Drugs and alcohol

There are a variety of local organisations that offer support around drugs and alcohol abuse. 

Battle Against Tranquilisers
Battle Against Tranquilisers is an organisation that supports you if you are addicted to benzodiazepines and 'Z' drug tranquilisers and sleeping pills (and drugs with similar effects) and wish to withdraw from them, to do so as comfortably as possible and to make the changes necessary in life after withdrawal.

Bristol ROADS (Recovery Orientated Alcohol & Drugs Service)
Bristol ROADS (Recovery orientated Alcohol & Drugs Service) provides a wide range of services for individuals wishing to access support and treatment for problematic alcohol and drug use, as well as support for their friends and family. ROADS is delivered by five providers: Bristol Drugs Project, Addiction Recovery Agency, Bristol Specialist Drug & Alcohol Service, Developing Health & Independence and St Mungo's.

The Junction
The Junction is an accommodation-based drug and alcohol service that is accredited and funded by Bristol City Council. The project provides good quality housing and individual support to men and women whose lives have been directly affected by alcohol or substance misuse.

There are a variety of national organisations that offer support around drugs and alcohol abuse.

Alcoholics Anonymous Great Britain
Alcoholics Anonymous Great Britain supports the personal recovery and continued sobriety of alcoholics.

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