Correct at the time of publishing

* Resources other than 12-step groups – check if free of charge.

Consultant Psychiatrists

Addiction Treatment Centres

Priory Group: https:

Providence Projects:

Mount Carmel:

There are many support groups available with little to no cost. Here are a few:

Addictions Anonymous: 0207 584 7383


Adult Children of Alcoholics

PO Box 1576, London SW3 1AZ


Al-Anon: 0800 0086 811

for families and friends of problem drinkers – including after they quit

+ Alateen for people aged 12-20 affected by someone else’s drinking.


Alcoholics Anonymous: 0800 9177 650


AA for Agnostics

Addicts Anonymous



Anxiety UK

Tel: 03444 775 774

British Doctors and Dentists 12 Step Fellowship


& National Bullying helpline:

 BEAT Eating Disorder

0808 801 0677

CITA* – Council for Information on Tranquillisers & Antidepressants


Christians In Recovery


Co-Anon for families and friends of cocaine addicts


Cocaine Anonymous for cocaine/crack and other substances


Coda – Co-Dependents Anonymous for people working to end patterns of dysfunctional relationships and develop functional and healthy relationships


Coercive Control and Psychological Abuse*

Computer Gaming Addicts Anonymous


Cosa (was Codependents of Sex Addicts) for recovery from sexual codependency


Cruse Bereavement Care*


Crystal Meth Anonymous

World meeting list:


Debtors Anonymous for problem debting, compulsive spending, under-earning & other money/work issues


Depression Alliance*

Self-help groups, workshops & conferences.


Depressives Anonymous*: 0870 7744 320


DrinkLine*: 0800 917 8282

Domestic Violence*: 0800 2000 247


Drug Addicts Anonymous


Eating Disorders Association*


Emotions Anonymous

World meeting list:


Families Anonymous: 0207 4984 680

for relatives & friends of people with drug problems


Food Addicts Anonymous


Food Addicts In Recovery Anonymous – help with food obsession, bulimia, overeating or undereating.


Gamblers Anonymous: 0207 384 3040

for gambling problems

Gam-Anon: 0207 384 3040

for relatives of those with gambling problems

Gamcare for support with gambling problems

call free 0808 8020 133


Heroin Anonymous


Heroin Helpline*: 0207 749 4053 (office hours)


HIV Anonymous


Internet & Tech Addiction Anonymous


A Webchat service about chemsex and drug and alcohol issues and for the gay and bi men and MSM



London Friend

Tel: 020 7833 1674


Love Addicts Anonymous


Marijuana Anonymous for those who wish to stop using marijuana

Menopause Support

MIND*: 0300 123 3393 or text 86463


Muslim Youth Helpline*

confidential counselling service for young muslims in need; many languages spoken

Nacoa* (National Association for Children of Alcoholics)


Narcotics Anonymous for drug problems: 0300 999 1212

National Association for People Abused in Childhood* (NAPAC) 0808 801 0331


 National Bullying Helpline


Net* – internet addiction in all forms


Nicotine Anonymous


Obsessive Eaters Anonymous


OCD action* – information & support for people with obsessive compulsive disorder


Online Gamers Anonymous


Overeaters Anonymous for problems with food, including anorexia


Pan fellowship – any dependency/codependency

7pm Fridays – Methodist Hall, Fulham Broadway, London


Pills Anonymous

World meeting list:


Samaritans*: 116 123

for anyone feeling low, depressed or suicidal


S-Anon for people affected by someone else’s sexual behaviour


Sex Addicts Anonymous: 07843 108 302 or 07599 917 686


Sexaholics Anonymous: 020 8946 2436

(for those who want to stop their self-destructive sexual thinking and behaviour)


Sex & Love Addicts Anonymous: 

(The Augustine Fellowship)


Sexual Compulsives Anonymous




Spear* Supporting people who self-harm


Staying Safe


Survivors of Incest Anonymous


Talking About Cannabis* Supports families of cannabis users


UK self-help* – website containing hundreds of listings


Underearners Anonymous


Violence Initiative* offers violent people a chance to change – meetings, one-to-one sessions, conflict resolution training


Workaholics Anonymous Celia 01993-878220 or George 020-7498 5927

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