Addiction services

Addiction services provide a range of services to people with addictions that aim to prevent and treat substance misuse and improve community safety.

Most of the treatments available are based within the local community. This means that our services support people within their own environment. This helps people cope more effectively in everyday life so that they are more able to reduce their dependency on drugs or alcohol and associated problems.


Our Trust is one of four partners jointly responsible for the delivery of drug and alcohol services for Solihull residents through Solihull Integrated Addiction Service (SIAS). Our partners in Solihull are Aquarius, Welcome and Changes UK. For more information about addictions services in Solihull and how to access them, visit the SIAS website.


We are partners alongside Nacro and Aquarius in Recovery Near You, which provides drug and alcohol services to the people of Wolverhampton. For more information about addictions services in Wolverhampton and how to access them, visit the Recovery Near You website.

Dual diagnosis / COMPASS programme

The Trust’s dual diagnosis service is known as the COMPASS programme. The service operates across Birmingham and Solihull. For more information


Change Grow Live is a free and confidential drug and alcohol service for adults and affected others in Birmingham. We offer treatment and recovery services to support anyone experiencing difficulties with drugs and/or alcohol in a range of local community settings. Our hubs and recovery teams are based across the city and include doctors, recovery coordinators, nurses, recovery champions, service user representatives and volunteers. We tailor your recovery to suit your needs and have the opportunity to include detox, rehab, and group session options via our Throughcare scheme. We can also support you in your local GP surgery through our Shared Care scheme.

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