10th April 2020 | Covid-19

Huge demand for Telephone Counselling Service

SDAC (Surrey Drug and Alcohol Care) is responding to extra demand for its Helpline and Telephone Counselling Service (TCS). Many other services that offer group therapy have closed, leaving recovering alcoholics and drug addicts worried about the effects of the virus and at high risk of relapse. What’s more, SDAC is accepting additional clients with mild to moderate mental health issues (unrelated to addiction) who are struggling to cope with the current situation. SDAC is reaching out through social media and word of mouth to encourage anyone feeling isolated or fearful to call its 24 hour freephone Helpline for support: 0808 802 5000. Or find them at https://sdac-helpline.co.uk , on Facebook (Surrey Drug & Alcohol Care) or twitter (@SDAChealthymind). 


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