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Saturday 25 February 2017
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Drug and alcohol misuse services

Derbyshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust provides a vast range of drug and alcohol services offering support to people of all ages in our local communities.

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Derby drug and alcohol service

Derby drug and alcohol service (DDAS) is a consortium drug treatment service between Derbyshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, Phoenix Futures and Aquarius. The service is based at St Andrews House and St Peters Churchyard in Derby. The service is for any adult (18 years +) who wishes to address any issues they have caused by the use of drugs or alcohol. DDAS only accepts referrals via the Single Point of Entry Assessment and Recovery (SPEAR) for drug and alcohol treatment provided by Phoenix Futures. This is an open access (Monday to Friday, 9.00am - 4.00pm) assessment service with no appointment required.

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Derbyshire substance misuse service

Derbyshire substance misuse service is a consortium drug treatment service between Derbyshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, Phoenix Futures and SPODA and is currently based at locations throughout the county, including Bayheath House, (Chesterfield), Erewash House (Ilkeston), The Mews (Ripley) and Bankgate (Swadlincote). The team is an open access service and individuals can refer themselves or be referred by another person with their consent.

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Breakout 

Derby's young person’s substance misuse service based at The Space, Connexions, Curzon House, 8 Curzon Street, Derby. Breakout provides care, planned treatment and advice to people under the age of 19 on any aspect of drug or alcohol misuse. More information >>