The Kingston Wellbeing Service offers free and confidential support to people affected by drug and alcohol use. This service is open to individuals aged 18 or over and who live in the London Borough of Kingston.
We work from our base at Surbiton Health Centre on Ewell Road as well as within criminal justice settings across Kingston, including custody and courts.
This new integrated service is delivered by a partnership of organisations: Lifeline, and CANDI.
The Gateway Service of the Kingston Wellbeing Service
The Gateway Service acts as the single point of referral for anyone experiencing problems with drugs and alcohol, including people who come through the criminal justice system. We provide comprehensive assessment, support and advice as well as referrals to appropriate support programmes.
The Gateway Service is part of the Kingsway Wellbeing Service and is delivered by CANDI, Lifeline and WDP.
Services available include
- One-to-one support & treatment
- Alcohol screening and assessment
- Access to prescribing appointments
- Assessment and preparation for detox and residential rehab
- Integrated Offender Management (IOM) programme
- Assessment and referral for mental health issues (IAPT - Improving Access to Psychological Therapies)
How to access the service
Via a referral from a criminal justice service such as the Police, Probation, Courts, HM Prison Service, CARATs.
You can also access the service on a voluntary basis or through referral from your GP.
We work in partnership with CANDI and Lifeline
Kingston Wellbeing Service
Surbiton Health Centre
Surbiton, Surrey, KT6 6EZ
T: 020 3317 7900
24/7 Referral Line: 0800 840 6704
*Please be advised that this email address should not be used to send confidential information. Contact your local service to find out how to make a referral