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subw ze How to contact us
How to contact us
Streetbase Advice +
50 Wakering Road, Barking IG11 8GN
Mobile: 07765 402 133
Office: 020 8227 5019
Fax: 020 8591 3316
Email: [email protected]
You can contact us yourself or you can be referred
by your family or by any voluntary or statutory
agency, such as a youth club, GP or social worker.
Opening hours:
Monday to Friday 9am-5pm
Please contact us for an appointment or details
about times and locations of our drop-in sessions.
www.cri.org.uk
Charity Registration No: 1079327 (England and Wales)
Charity Registration No: SC039861 (Scotland)
Company Registration No: 3861209 (England & Wales)
Publication ID: 20130625T083957
subw ze
Drug and Alcohol Support Service
for Young People, Children and Families
Phone or text:
07765 402 133
www.cri.org.uk
Who we are
Subwize is an
outreach drug and
alcohol service
for young people,
children and families
in Barking and
Dagenham.
We are a team of
experienced drug and
alcohol workers who
specialise in working
with young people,
children and families.
Are you
u
Using drugs or alcohol?
u Concerned about your health, personal relationships, money, offending or education?
u Worried that your use of drugs or alcohol is getting
worse?
Using drugs or alcohol
to cope with problems?
u
Wanting support to make changes in your life?
u
We offer
u A wide range of approaches and treatments to help you cut down or stop your use of drugs and alcohol
u Assessment of your specific support needs
u
u Confidential support, information and advice
u Appointments at a convenient location
u
Under 24 years old and living in the borough of
Barking and Dagenham?
u
u Affected by other people’s
substance misuse?
u Worried about your child
or someone you care for?
One-to-one sessions
Gateway to other services
u Drop-in service at local
centres in the borough
u Advice and information for parents and carers of young people
u
Male and female workers
u Stories, games and age appropriate activities to help children affected by substance misuse

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