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  • JSNA Substance Misuse

    There are a variety of reasons why people use drugs and alcohol.... Many people use drugs and alcohol in a recreational way that causes no problem to them or the people around them and most people are able to stop using them without help and support.... It is estimated that the cost of drug misuse to society is £15.4 billion each year in healthcare costs, crime and loss of productivity.
  • Together we make the community safer

    Local drug market - Understand what's happening in your neighbourhood and London when it comes to drugs.
  • Antisocial behaviour

    drug/substance misuse... The dealing of drugs is a serious criminal offence and needs to be reported to the police in the first instance.... However, the police are the main partner for drug-related issues.
  • Antisocial behaviour

    If you or someone you know is experiencing issues with drug and/or alcohol use, the Kingston Wellbeing Service is available to local residents aged 18 and over.... The service provides community treatment for dependence on alcohol and a range of drugs.
  • Concerned about a child?

    You can get advice on the things affecting you - like alcohol, drugs, eating disorders, self harm and sexual health on our 'Supporting young people' pages.
  • Needle Exchange

    The needle exchange service provides injecting drug users in Kingston access to sterile equipment such as needles and syringes.
  • Safer Kingston Partnership Plan 2024-2029

    Substance misuse can be a factor in a range of crimes, as a driver behind a range of offences; from acquisitive offences to fund addiction and organised crime, to serious violent offences relating to feuds over drug supply activity, in addition to drug specific offences relating to possession and supply... Many with mental health needs appear in other high-risk cohorts; including those with drug and/or alcohol challenges, those who are socially isolated and living in poor quality housing, as well as young people and adults who are at risk of exploitation
  • Early Help Assessment

    This could be a learning mentor for help with school-work, or drugs worker for help with a drugs problem.
  • Anti Social Behaviour Policy

    Drunk and disorderly through alcohol or drugs
  • Get help from domestic or sexual violence

    We understand that victims of violence often have limited time in which to access support, so this service brings together various professionals who may be able to help you; there are independent domestic violence specialists providing advocacy and advice, solicitors offering advice and support on injunctions and housing issues, health visitors who can talk to you about any concerns that you might have for your child, drug and alcohol services and mental health support workers.