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Via – Kingston Wellbeing Service

Worried about your own or someone else’s alcohol or drug use?
We offer free and confidential advice, care and support for people in Kingston aged 18+.

You can visit our site in Surbiton or contact us by phone or email.

You can also fill in our online form and once we’ve received it, we’ll get in touch with you.

Register online

Any professional like a housing support worker, social worker, GP or nurse can also make a referral for you.

Your first visit

Coming into our service for the first time might feel a bit daunting, but our friendly team will do their best to help you feel comfortable.

You’ll meet with one of our support workers, talk about your concerns and make a plan together.

This care plan will help you cut down or stop your drinking or drug use.

It’ll also help to make sure that you’re getting the right support at the right time for you.

We also offer help for the family, friends and carers of the people who use our services.

How we help

At our service, you can get the following help:

  • Advice about your health and wellbeing
  • Regular private sessions with your personal keyworker
  • A range of different support groups
  • Looking ahead to what might be next for you: such as motivational programmes, education, training and employment support, peer mentoring and volunteering

Evening appointments, online groups, and telephone or video sessions are also available to fit around your other commitments so talk to us about what works for you.

Contact us

Phone: 0300 303 4614

Find your way

Surbiton Health Centre,
Ewell Road,
Surbiton, KT6 6EZ
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Opening times:
Monday 09:00-17:00
Tuesday 09:00-17:00
Wednesday 09:00-17:00
Thursday 09:00-17:00
Friday 09:00-17:00

Information for professionals

Professionals can refer someone they are working with to us by using one of the forms below:

Online Professional Referral FormProfessional Referral Form

Get in touch

Phone: 0300 303 4614

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