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RISE (Recovery and Integration Service) is a Devon-wide adult substance misuse service, working with people with alcohol and drug problems. The service takes an abstinence-based recovery-focused approach which means that it looks at the person (and their family’s) needs as a whole and supports them by linking with other agencies as needed.

The RISE service focuses on harm reduction, particularly in the early stages of treatment for people with high-risk lifestyles. Part of this includes offering advice and information and work is under way to improve the provision of needle exchange facilities.

Contact details:

RISE Exeter
1st Floor Brittany House
New North Road

Tel: 0300 303 3384

Y-SMART Drug and Alcohol Services

Commissioned by Devon County Council with funding from the Home Office, Department of Health, Youth Justice Board and DCC: Y-SMART is the Drug and Alcohol Service for under-18s, throughout Devon (excluding Plymouth and Torbay).

Their aim to provide high quality, accessible, targeted prevention and treatment services specifically for young people across the county. The service is confidential, promotes physical and mental well-being and reduces harm that can be associated with drug and alcohol use for young people and their families.

Contact details:

Barbican House
5 Barbican Close
EX32 9HE

Tel: 01271 388162

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