Get help if you’re struggling with drugs or alcohol
Is it an emergency? If someone’s overdosed or is in immediate danger, call 999 or take them to your nearest accident and emergency service right away.
Adults in Bexley can get help from the Pier Road Project
We’re here for you if you’re struggling with drugs and/or alcohol, or if you’re a carer, relative or friend of someone who is. You have to be 18 or older and a permanent resident here. Pier Road Project website.
Get in touch
Call us on 01322 357940. We’re open from 9.30am to 7.30pm Monday to Wednesday, and from 9.30am to 5pm on Thursdays and Fridays.
If you’d rather not call yourself, your GP, probation officer, housing officer, key worker or social worker can refer you.
Or you can drop in to see us without an appointment at the following times:
- Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 9am to 12 noon
- Tuesday 2pm to 4pm
You’ll find us at Erith Health Centre, 50 Pier Road, Erith DA8 1RQ.
What we can do for you
When you get in touch, we’ll ask for some basic information about your situation. Then we’ll ask you to come in and talk to a key worker who can find out what you need and plan how to help you.
That might include:
- inviting you to on-site recovery groups for alcohol, cannabis, cocaine, crack, heroin or other substances (like spice, mephedrone or GBL)
- giving you support for addiction to prescribed or over the counter medications
- helping you access detox programmes (like coming off heroin using methadone)
- offering health interventions
- giving you housing advice and support for education, training and work
- supporting your family and friends