Facing drug and alcohol problems on your own can be a scary and lonely experience, and asking for help can feel pretty daunting. That is why when you take that first big step of contacting us, we’ll make sure we’re with you for every further step of the way.

Across England and Scotland we have teams of dedicated drug and alcohol support workers who will help find the support you need.

We provide support in a number of settings.

In the community

Our community services work across the country to provide information, advice and support for people with problematic drug and alcohol use. Our trained drug and alcohol workers offer a range of support and guidance depending on your needs and situation. Everyone who enters our community service is treated as an individual and their care designed around their individual needs. We also have a range of specialist community services for young people and over 50s. For those who are unable to travel to their community service we offer outreach support in some areas.

In residentials

Our residential services provide drug and alcohol free residential rehabilitation. You will live in the service for around 3-6 months, and during this time our staff help you to address your problematic drug and alcohol use and you will live as part of the community within the residential. You will learn and develop the skills needed for you to live a drug and alcohol free life after you leave the residential. When you have completed residential treatment, our staff will help you to find move-on accommodation and provide further support.

In prisons

We work within a number of prisons across England, helping offenders to address their substance misuse while in custody. Our services offer one-to-one and group support. We also offer support for families and loved ones.

In supported housing

Supported housing offers drug and alcohol free accommodation for people with substance misuse problems. The housing provides those in recovery with the opportunity to gain independence living in a community with their peers, while still receiving support from drug and alcohol support workers.

Phoenix Futures is a registered charity in England and Wales (No 284880) and in Scotland (No SCO39008); Company Limited by Guarantee Number 1626869; Registered Provider of Social Housing with Homes England (H3795).