CNWL Club Drug Clinic services
From detox programmes to specialist health checks and screenings, we offer non-judgemental support and advice to help you deal with the problems associated with club drugs, and reduce the risks and harm caused to your body, mind and the people around you.
The CNWL Club Drug Clinic has expert knowledge of all types of club drugs including GHB/GBL, methamphetamine, ketamine, mephedrone, cocaine, MDMA and the variety of legal highs and research chemicals.
So whatever your drug of choice, the CNWL Club Drug Clinic can help you reduce the risks of drug-taking, detox fully if needed, and achieve freedom from your dependence on club drugs. We also work to reduce the harm caused to your mind, body and the people around you.
Our recently-launched Addiction to Online Medicine Service offers a free and confidential service for people who are experiencing problems with medication or illicit drugs bought on the internet. Read more about our Addiction to Online Medicine Service.
The CNWL Club Drug Clinic has extensive experience in working with LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender) communities, and has genuine cultural competence in dealing with the drug addiction issues that occur within these communities, including sexual health and use of certain club drugs (e.g. GBL/GBH, crystal meth and mephedrone).
The BBC 1 Inside Out programme visited the CNWL Club Drug Clinic at our base in London to find out more about legal highs for a special investigation. Watch the programme below or read more about the CNWL Club Drug Clinic in the media.
The clinic can offer you:
- Practical information and advice (no lecturing)
- Health checks
- Experienced and qualified people to talk to
- Detox from drugs such as GBL
- Referral to specialist medical treatment
- LGBT community
- Support after treatment
- Family and friends
The team is based at
Monday: 9am to 5pm
Tuesday: 9am to 7pm
Wednesday: 9am to 5pm
Thursday: Closed all day
Friday: 9am to 5pm
Supporting other services
If you live out of the boroughs we work in, we can help you to find a nearer service and support them in working with you. Give us a call on 020 3315 6111 to discuss the options available.