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Do you need drugs and/or alcohol to feel confident, cope with stress, avoid pain and discomfort, enjoy yourself, function on a day-to-day basis, increase your energy levels, feel part of your social circle or satisfy a craving?
i-access support people in Surrey who want help with their problematic drug use and those who are dependent on alcohol and want to stop or control their drinking. Our main office is in Guildford but we are a Surrey wide service with clinics across the county.
We do this in partnership with Catalyst, a specialist non-profit organisation based in Surrey who support people with problems arising from drugs and alcohol.
Our multi-disciplinary team consists of doctors, nurse specialists, substance misuse specialists, recovery workers, counsellors, care managers, social workers, a Carers’ Liaison Officer and administrators. All are highly experienced at helping people affected by drug and alcohol misuse and their families.
We offer advice and information, one-to-one key-working sessions and group work to support you on your road to recovery. We also provide detoxification services.
If you are concerned about your substance use, please do not hesitate to contact us for advice and information.
If you’re supporting or caring for someone who has drug or alcohol problems, our Carers’ Liaison Officer can help you. Please call 0300 222 5932 for advice.
Find out how to get help and ways that we can support you.