Clinical Services

Drop-in advice and counselling available for those concerned about their difficulties with substance use

Drop-in advice

The drop-in is a low threshold service that gives us the opportunity to engage with individuals who are not yet ready to commit to more structured treatments. This provides the opportunity to engage with our services in a less structured manner, but that still allows us to offer potentially life-saving advice around overdose prevention, blood-borne viruses, and healthy living (including dental care and healthy eating.)

During drop-in sessions, we’ll also explain our other services that may benefit you – you can choose to access these if you wish, at a pace that suits you.

To find out more about our drop-in advice service, contact our Bridgend office.

Substance Misuse Counselling

Our substance misuse counselling services are designed to help you get more of an insight into the substance misuse problems you may be struggling with, identify the goals you want to reach, and empower you to make your own choices and decisions about your future. Counselling can help you to see our problems more clearly, and to reduce confusion and mental clutter around the challenges you face.

All counsellors working in our Bridgend office are graduate qualified or working towards qualifications, and have been trained to work in this specialised area.

The counselling takes place within a safe, non-judgemental and non-discriminatory environment. Our services are available to provide advice, information and counselling to people who think they may have a problem with substance misuse.

We can provide guidance and support to those who want to cut down their substance use or stop altogether, exploring with you the underlying reasons behind your substance use, and helping you to make the choices that will work for you.

To find out more about our counselling service, contact our Bridgend office.

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