The Hackney recovery service offers high quality drug and alcohol support and treatment free to all Hackney residents. It's delivered by a partnership of experienced providers and helps reduce the harm caused to individuals, their families, carers and communities by substance misuse.
If you need advice and information about a drug or alcohol issue that's affecting you, a family member, a friend or someone you care for, it can provide the help and support you need. Experienced professionals can recommend the best treatment option and let you know if you could benefit by attending one-to-one support.
Help and support for drugs and alcohol
The service is only a phone call away. You can call free on 0300 303 2611, or out of hours on 0808 168 8669 or visit Hackney drug and alcohol support for advice on treatment or enquiries about drugs or alcohol.
The Hackney recovery service is based at 110 Mare Street, Hackney, E8 3SG and provides assessments for clients, keyworking, group work, health interventions, and specialised clinical treatment.
The recovery focused service also provides support to carers and families, women-only services, education and training, benefits advice and re-integration activities.
Young Hackney substance misuse service
The service provides information, advice, support and counselling to young people aged 6 up to their 25th birthday who are at risk or have developed problems associated with alcohol or drug misuse. It offers one-to-one appointments and confidential advice by telephone. The service also provides drugs education and prevention sessions to schools, colleges and the wider community along with an advice line for parents and carers.
Call our confidential advice and referral line Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm: 020 8356 7377. You can also email the team in confidence on firstname.lastname@example.org.