Drug and Alcohol Support Services

Drug and alcohol misuse are two significant issues facing people today and they can be very harmful to your physical and mental health and wellbeing.

There are treatment services to support adults and young people affected by drug and alcohol misuse in Suffolk. Drug and Alcohol treatment services for adults and young people in Suffolk are provided by Turning Point in conjunction with Suffolk Family Carers and Iceni.  

Services provided include: 

  • Open access services for all
  • Harm reduction services
  • Structured group work programme
  • Recovery support and aftercare
  • Outreach and community initiatives
  • Family interventions
  • Support to families and carers
  • Specialist nursing staff
  • A revitalised shared care service
  • Dedicated recovery workers
  • Complimentary therapies
  • Activities and trips


Find out more information from Turning Point

Where can I can get help?

Drug and alcohol treatment and support is available across Suffolk. Services are open Monday-Saturday and are staffed by local teams. If you, a family member or a friend need advice or support with drug or alcohol misuse, or would like a referral into treatment, you can contact: 

Phone: 0300 123 0872

Email: suffolk@turning-point.co.uk

Secure email for referrals: ECHUB.turningpointsuffolk@nhs.net


Sanderson House
11-17 Museum Street

Bury St. Edmunds
Garland House
2 Looms Lane
Bury St. Edmunds
IP33 1HB


Woodbury House
Mill Road
NR33 0PP

Young People’s Service
Sanderson House
11-17 Museum Street





Help and Support for Young People

Turning Point offers a bespoke service to people under 25 who want to make changes to their drug or alcohol use. This service is outreach so they can meet the young person at a location and time that works for them.

They offer one to one sessions to help educate, inform and support change.

To refer to the Young People's service please call 0300 123 0872 or complete this online form and someone from the team will get back to you. 

Further information about the Turning Point Young People's service can be found here


Young people’s drug and alcohol use screening tool (DUST)

The DUST form is designed for use with young people about whom there may be concerns regarding drug and alcohol use. Download an editable copy of the screening tool with full instructions to undertake the form, where to access further help and information and where to send it.

Additional support in Suffolk

  • Anglia Care Trust work with identified 'street drinkers' to support them into and through their recovery. Find out more about their community safety services
  • Focus 12 is an independent charity in Bury St Edmunds providing drug and alcohol rehabilitation. 
  • East Coast Recovery specialise in the treatment of drug and alcohol addiction through a residential rehabilitation programme.

Online Support