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Support for adults

For anyone over 18 who lives in North Lincolnshire and is worried about alcohol or drug use.

Whether you need advice for yourself, or to support a loved one, we work with you to make sure the right support is available, when you need it. All our services are free. We'll never judge, and we're here to listen.

  • 1:1 support
  • Support groups
  • Support for family and friends
  • Clinical support and medication
  • Naloxone supply and training
  • Blood borne virus testing
Call us on 01724 857633

Support that's right for you

When it comes to recovery, we know that everyone’s goals are different, whether that’s making small changes, stopping completely, or finding new ways to stay safe and healthy.


Our services are free


We'll never judge


We're here to listen

How we can help

Whatever it is that you want to achieve, we’ll support you to get there - and we’ll be WithYou every step of the way.

We offer one-to-one drug and alcohol support, where you meet with a Recovery Worker regularly to work through things you're struggling with. 

This could range from a single session to a more structured, longer-term series of meetings, depending on your needs.

We'll be as flexible as possible with where and when these sessions take place, to fit around your commitments. 

We understand that substance use can impact all areas of your life so we take a holistic approach. We'll also look at any potential contributing factors such as housing, finances, relationships and employment. This wrap around approach helps you to better understand your drug use, allowing you to take greater control.

Our support groups are a place for people who are experiencing issues with drugs and alcohol to come together and help each other. They're sometimes known as Mutual Aid Partnership, or MAP, groups.

Groups and meetings are a great way to make positive steps in recovery. Change is easier if you have other people to support you.

The groups are free and confidential. You can join for as little or as long as you want. Rather than focussing on how you’re feeling, our support groups are about helping each other find practical ways to deal with life’s challenges. 

The meetings are run by WithYou staff or by experienced volunteers who may have had issues with alcohol or drugs themselves in the past, and understand the challenges.

In some cases, you might need medication to help you manage withdrawal symptoms or to prevent relapse. This clinical support is delivered alongside other structured one-to-one sessions, as part of your wider recovery plan. 

To access this treatment, your recovery worker will arrange an assessment with specially trained clinicians, such as doctors and nurses, who can give you a prescription for the medication you need. 

The assessment will look at your substance use and wider health needs, so that we can offer you the right treatment. You will meet with the clinical team regularly to make sure the medication is working well and to make any adjustments.

As a family member or friend of someone using drugs and alcohol, you may not know where to turn. Please be reassured, there’s support available to help you navigate this challenging situation.

We run a group once a month and work closely with the local carers service and social care to provide support for families. Please get in touch with us to find out more on 01724 857633.

For anyone who injects drugs, we provide new, sterile injecting equipment to help keep you safe. 

You don't need an appointment. You can just walk in and get what you need.

Alongside providing you with new equipment, our staff will be able to talk you through the different equipment options available to you and give you a demonstration on safer injecting techniques.

They are also happy to answer any questions you may have and discuss ways to help you stay safe.

Our services provide Naloxone. 

The Naloxone injection (Prenoxad) or nasal spray (Nyxoid) are life saving substances that can prevent overdose. They work by reversing the effects of opioid drugs such as heroin, morphine and methadone. 

We provide people who use substances with Naloxone and training on how to respond to an overdose situation. We also make Naloxone available to family members and friends. 

Blood borne viruses (BBVs) are viruses that spread through blood, and in some cases, bodily fluids. 

If you attend one of our drug or alcohol services, you will be offered a free BBV test. You can also ask for a test when you register with a service.

Specialist support

Our Armed Forces Community programme provides specialist support for military veterans and their families in North Lincolnshire who have challenges with drug or alcohol use and mental health, helping people to lead fulfilling lives not hindered by dependence.

We do this by acknowledging the specific experiences of people in the armed forces community, capitalising on the strengths of military identity and using this to enhance recovery.

Our staff are trained and guided to offer the best possible support for members of the armed forces community.

For more information, call 01724 857633 or email karen.gray1@wearewithyou.org.uk 

Find out more about WithYou’s drug and alcohol support for the Armed Forces Community

We run a confidential programme to help people who’ve experienced challenges with drugs and alcohol to find work. This is called Individual Placement and Support Service (IPS).

Developing new skills and growing confidence is a great way to positively build a brighter future. Our clients tell us that finding and securing employment has greatly aided their recovery, providing routine e and increasing independence. 

If you want to learn more about how our IPS service could support you, please get in touch. 

Learn more about WithYou's IPS service

We have specialist workers who offer group work and one-to-one sessions, ensuring smooth transition from prison. We liaise with other agencies, make contact with clients whilst in prison, work with people on court orders and offer advice and information.

If it wasn’t for WithYou, I wouldn’t be here now. They are an amazing team. Louise, WithYou client

Who our services are for

Our adult drug and alcohol support service is for you if you're:

  • Aged 18 and over
  • Living in North Lincolnshire
  • Experiencing challenges with drugs or alcohol, or you’re worried about someone you know
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What to expect from our services

You’ll find a warm, welcoming space where you can access free, non-judgmental support and advice from the WithYou team.

We want you to feel safe and comfortable when seeking support, and your privacy is really important to us. Everything you tell us, whether in person or online, is confidential. The only time this might change is if we have serious concerns about your own or someone else’s safety.


How to access our services

To access our drug and alcohol services for adults, contact us directly using the number provided below. 

Appointments can be carried out at our office, online, or we may meet you in our local community.  

If you have a disability, are neurodiverse, or English is not your first language, please let us know when you get in touch. We make our services as accessible as we can, and we'll work out the best way to support you.

Looking for Young Persons Services?

If you are a young person, DELTA provides outreach services for children and young people aged up to 19 affected by their own or their parent’s drug or alcohol use. It offers telephone support, home visits and individual counselling as well as advice and information on alcohol and related issues. You can reach them by calling 01724 298 528.