Local support groups

 

SUN Network Independant Service User Group

 The SUN Network wants to enable people to have a good experience of their local Drug and Alcohol Services in Cambridgeshire.

We can only do this by hearing your views and helping you get involved in shaping future services.

Telephone: 01480 276057

Email: enquiries@sunnetwork.org.uk

Facebook: The SUN Network

Follow us on Twitter @SUNnetworkcambs

SUN Network Drug and Alcohol posters.pdf

Human Library Event:

http://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/Cambridge-8217-s-8216-human-library-8217-set/story-23133462-detail/story.html

 


 

 

Recovery Champions

 

Recovery Champions provide support for anyone who needs it, if you’re interested in becoming one all you have to do is get in touch. If you’re the right person, Inclusion will:
• match you with a supervisor who can offer you support, training and guidance.
• give you specific tasks to help you on your way.
• you’ll also get to meet Recovery Champions from other projects.

By becoming a recovery champion, you will have the opportunity to gain vaulable skills in attending training courses and experience in working in the treatment sector. Feeling a sense of reward in contributing your knowledge and experince to other peers in need of support.

  • Providing support and encouragement to people when they first come to Inclusion
  • Ensuring good working relationships between service users, Inclusion and others
  • Acting as a mentor
  • Supporting in group work
  • Providing out of hours support

If you would like further information in becoming a recovery champion please speak to Julia Williams - Service User Engagement Lead. Email: julia.williams7@nhs.net or telephone: 0300 555 0101 selecting option 2 

 


Cambridgeshire Families Anonymous

Meet on Mondays 8.00pm- 9.30pm at the Hall, George Pateman Court, Tenison Rd, Cambridge CB1 2R9.

To make contact with a local FA group before going to a meeting, please call the office or the helpline on 0845 1200 660.


Cambridgeshire Cocaine Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous groups

Please see the below attachment for information on the local CA and NA groups. Data is corrected at the time of updating, please check the group websites for the most up to date information.
Cambridgeshire mutual aid groups

 

Got Hepatitis C? Want to speak to others in the same position?

Whether you're newly diagnosed, or have had it for years, there is now a place where you can off-load, share or discuss coping strategies.  Contact: Mike at cambshepc@yahoo.co.uk Mobile (messages only) 07976 669149 for details of dates/times of sessions being held.

http://cambsdaat.org/sites/default/files/files/Hep%20c%20poster_0.pdf

Further advice and details of National helplines can be found at:  http://www.hepctrust.org.uk/  and  http://www.britishlivertrust.org.uk/home.

 

Al-Anon Group Meetings 

Visit website to find details of local meetings held in Cambridgeshire:  http://www.al-anonuk.org.uk/meetings/