EACH can provide you with support that is culturally sensitive to help you address your problematic drug and alcohol use.
If you are interested in counselling to address your drug or alcohol issues, contact us to arrange an assessment. EACH provides free assessments including information about what counselling entails. This will allow you to make an informed decision if you want to begin therapy. We can also advise you on other services that are available in the local area.
EACH believes in offering affordable support to all who need it. Counselling is offered on a short or long term basis, and fees are £40 per 50 minute session though concessionary rates are available depending on your circumstances. Day, evening and weekend sessions are available to accommodate your work or caring responsibilities.
This is a rolling twelve week programme, providing daily groups Monday to Friday in our Ealing centre. You can join on any Monday. The programme helps to overcome barriers to recovery and develops skills needed to maintain abstinence. It will also help you create new support and friendship networks with others who have had similar experiences.
The programme includes…
You can access this programme by self-funding or through funding provided by your local authority. Please contact us for further information and costs.
If you are interested in exploring issues around addictions including; drugs, alcohol, legal-highs, gambling and other behaviours you want to change, you can join this open group on Thursday evenings.
The group offers an open and non-judgemental space facilitated by an experienced group therapist. Call us for more information, and to arrange a 'taster' session before you commit to joining the group.
Group fees are £50 for 6 weeks.
EACH can provide LGBTQ specific support through group therapy at our Ealing centre. The group creates a safe space to discuss many issues and important topics such as; sexual identity, gender identity, coming out, mental health, HIV diagnoses, chem-sex, safe sex, hate-crime.
If you are interested joining this group, please contact us for more information.
EACH work with young people in Brent to reduce harm and risks associated with substance misuse and offending behaviour. This service is funded by London Borough of Brent.