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Alcohol & Drugs
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Use this map to find the following services. If you are within the area, internet is available and your GPS is on you should see your location as a green marker on this map.
Change, Grow, Live (Single Point of Contact)
Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-9pm Sat 9am-1pm
North Castle Street,
45 Cowane Street
27-29 Vicar Street
CGL provide 1:1/Psycho-social interventions and wrap-around support to individuals who use drugs and alcohol:
Primary Care Workers will work across GP practices to provide:
CGL provide a community rehabilitation group work programme and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.
Harm Reduction is provided in all 3 CGL bases
IEP times are 12-2pm daily,
Community Alcohol and Drug Service (CADS)
The Substance Misuse Service is an area wide service based between Stirling and Falkirk Community Hospitals. There are outpatient clinics held in numerous venues throughout Forth Valley.
The service comprises of treatment services for people experiencing drugs and/or alcohol problems. The service adopts a multi-disciplinary approach with medical, nursing, psychological and allied professional input.
Substance Misuse Service
St Ninians Health Centre
Stirling FK7 0BS
Tel: 01786 468282
Substance Misuse Service
Falkirk Community Hospital
Falkirk, FK1 5SU
Tel: 01324 673670
Forth Valley Substance Treatment Service (DTTO/CPO)
Provides an exclusive specialist assessment and treatment service for the Courts in the Forth Valley area either through a Drug Treatment and Testing Order, or through a Community Payback Order with a drug or alcohol treatment requirement.
Hours: Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm (In person or by phone). Voicemail available out of hours.
Tel: 01786 434165 / 434166
Addiction Recovery Services (ARS)
To provide treatment services to individuals experiencing difficulties with substance misuse. The service aims to encourage and support recovery for these individuals.
Hours: Mon-Fri 9-5pm (In person or by phone) Out of hours voicemail only
General Practitioner Prescribing Service (GPPS)
Promotes & encourages General Practitioner (GP) involvement in the support and treatment of opiate dependency and provide support for this within Primary Care and provide support and training to GPs and Community Pharmacists. To provide movement towards a reduction of use.
Hours (In person or by phone): Mon-Fri 9am-5pm Out of hours mobile/voicemail
Forth Valley Family Support Service
Provides information and support to individuals, family members and friends affected by someone else's alcohol or drug use. We aim to increase knowledge of addiction issues and help family members and friends cope better and influence positive change for themselves and loved ones.
Address: Head Office - Stirling House, 226 St Vincent Street,
Glasgow G2 5RQ
Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, see below for 1:1 evening and group support
Helpline: 08080 101011 Mon-Fri 9am-11pm, Sat-Sun 5pm-11pm
Tel: 0141 221 0544
Current Group Information:
Stirling Family Support Group
Address: Raploch Community Campus, Drip Road, Raploch, Stirling FK8 1RD
Hours: Every 2nd Thursday 6pm to 8pm
Alloa Family Support Group
Address: CTSI/ACE Recycling Building, The Whins, Whins Road, Alloa FK10 3TA
Hours: Every Tuesday 1.30pm to 3.30pm
Falkirk Family Support Group
Address: Addiction Support and Counselling, 32 Vicar Street, Falkirk FK1 1JB
Hours: Tues 5pm-6.30pm and 4pm-5pm for 1-2-1 drop in
Grangemouth Family Support Group
Address: Grangemouth Education Unit, 69-71 Abbots Road, Grangemouth FK3 8JE
Hours: Mon 10am-12pm