundraising efforts, charitable grants and the NHS.

Even though we’ve been transforming the lives of people affected by drugs or alcohol misuse for over 30 years, some people may not have heard of us.

This is because we always work in partnership – and often deliver our services which have their own names. Our services are also known as: The East Riding Partnership - The East Riding; Foundations - North East Lincolnshire and ASPIRE - Doncaster.
But whatever the projects are called, we are focused on supporting people who want to make a positive change.

Charity No: 1108595

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Website
http://www.ads-uk.org
Facebook
http://www.facebook.com/TheAlcoholDrugService
Twitter
http://www.twitter.com/alcoholdrugserv
YouTube
http://www.youtube.com/user/AlcoholDrugService

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