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National Association for Children of Alcoholics (Nacoa)
item category:Children & young people

National Association for Children of Alcoholics (Nacoa) is a charity that supports children, young people, and adults who have been affected by their parents drinking.

Project 6 Sheffield
item category:Alcohol, drugs & addiction

Project 6 Sheffield (formally Sheffield Alcohol Support Service (SASS)) is a local charity which delivers services for individuals with drug and alcohol addictions and complex needs.

Alcoholics Anonymous
item category:Alcohol, drugs & addiction

Alcoholics Anonymous is a 12 step fellowship of people who share their experience, strength and hope with each other so that they may solve their common issues and help others…

Likewise
item category:Alcohol, drugs & addiction

Likewise is the alcohol and drug service for adults (18+) across Sheffield.

Al-Anon Family Groups and Alateen
item category:Children & young people

Al-Anon Family Groups is part of a worldwide organisation offering understanding and support for families and friends of people who have issues around alcohol.

Combat Stress
item category:Veterans

…mental health problems such as anxiety, depression, anger issues, alcohol and substance misuse and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

Phoenix Futures
item category:Alcohol, drugs & addiction

Phoenix Futures is a national charity that provides services for people with drug and alcohol problems.

ACoA Sheffield/ACA is a national 12-step programme for people who grew up in alcoholic, abusive, or dysfunctional homes.

The Corner
item category:Children & young people

The Corner is a free and confidential substance misuse service for young people, 10 up to 18, who are experiencing problems with drugs and alcohol in Sheffield.

Drinkline
item category:Families & carers

Drinkline is the national alcohol helpline.

UK SMART Recovery
item category:Alcohol, drugs & addiction

…help people who are struggling with addictive behaviours, including (but not limited to): Drugs Alcohol Cigarettes Gambling Food Shopping Internet UK SMART Recovery groups are free but some groups ask…

The Archer Project
item category:Alcohol, drugs & addiction

…food, drinks & food parcels Showers and laundry facilities In-house nurse & dental clinics One-to-one support (including support with benefits, housing, and help attending drug & alcohol treatment) Access to…