Free and confidential help for Merton residents aged 18+

Are you worried about your own or someone else's drug or alcohol use?

If so, get in touch with our expert team at WDP Merton.

We’ll discuss what concerns you have and make a plan together, to help you manage, reduce or stop your drug or alcohol use.

You can call or email our service on the details below. You can also use our online form through this link:

I want to register myself or another person with WDP Merton

  

Help and support we offer:

  • Regular one-to-one sessions with your own allocated keyworker (if you prefer you can work with a practitioner who speaks Tamil or Polish).
  • A range of different groups and workshops depending on your goals
  • Access to community or residential detoxes from alcohol, opiates, and GHB/GBL (G).
  • Evening appointments, online groups, and telephone or video one-to-one sessions are available to fit around your other commitments.
  • Looking ahead to what’s next: motivational programmes, education, training and employment support, peer mentoring and volunteering.

Our Family and Carers service can support family, loved ones and carers of people who have alcohol or drug problems.

View our service leaflet to see the full list of support available.

Service leaflet (English)

Ulotka/informacje w jezyku (Polskim)

சேவை தகவல் துண்டுப்பிரசுரம் (தமிழ்)

  

Getting help for you or someone you know

You can call, email or visit our service in person.

You can also use the links below to register with WDP Merton through our online referral form. Any professional, such as a housing support worker, social worker, GP or nurse can make a referral on your behalf using the link below too.

I want to register myself or another person with WDP Merton

Professionals can also download, complete, and email/post our paper copy Referral Form.

 

Getting support during COVID-19 

During the coronavirus pandemic, we have needed to 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, contact us on the details below and we’ll do our best to make sure you still get the help you need.

 

Contact us

Please call before coming into the service.

Any professional, such as housing support worker, social worker, GP or nurse, can also make the referral on your behalf using our Referral Form.

Tel: 0300 303 4610

Email: [email protected]

7-8 Langdale Parade
Mitcham, CR4 2PF

Transport links: Mitcham Eastfields station, Mitcham tram stop, plus local buses that stop at Mitcham Fair Green

Map of service location

Opening times:
Monday 10:00-17:00
Tuesday 10:00-19:00
Wednesday 10:00-17:00
Thursday 10:00-19:00
Friday 10:00-17:00



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