Eight Free Services For Bristolians Who Need Help
Nickii, Kia and Charlotte share a list of services in Bristol that are free and can get you help. Help doesn’t need to cost money.
If you’re dealing with a range of issues like a violent relationship, eating disorder or alcohol or drug misuse, you may be thinking that getting help, advice or finding a service must cost loads of money. Actually, in Bristol, you can find free services and projects designed to help people improve their well-being.
Drugs And Alcohol Abuse Advice
Bristol Mind provides a range of drug and alcohol treatment and support services in Bristol and North Somerset. They even have a helpline number: 0117 930 0282.
Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experiences, strength and hope with each other so that they can recover from alcohol abuse. Their helpline number is: 0117 926 5520. Find a meeting near you
Bristol Drugs Project is an independent agency delivering accessible confidential information, advices and services to people misusing drugs and alcohol.
BEAT is a helpline offering information and support for people with eating disorders, in particular people suffering from anorexia and bulimia. The helpline number is 0345 634 1414. Check out their website
Over-Eaters Anonymous is a fellowship of individuals who are suffering or recovering from compulsive over-eating disorder. This support is provided through group meetings and experience-sharing. Go to their website
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