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The Alcohol & Drug Service have been delivering effective drug and alcohol service for over 35 years. If you someone know a struggling with substance misuse, We can help. We support people to make positive change.

Drugs & alcohol

For many people with a problem with drug or alcohol use, it can feel very isolated and lonely. It can feel like no one understands, or even that you are somehow different or worth less than other people. You are not.

Business & training

Drug and alcohol use is a growing concern for all employers large or small and their employees. If not managed well, organisations stand to lose a wealth of experience and an employee stands to lose their career.

Work & volunteer with us

This is the most exciting time in the field for a generation and there are now more opportunities than ever. So if you want to make a real difference in the lives of real people, now is a great time to work or volunteer with us.


Success story

I started taking steroids when I was age 17 - 25 Years old

I started taking steroids when I was age 17.

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I was going to buy heroin after work, still wearing my suit - 47 Years old

I was going to buy heroin after work in my suit

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Early Intervention Programme Saves a Life and Business - 57 Years old

“I wouldn’t be here talking to you if it wasn’t for Aspire.”

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over 10 locations nationwide across Yorkshire and the north - we are here to help you

Thousands of people from every walk of life struggle with alcohol or drug misuse in our region. The social, health, employment and economic costs of these addictions are high – not just for the individuals, but also their families, communities and the NHS. Breaking the cycle can seem almost impossible. But we know how to help. This is why The Alcohol & Drug Service is here.

For over 35 years, we have delivered effective interventions in towns and cities. We’ve helped thousands of local people on the road to recovery, across Humberside, Lincolnshire and Yorkshire, as we help the national strategy on a local basis. We ensure that the organisation is run well and we are a part of the Investors in People scheme, a quality framework which is independently audited.


The Recovery Games event is all about having fun and breaking down stigma, barriers.


Appearance fixation creating increase in the use of Image and Performance Enhancing Drugs (IPEDs)


The Juice Bar offers free and confidential advice on IPEDs.

Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Training for Authorities and Businesses


Jo Kent, a renowned leader in suicide prevention, has partnered with Generis to

Frank conversations about drugs can save lives during festival season


Cautionary advice from our CEO, Tim Young as we enter the summer festival season

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