City of London

Coronavirus information

Due to the coronavirus outbreak and the ‘social distancing’ guidance issued by the government, we have needed to reduce and adapt the usual face-to-face support that we provide so we can keep our service users and staff safe.

We will continue to talk with you and help you even if coming into our service isn’t possible.

To check what support is currently available and if there are any changes to our opening times, please contact us on the details below and we’ll do our best to make sure you still get the help you need.


Square Mile Health has a dedicated team of substance misuse practitioners who work alongside other professionals in the City.

We aim to help clients to have a say in the structure of their treatment plans and the way in which the service is delivered.

For more information about Square Mile Health please visit our website.


What we offer

We offer a high quality and professional service providing a range of support to individuals who wish to receive advice, assessment and treatment for their drug and alcohol problems.  We also work alongside our partners to provide smoking cessation services. Our services include:

  • Expert, non-judgemental, confidential advice and support
  • Tailored treatment plans
  • Help with your general health and wellbeing
  • Smoking cessation (in partnership with Queen Mary University of London)
  • Outreach support
  • Prescribing services
  • Support for families and carers
  • Arrest Referral

We are now offering FREE stop smoking services in the city of London as part of a new City Corporation-funded pilot.

For the next 6 months we are able to provide free nicotine replacement therapies, including e-cigarettes, to any City of London employee. We are also able to come to your offices, to allow employee access to quit kits without having to leave the building.

Please visit the Square Mile Health website to find out more.



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For more information, contact us:

Tel: 0300 303 2715


*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