Drugs & Alcohol

Connection Support

Connection Support cover housing support, homelessness, isolation, money management, mental health and drug and alcohol abuse. Fill out the relevant referral form (for the service users location) to access support.

An insiders view to prison

A book called 'Prison on an L plate - A beginners guide for the first timer' by Dan Angelino, priced £1.99 on Kindle, tells you all you need to know from the moment of arrest, through the whole prison sentence and release, from a very honest ex-offender. This book is well written (if you can accept the odd spelling mistake and bad grammar) but is an invaluable source of information for anyone who wants to know the inside story.

The Oasis Partnership

(Wycombe and Aylesbury offices) provides advice, information, assessment and counselling to anyone who is concerned about their own or someone else's alcohol or drug use, plus training and education on drug/alcohol issues to other agencies and professional groups.

Positively UK

Champions the rights of people living with HIV and related health conditions. Support for people to come to terms with an HIV diagnosis; manage complex treatment regimens; and through practical support such as accessing hardship funds. They have groups which allow people living with HIV to meet others, and talk openly about HIV in a safe and supportive environment and build lifelong support networks.