Find out about the different ways we’ve been able to help thousands of people each year
How we can help
Via provides a range of health and wellbeing services to adults and young people across the UK. If you’re looking for advice or help, we can help you get the support you need.
People reached through our services
Years spent developing our expertise in drug and alcohol issues
of our services delivered better outcomes than the national average
Find out below if we provide services in your area, what type of services we offer and how we can help you or someone you know.
How we help
We understand that there are many feelings and situations which lead people to drink more than is healthy for them, and which can mean that they become dependent on alcohol.
Every year, thousands of people come to us because they’re worried about their drinking and the effects on their health and relationships. Or they’re concerned about someone they know.
Want to have a chat about your drinking? Our friendly and supportive teams are here to help.
We can give you free and confidential advice and help you make a plan to cut down on how much you’re drinking or completely stop.
We understand that there are lots of reasons why people use prescribed (over-the-counter) and non-prescribed drugs.
Every year, thousands of people come to us because they don’t feel in control of their drug use and are worried about the impact it’s having on their life. Or they’re concerned about someone they know.
Want to have a chat about your drug use? Our friendly and supportive teams are here to help.
We can give you free and confidential advice and help you make a plan to cut down on how much you’re using or completely stop.
- Young people
We know that there are lots of things in everyday life that are difficult and stressful for young people.
Every year, we support many young people (and their families) who have questions or worries around their drinking, drug use, emotional wellbeing and sexual health.
Want to have a chat? Our friendly and supportive teams are here to help.
You can have private and confidential sessions with a personal support worker at a time and location that works for you, such as your school, college, youth club or a safe space in your local community.
- Detox and rehab
For some people who are dependent on alcohol or drugs, stopping suddenly can be quite uncomfortable and, in some cases, dangerous. It can also be really hard for some people once they’ve stopped from having future relapses.
When people need additional and specialist treatment and care, residential detox and rehab may be the best thing for them.
Want to have a chat to see if detox and rehab might be for you or someone you know?
Talk to your support worker at your drug and alcohol service.
You can also contact our expert team to find out more about us and how we can support people towards happy, healthy and fulfilling lives.
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