How we can help
We are dedicatedto helping you. We have a range of options available to support you. This includes harm reduction and access to our needle exchange, advice, information, group sessions and one-to-one sessions.
We are a 5-minute walk from the town centre, towards Oxford Street.
- 41 Oxford Street
Wellingborough NN8 4JG
You can also book appointments for every other Thursday until 20:00.
- Monday 9.30 - 16.45
- Tuesday 9.30 - 16.45
- Wednesday 12.00 - 16.45
- Thursday 9.30 – 16.45
- Friday 9.30 - 16.00
We have a free and confidential helpline. You can call and book an appointment. The number is: 0808 169 8512
Phone number: 0808 169 8512
Email address: [email protected]
Advice and support
Your Recovery Coordinator will create your care plan with you to help you make use of your strengths and achieve your goals.
Peer mentors are available for you to talk to. They may have personal experience of the issues you're facing.
Your care plan
We will create your recovery plan with you, and focus on your personal strengths and what you want to achieve. We'll create your recovery plan using language that means something to you. You'll own your own personal goals and decide what actions to take. There are lots of support options to help you achieve your goals. We'll review your actions with you every three months.
Volunteers are a vital part of the way we set out to deliver our vision. They are a powerful force for change and their support increases the quality, quantity, and accessibility of our services and the range of help we can offer.
We welcome anyone to volunteer with us and appreciate any time that you are able to give us to support our service.
We want your experience as a volunteer to be positive and we will invest in you with training, support, and supervision. You will also be able to claim back travel expenses too.
If you are interested in becoming a Volunteer, please contact volunteer coordinator David Sagar on 07827985684 or [email protected].