We’re sorry, we are currently unable to offer an online support email service.
- If you are seeking harm reduction information, please visit our chemsex support help & advice page
- Online interactive chemsex support is available on our website; it includes an invitation to choose and work toward a goal, and the tools/skills to help you achieve that goal. Click here.
- If compulsive app use is part of the problem, feels beyond your control, or if you need some support in limiting the time you spend on Apps, check out our help & advice article on mindful use of sex apps.
- Clean/unused needles can be obtained for free at most Boots pharmacies, and Watsons pharmacy at the Soho medical centre; they can also be purchased and delivered relatively cheaply online.
If you would like more help please contact any of the services below:
LGBT drug & alcohol service at London Friend
020 7833 1674
Terrence Higgins Trust chemsex support
CMA (Crystal Meth Anonymous) meetings
Soho Recovery Centre meeting timetable
Smart Recovery London meetings
Here is a list of other drug/alcohol/chemsex support services around London, updated by MENrUS charity
- Call Samaritans on 24 hour freephone 116 123 – they’re always open and are there to listen. The Central London Samaritans welcome walk-ins (46 Marshall Street London W1F 9BF) are; 9:00am – 9:00pm every day – no appointment necessary. (Call first to check their COVID-19 infection prevention measures; 0330 094 5717)
- If you don’t feel you can keep yourself safe right now, seek immediate help:
- Go to any Accident & Emergency (A&E) department.
- Call 999 and ask for an ambulance to take you to A&E.
- Ask someone else to call 999 for you or take you to A&E.
- Call the London Met police; dial 101